Today, Friday, demonstrations took place in several Arab capitals in solidarity with the Gaza Strip and in rejection of Israeli aggression on the Strip.
In Sanaa, thousands of people gathered in Al-Sabayin Square, demanding an end to the aggression against the Gaza Strip and calling for support for the Palestinians' steadfastness.
Participants in the demonstration after Friday prayers chanted slogans in solidarity with the people of Gaza and demanded an end to the siege imposed on the Gaza Strip and an end to the massacres carried out by Israeli occupation forces.
In Saada Governorate in northern Yemen, a march took place in which participants declared their continued commitment to support Gaza and liberate Palestine.
Protesters chanted slogans praising the military operations of the Ansar Allah group “Houthis” against Israeli shipping in the Arabian and Red Seas, while affirming their readiness to fight what they called “the holy battle in support of Al-Aqsa and Palestine”. . He condemned the American-British aggression against Yemen and the position of many Western countries to stop funding for the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA).
Protesters in the Yemeni city of Taiz condemned the ongoing genocide against Palestinians under the Israeli occupation.
Yemenis also participated in a protest in Freedom Square in Taiz, demanding the entry of humanitarian aid into Gaza, and holding Israeli occupation leaders accountable for their crimes against Palestinians, as they said.
A demonstration was seen in the Iraqi capital Baghdad in support of the Palestinian people in the Gaza Strip and to condemn Israeli aggression against the strip.
The participants in the demonstration demanded a halt to the Israeli aggression and continued bombing of Gaza.
Protesters also called for a break in the siege of the Gaza Strip, immediate delivery of aid and humanitarian assistance, and protection of civilians. Protesters also chanted slogans in support of Palestinian resistance and Palestinian determination.
In Jordan, protesters marched in the center of the capital Amman to reaffirm their rejection of ending the work of UNRWA.
Popular and party activities called for the demonstration, and it came under the headline, “Weakening UNRWA will not work, will not end hunger, will not end displacement and will not end the right of return.”
Protesters also saluted the perseverance of the people of the Gaza Strip and Palestinian resistance. He also called on Arab and Islamic countries to support the right of Palestinian refugees to return to their homeland.
The participants chanted: Palestine, Palestine.. Your people are free and not weak, and Arab is Arab.. Palestine is Arab, and revenge is revenge.. O Saraya and O Kassam, and we are a strong people.. We die. And long live Palestine, and others.