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New actions of solidarity with Palestinian people and National Resistance Front

By Harsh Thakor*
The State of Israel continues to perpetrate its genocide against the Palestinian people, with the latest death toll in Gaza escalating to about 32,000 people, in addition to more than 72,043 injured and more that 8,000 missing. In the West Bank at least 421 people have been killed, and more than 4,600 have been injured. 360,000 residential units, more than half of the homes in Gaza, have been razed to the floor. 132 water wells are damaged or destroyed and only 11 out of 35 hospitals are only partially functioning.
The State of Israel and imperialism continue to exaggerate claims of sexual violence being committed by fighters of the National Resistance. Israel denies investigations of the many accusations of sexual violence committed by themselves.
The State of Israel continues its spree of exchanging fire with Hezbollah along the Israel-Lebanon border. Hezbollah toppled a mechanized Israeli military force at the Birkat Risha outpost in northern Israel with a missile strike today at 12:05.
There have been new actions of solidarity with the Palestinian people and the National Resistance Front of Palestine.
In the Red Sea, a British cargo ship sank after being hit by Ansar Allah (the ‘Houthies’). Ansar Allah, who governs the capital of Yemen as well as most of its populated territory, have targeted ships linked to Israel as well as Yankee and British imperialism, in support of the Palestinian people who are facing genocide. The campaign has forced many ships to adopt the much longer route around Africa.
In Brazil the Revolutionary Front for the Defense of the Rights of the People (FRDDP – Brasil) consolidated its powerful campaign under the slogan “Palestine Resists, Palestine will Triumph”.
On the 29th of February in the Federal State of Minas Gerais, Brazil, hundreds of people protested in front of the headquarters of the Brazilian press monopoly Rede Globo, denouncing its pro-Zionist coverage. The protest was called for by the Minas Gerais Committee for Solidarity with the Palestinian People. The protest also condemned 100 Palestinians who were executed while waiting for aid.
On the 2nd of March in the city of Fortaleza, Ceará, Brazil, the Ceará Front to Support the Palestinian Resistance undertook protests “in memory of the more than 112 murdered in the flour massacre, for the extinguishing of Zionism and the murderous State of Israel nd of the Palestinian National Resistance”. Part of the masses demonstrated support with slogans such as “Long live free Palestine”. Also here the press monopolies, who portrayed the massacre as “confusion”, were denounced.
On the 2nd of March in Denmark, many demonstrations took place across the country, under the main slogan “All of Denmark on the streets for Palestine”. In the demonstration in Aalborg, The Anti-Imperialist Collective made a speech condemning Israel’s genocide in Gaza, expressed its full and unconditional support to the Palestinian people nd condemned the attack on Yemen by Yankee and Danish imperialism.
In Toulouse, France, Palestine Support Committee 31, which the LJR participated in, undertook an action for the boycott of Carrefour, a French retail monopoly which has had branches in Israel since 2022.
On the 3rd of March pro-Palestine and revolutionary demonstrators protested against the inauguration of Finland’s new president Alexander Stubb. They condemned how the bourgeois media paid a deaf ear to the protest.
On 17th of March, another rally took place in Jordan to support the Palestinian Resistance.
In Morocco, in the middle of Ramadan the people go to the streets to demand the freedom of Palestine shouting “Viva Palestina”.
In the city of Guersif, in eastern Morocco, a massive demonstration took place.
In the city of Mohammedia a massive demonstration with thousands of people took the streets to support Palestine and its struggle.
In Oslo, Norway, hundreds of people gathered again to rally for Palestine and against the genocide carried out by the State of Israel.
In Ottawa, Canada, hundreds of people gathered to support Palestine on 16th of March.
In Copenhagen, Denmark, a big demonstration took place on 16th March. Hundreds of protesters flung to the streets to express their support with the Palestinian people’s struggle. Also, during the mobilizations, activists distributed leaflets.
In France, several actions and rallies have taken place:In Lyon, La Fosse Aux Lyons has put up posters in the public transports of the city to show the genocide in Palestine.
In Toulouse, the Ligue de la Jeunesse Réolutionnaire together with other pro-Palestinian committees addressed the resistance of the Palestinian women against the genocide in a demonstration
Also on 16 March, a demonstration that mobilised hundreds of people took place in Toulouse
In Paris la Ligue de la Jeunesse Révolutionnaire took place in a rally in front of the Justice Ministry to demand the liberation of George Abdallah and the victory of the Palestinian Resistance struggle.
In Geneva, Switzerland a massive demonstration assembled 2,500 people on Saturday 16th of March. During the demonstration motos as “Gaza, Geneva is with you” or “We are all the children of Gaza” were shouted.
In Shibuya City, Japan a demonstration took place.
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*Freelance journalist. Source: Red Herald

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