World marches in commemoration of Al-Quds Day
People took to the streets all over the world in commemoration of Al-Quds Day, chanting in support of the Palestinian cause and people, and calling for the liberation of the occupied country.
People around the world have taken to the streets to march in solidarity with occupied Palestine and to voice their support for the Palestinian cause on International Al-Quds Day.
A march took off from Al-Hamidiyah market toward the Umayyad Mosque in the Syrian capital, Damascus, on the occasion of Al-Quds Day and in support of the Palestinian people and their steadfastness in the face of the Israeli aggressions.
The participants in the march organized by the Permanent Committee to Commemorate Al-Quds Day raised the national flags of the countries of the Axis of Resistance and banners showing solidarity with Palestine and chanting against the Israeli occupation and in support of the liberation of the occupied territories.
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People in Bahrain took to the streets in the Bahraini capital, Manama, to voice solidarity with Al-Aqsa Mosque, occupied Al-Quds, and occupied Palestine in commemoration of Al-Quds Day.
Hundreds of Bahrainis participated in popular marches to celebrate the pro-Palestine day. They chanted in support of occupied Palestine and rejected Al Khalifa's normalization with the Israeli occupation.
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The protesters stressed that they would not give up on the Resistance or the Palestinian cause, underlining that the people of Bahrain and "each spec of dirty from our country rejects normalization and treason, and we and the Palestinians are one people that share enmity for Israel."
Pakistani Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif voiced support for the establishment of an independent Palestinian state.
The country saw massive demonstrations on the occasion of Al-Quds Day, and many political and religious Pakistani parties joined the marches to showcase their support for the Palestinian cause.
Mass rallies took place in Iraq, and the Iraqi people voiced their support for the Palestinian cause and raised banners to show support for the Palestinian people.
People spoke out against the Israeli occupation and voiced their rejection of Israeli criminality against the Palestinian people. They also underscored that the Iraqi people stood by the Palestinian people in their resistance against the Israeli occupation.
The Yemeni capital, Sanaa, and several other Yemeni governorates witnessed massive rallies on the occasion of International Al-Quds Day.
The demonstrators gathered in a spacious square north of Sanaa, in conjunction with similar protests in 60 squares in 13 other governorates.
Iranians from all over the country flocked to the streets on Friday morning to commemorate the annual International Al-Quds Day.
Pro-Palestinian marches were organized in Tehran and 900 other cities and villages around the country.