Thousands of people marched in London on Saturday to show their solidarity with the Palestinians and demand an end to the Israeli attacks on Gaza and accountability of Israel’s War Crimes.
The protesters, who were estimated to number over 100,000 by the organizers, waved Palestinian flags and banners, chanted slogans, and called for a ceasefire and an end to the occupation.
The march started at Marble Arch and ended at Downing Street, where the British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak lives. Some protesters clashed with the police near Downing Street and 10 people were arrested for various offenses.
The protest was part of a nationwide campaign by the Palestine Solidarity Campaign and other groups to raise awareness and pressure the British government to take action.
Protesters urged UK government to stop supporting Israel’s war crimes and as participatory of the Palestinians’ genocides.
Similar protests were held in other cities across the UK, such as Glasgow, Manchester, and Birmingham.