Thousands visit Palestinian independence in London in the midst of the G7 | Gaza News
Thousands of protesters marched on London in Palestine, calling for leaders of the Seven Seasons (G7) at the moment. meeting southwestern England to support Palestinian independence.
As part of the “Resist G7: Day of Action for International Justice” rally, protesters on Saturday marched on Prime Minister Borris Johnson’s headquarters in Downing Street, chanting and carrying placards protesting Israeli views in the Palestinian territories.
Opposition groups called for an end to the so-called Israeli war crimes against Palestinians and the United Kingdom and other G7 governments.
Former Labor leader Jeremy Corbyn took them on a tour and spoke at the panel.
“At the Justice For Palestine protest today in London, I also called for a halt to the sale of arms,” Corbyn wrote on Twitter.
“Weapons made in the UK are killing civilians – including children – in foreign wars. This must stop,” he said.
At a Justice For Palestine protest today in London, I also asked to stop selling arms. Weapons manufactured in the UK are killing civilians – including children – in foreign conflicts. This should stop. pic.twitter.com/Sf2tEGjtkX
– Jeremy Corbyn (@jeremycorbyn) June 12, 2021
The conference came as an unofficial seven-nation financial club – Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom and the United States – met in Cornwall face to face for the first time in two years to address global health and climate change issues.
Paul Brennan of Al Jazeera, a showrunner from London, said what the protests were doing “is changing” and changing “since the continuous announcement between Israel and Hamas, the group that controls the Gaza Strip.
Israel 11-day explosion in Gaza killed 253 Palestinians, including at least 66 children, leaving many homes, buildings and structures destroyed in the siege.
“What they have been saying is mainly the BDS trying to force Israel to do better for the Palestinian people,” Brennan said, referring to the Palestinian-led Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS).
“The call from the protesters here to the G7 leaders is to take care of this and take this issue seriously,” he said.
Opponents want to continue to force action to be “necessary and inevitable”, he added.
During the visit, Raghad al-Takriti, President of the Muslim Association of Britain, said the message to G7 leaders was “clear”.
“It is important to follow international law. I am following international law, “al-Takriti told Al Jazeera.
“The time has come for these leaders to speak out against coercion, to end the siege of Gaza … and to stop their alliance, they are fighting a war with Israel,” he said.
Among the groups that took part were the Friends of Al-Aqsa and the Palestine Solidarity Campaign (PSC), which said about 8,000 people had come from Downing Street seeking justice for Palestine.
In a statement, the PSC said: “All governments have a responsibility to end their alliance and to help end apartheid. Instead of supporting and promoting Israeli racism against the Palestinian people, the G7 should end all military alliances with Israel, and apply sanctions. is governed until Israel complies with international law. ”
The demonstration was the latest in a series of Palestinian tribal rallies in London since the escalation of tensions in East Jerusalem over Israeli pressure to relocate Palestinian families from Sheikh Jarrah, threats to the Al-Aqsa mosque, and Israeli troops invading Gaza.
In recent weeks, hundreds of Palestinians have been arrested in Israel and occupied Palestinian territories for opposing Israeli ideology. Many people have been injured in clashes with armed police in Israel.
At least four Palestinians – including a child – shot and killed since Thursday in the West Bank alone.