Protest In Toulouse

A protester is reacting while holding a placard reading '76 years of Nakba and resistance'. Nakba stands for 'catastrophe'. Hundreds of people are demonstrating in Toulouse, France, on May 18, 2024, in support of Gazans, the Gaza Strip, and more generally for Palestine. Since the Hamas attack on Israel on Oct. 7th, the Gaza Strip has been put by Israel under a complete blockade: no water, no food, no electricity, no fuel, no medicines, and sometimes no communications with the outside world. South Africa is pleading in the International Justice Court against Israel for not preventing a genocide in Gaza. More than 80 countries are siding with South Africa in its case. The U.N. is estimating that up to 2 million people in the Gaza Strip--or more than 85% of the population--have been forced to flee Israel's devastating bombing campaign. Even after Israel is striking hospitals, UN shelters, UN schools, ambulances, press buildings, the global North is supporting Israel while the global South is wanting an enduring ceasefire as soon as possible. Only one hospital in the Gaza Strip is still partly functional. U.N. experts are calling for a humanitarian ceasefire in Gaza for months, saying Palestinians are at 'grave risk of genocide'. Despite its order for civilians to leave areas of Gaza, Israel's military is continuing to bomb the south of the Strip as well. To date, 1,147 Israelis have been killed and more than 35,272 Palestinians (more than 10,000 children killed) have been killed. Hundreds of thousands of people are protesting and have protested across the world against this cruel and barbaric war. (Photo by Alain Pitton/NurPhoto via Getty Images)
A protester is reacting while holding a placard reading '76 years of Nakba and resistance'. Nakba stands for 'catastrophe'. Hundreds of people are demonstrating in Toulouse, France, on May 18, 2024, in support of Gazans, the Gaza Strip, and more generally for Palestine. Since the Hamas attack on Israel on Oct. 7th, the Gaza Strip has been put by Israel under a complete blockade: no water, no food, no electricity, no fuel, no medicines, and sometimes no communications with the outside world. South Africa is pleading in the International Justice Court against Israel for not preventing a genocide in Gaza. More than 80 countries are siding with South Africa in its case. The U.N. is estimating that up to 2 million people in the Gaza Strip--or more than 85% of the population--have been forced to flee Israel's devastating bombing campaign. Even after Israel is striking hospitals, UN shelters, UN schools, ambulances, press buildings, the global North is supporting Israel while the global South is wanting an enduring ceasefire as soon as possible. Only one hospital in the Gaza Strip is still partly functional. U.N. experts are calling for a humanitarian ceasefire in Gaza for months, saying Palestinians are at 'grave risk of genocide'. Despite its order for civilians to leave areas of Gaza, Israel's military is continuing to bomb the south of the Strip as well. To date, 1,147 Israelis have been killed and more than 35,272 Palestinians (more than 10,000 children killed) have been killed. Hundreds of thousands of people are protesting and have protested across the world against this cruel and barbaric war. (Photo by Alain Pitton/NurPhoto via Getty Images)
Protest In Toulouse
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