The brutal attack by Palestinian Hamas militants on Israel, which occurred on the morning of October 7, shocked residents of many countries of the world. We receive information from various parts of the world about demonstrations expressing support for this or that side of this conflict.
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People gathered in the center of Warsaw. Some in the colors of Israel and others in the colors of Palestine
One of these demonstrations took place on Wednesday, October 11, in the heart of Warsaw. According to Onet, on October 18, about 500 people gathered at the Nicolaus Copernicus Monument at the corner of Krakowski Przydemice and Nowy Świat Streets.
The demonstration participants gathered in two groups. One of them carried white and blue Israeli flags, candles and white roses. In the second photo, flags in the colors of Palestine can be seen and slogans written on posters such as: “Free Palestine,” “The war against colonialism is not terrorism,” and “Look at the truth, not the crowd.”
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On the one hand, it supports Palestine, and on the other hand, Israel. The police are among them
According to Onet, the two groups were separated by policemen who maintained order. According to this website, at the beginning of the meeting, a simple incident occurred during which a fight began between two men from opposite sides.
However, the rest of the protests were scheduled to be peaceful. Pro-Israel or Palestine chants were heard among the crowd, and demonstrators also gave speeches.
According to information provided to Onet by police, the pro-Palestinian demonstration was reported earlier, and the pro-Israel counter-demonstration was spontaneous.
(Source: Fakt.pl, Onet.pl)
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