In Great Britain, hundreds of health workers gathered in a silent procession and vigil outside the government headquarters in Downing Street to call for an immediate ceasefire in Gaza. The procession was organized by the group Health Workers for Palestine and began at Westminster Bridge outside St Thomas’ Hospital. Pro-Palestinian flags and banners with messages such as “Stop Israel’s Genocide in Gaza” were carried, while the crowd shouted chants including “cease fire now” and “we believe we will win.”
The event was part of a global movement, with similar demonstrations scheduled to take place in Toronto, Kuala Lumpur, San Diego, Johannesburg, Paris, Calcutta, Belfast and Dublin among other cities. The goal of the protests was to raise awareness and support for an immediate ceasefire in Gaza.
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