The Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau made drawing-attention remarks, which condemn the Israeli brutality in Gaza and call on the Zionist leaders to exercise self-restraint, reflecting a major change in the political stance and the public opinion in the world.
Trudeau said the world is witnessing the killing of women, children and babies, and that it must stop.
“The human tragedy that is unfolding in Gaza is heart-wrenching, especially the suffering we see in and around the Al-Shifa Hospital,” he said.
Meanwhile, Mary Lou McDonald, president of Sinn Féin in Ireland, called on world leaders and the European Union to uphold their commitment to human rights, peace, and democracy in light of the war on Gaza.
McDonald condemned Israel’s actions and called for accountability under international law. “We ask, where is the protection of international law for every child killed in Gaza, for every Gazan mother holding the cold body of her dead child?” McDonald emphatically stated that Israel should not be allowed to act with impunity. She proposed that the Irish government should lead the way in legal proceedings by referring Israel to the International Criminal Court and expelling the Israeli ambassador.
Demonstrations and protests continued in numerous world countries in condemnation of the ongoing Zionist aggression on Gaza which has so far claimed the lives of 11500 martyrs and left more than 29800 injuries.
The protesters in Amsterdam called for a ceasefire in Gaza and underlined the importance of protecting the innocent civilians from the Israeli brutality.
The following photo shows the protesters off the Egyptian embassy in London calling for opening Rafah crossing.