Thousands of Palestinians participated in massive protests held in different parts of historic Palestine, denouncing the ongoing Israel aggression on Gaza, and the brutal murder of Mohammad Abu Khdeir, who was kidnapped, tortured and burnt to death by Israeli extremists, in Jerusalem.
The protesters chanted against the escalating war crimes against the Palestinian people, while more protests will be held in different parts of the country, the Arabs48 news website has reported.
On Friday evening, hundreds marched in Majd al-Kroum in the Upper Galilee, while hundreds also marched in the al-Fredees village, Jisr az-Zarqa coastal town, chanting against the escalating Israeli crimes and violations carried out by Israeli soldiers and fanatic settlers against the Palestinian people.
The protesters carried Palestinian flags and posters calling for ending this bloody Israeli aggression against the Palestinian people, an end to racism, and calling on the Israeli government to put an end to those crimes.
They expressed solidarity with the family of Abu Khdeir, and to their Palestinian people living under constant Israeli aggression in the West Bank, the Gaza Strip and occupied Jerusalem.
Hundreds also marched in Sakhnin in a protest organized the Communist Party and the Democratic Front for Peace and Equality, calling “for an end to racism and fascism”, and denouncing the brutal torture and murder of Abu Khdeir.
A similar protest was also held in Majd al-Kroum, denouncing the torture and execution of Abu Khdeir.
Several Arab Members of Knesset, political leaders and public figures participated in the protests.