Again we report on continuing actions in solidarity with the struggle of the Palestinian people.
On the 27th of January, activists of Anti-Imperialist Action Ireland, Saoirse Don Phalastín and others formed a revolutionary bloc on a march for Palestine in Dublin, Ireland.
A large demonstration denouncing the genocide of the Palestinian people took place in Zürich, Switzerland on the 27th of January. In the demonstration, speeches demanding the end of the genocide and occupation of Palestine were made.
In Madrid, Spanish State, a massive demonstration was held on the 27th of January. Also activists of Servir al Pueblo joined the demonstration, carrying the Palestinian flag with the flag of the International Communist League and distributing flyers.
In Valencia, slogans were painted.
In Trondheim, Norway, posters have been put up.
In the Federal District of Brazil, activists of the Base Collective – Honestino Guimarães (CB-HG) and AND Support Committee – Brasília distributed 300 flyers on the 27th of January and 100 on the 31st of January, alongside a brigade selling the special edition of A Nova Democracia on the Palestinian National Resistance.
In addition, a manifesto of ”Carnival of Solidarity and Resistance” has been launched by activists in Minas Gerais, and signed by at least 23 carnival groups in the Belo Horizonte Carnival. The manifesto denounces that this is a genocide and not war, and it has been going on for the last 76 years, not just the last three months.
In London, at least 10,000 people marched on the 2nd of February to denounce the genocide carried out by Israel. The police was monitoring the march heavily for “offensive slogans, banners and placards” and using CCTV to identify people, informing the protest that face coverings are not allowed to hide one’s identity. It is estimated that 20,000 people were present at the demonstration’s end rally, listening to the speeches.
Thousands marched also in Edinburgh, Scotland, demanding that Israel stops the genocide and follows the ICJ court ruling it was given the last week, and denounced the complicity of the UK government in the genocide.