The Dutch capital Amsterdam and the cities of The Hague and Maastricht witnessed demonstrations to condemn the Israeli occupation forces storming the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque.
Several protesters gathered near the Dutch Parliament building in The Hague and marched to Quickamp Square.
The demonstrators chanted slogans calling for freedom for Palestine, an end to the aggression and crimes, and a withdrawal of “Israel” from the occupied Palestinian territories.
They held anti-Zionist banners calling for a boycott of “Israel”, and others criticizing double standards in dealing with Ukraine and Palestine.
At Friday dawn, occupying police stormed Al-Aqsa Mosque and fired rubber bullets at worshippers and retreats, injuring 27 of them, two seriously.
For the past few days, the city of Jerusalem and Al-Aqsa Square have been strained by the incursions of occupation and settlers into the mosque, which coincided with the Jewish festival of Passover, which ended on Thursday, after lasting for a week.