1000’s of individuals have attended a rally in London in solidarity with Palestinians and Al Jazeera journalist Shireen Abu Akleh, who was killed by Israeli forces on Wednesday.
The march comes a day earlier than the commemoration of the Nakba (the Day of Disaster), the ethnic cleaning of Palestinian cities and cities by Zionist paramilitaries in 1948.
Greater than 700,000 Palestinians had been forcibly expelled or fled from their homeland in 1948, within the 12 months of multinational of the state of Israel.
Abu Akleh, 51, who labored for Al Jazeera’s Arabic tv channel, was hit by an Israeli bullet, in line with witnesses, as she coated an Israeli army raid within the occupied West Financial institution metropolis of Jenin.
Her killing has sparked worldwide condemnation.
Individuals who joined the rally mirrored the shock and anger over the killing of the veteran journalist.
“I’d estimate the gang at a number of thousand, in all probability in extra of 10,000 in the intervening time, it’s troublesome to evaluate, I can’t truly see the top of the march right here,” Al Jazeera’s Paul Brennan, reporting from London, mentioned.