Thousands in the streets in various cities, in Pisa 'against bombs and truncheons'


Thousands in the streets in various cities, in Pisa 'against bombs and truncheons'

At least 5,000 people are marching in Pisa to ask for a 'ceasefire' in Palestine and to protest against police charges at the student march on 23 February where 17 people, mostly minors, were injured. Over their heads the boys display banners with the words “Pisa is not afraid” and “Pisa in the square against bombs and truncheons”; this last banner is signed by the coordination of Pisan middle school students.
During the demonstration, slogans were chanted against Israel, defined as a “fascist and terrorist state” . There are also representatives of the Democratic Party and other centre-left and left-wing parties in the procession. The president of the Province, Massimiliano Angori (Pd), also parades. The demonstration is taking place peacefully and there are also many flags of peace and Palestine.

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Palestinian children also took part in the Rome procession

A photo of Israeli President Benjamin Netanyahu and Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni shaking hands, daubed with red-painted handprints, signifying the “Palestinian blood” on their conscience. This is the billboard hoisted by the demonstrators who are gathering in Piazza Vittorio in Rome, for the pro-Palestine procession, which will arrive in Piazzale Tiburtino. “Free Palestine, stop the genocide”, the cry of those present.

At the head of the procession, Palestinian children hold white sheets with 'stop genocide' written in red. The young people then lay down on the ground while the sound of bombs and missiles rang out from the speakers. . “We want Palestine, Israel does not exist, which is a state that occupies and colonized our land”, repeats Maya, the president of the Palestinian students' movement from the megaphone.

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