Saturday, 27 December 2008

Huge Protests Rally against Israeli Attacks on Gaza

Huge demonstrations have been organized in many countries protesting the Israeli savage aggression on Gaza strip on Saturday. Lebanon, Iran, Jordan and Ramallah have been protesting to show support or the people of Gaza condemning Israel for this inhumane operation.

In Lebanon, Hezbollah called for a huge protest outside Sayed Al-Shuhada'a complex in the Southern Suburb (Dahyeh) of Beirut at 3:30 (Beirut timing). Demonstrations also have been held at Ain el-Helwe refugee camp in Saida.
Dozens of youths hit the streets to express solidarity with the Palestinians and set fire to tires.

Hundreds of protesters in the Jordanian capital of Amman demonstrated in front of the nearby U.N. headquarters, waving Hamas banners and condemning Israel's strikes.

In Syria's al-Yarmouk camp, outside Damascus, dozens of Palestinians also protested the attack as well, vowing to continue fighting Israel. "It's a Zionist holocaust, but it won't dissuade us from going on with our struggle to achieve our goals," said Ali Barakah, 42, one of the protesters.

Israel carried out a massive air strike across the Gaza Strip killing more than 155 Palestinians and injuring 200.

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