In Pakistan… marches to demand an end to the war on the Gaza Strip (video)

On Saturday evening, the Pakistani capital, Karachi, witnessed marches in support of Palestine, during which participants demanded an end to the 175-day Israeli war on the Gaza Strip.

Thousands of people went out in marches through the streets of Karachi, carrying Palestinian flags and banners with words of support for the Gaza Strip written on them and demanding an end to the war.

In the same context, most capitals and cities of the world witness weekly demonstrations in support of the Palestinians and demanding an immediate end to the Israeli war on the Gaza Strip, and the delivery of humanitarian aid to civilians who are dying of hunger in the Strip.

Since last October 7, the Gaza Strip has witnessed a violent Israeli war, which has claimed the lives of more than 32,000 citizens, and according to estimates, 70% of them were children and women, and more than 75,000 other citizens were injured.

Last Thursday, Palestinian medical sources announced the death of a new child due to famine and the lack of treatment, bringing the number of victims of malnutrition in the Gaza Strip to 30 dead.

On the other hand, the International Court of Justice ordered Israel to “ensure the provision of urgent humanitarian assistance” to the Gaza Strip without delay, stressing that “famine has occurred.” (RT)

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