Pro-Palestinian protests took place lately across the United States of America and Europe in condemnation of the Israeli crimes against Palestinians in Occupied Palestine, the last of which was the Israeli military attack on Palestinian camp of Jenin that left 12 Palestinian citizens killed and 100 injured with vast destruction in Palestinian homes and property.
The demonstrations have been held in Rome, Madrid, and Washington, raising Palestine flags and banners calling for ending and resisting the Israeli occupation.
The demonstrators demanded that the “Israeli” occupation be held accountable for its crimes against the Palestinian people.
Other marches took place in the American states of New York, Paterson, and Illinois, denouncing the Israeli aggression against the Palestinian people, and rejecting the occupation’s crimes against the city and camp of Jenin in the northern occupied West Bank.
Participants in the marches organized in front of the United Nations headquarters in New York City, Patterson, New Jersey, and Chicago, Illinois, demanded the US administration and decision-making institutions in Washington to urgently intervene to stop Israeli attacks and hold the occupation accountable for its crimes against the Palestinian people.
They also demanded to stop Israeli settlers’ terrorism against innocent Palestinian citizens.
On July 3, the Israeli occupation launched a military operation on Jenin City and Camp, as over 1200 Israeli soldiers participated in it, killing at least 12 Palestinians, including five children, and injuring over 100 others, including 20 critical injuries.
The attacks forced thousands of Palestinians to flee their damaged infrastructure, houses, and apartment buildings.
More than 4,000 Palestinian citizens reportedly fled the Jenin Refugee Camp overnight on Monday and Tuesday after the deadly Israeli air strikes on the camp.