Protesters have rallied around the world in support of the Palestinians, one of the worst acts of Israeli-Palestinian violence since the 2014 Gaza war.
At least 140 Palestinians, including 39 children, have been killed since Israel launched airstrikes on Gaza earlier this week.
On Saturday, Israel targeted a refugee camp in Gaza where at least 10 Palestinians were killed.
Protests took place in major cities around the world, including Doha, London, Paris and Madrid.
Hundreds of protesters gathered in various Iraqi cities in solidarity with the Palestinians.
Protesters raised Palestinian flags and banners across five provinces at rallies calling on influential cleric Muqtada al-Sadr. Protesters gathered in the Iraqi capital, Baghdad, and in the southern provinces of Babylon, Dhi Qar, Diwaniyeh, and Basra.
Thousands of flags have been hoisted in Doha and messages of solidarity with the Palestinians have been displayed.
“I stand against genocide in our country, Israel. “We will do whatever it takes to liberate our country. Since we cannot stay there personally, we are protesting today. I am very angry and upset about what is happening,” Doha resident Rim Alghal told Al Jazeera.
Hundreds of people gathered in the Barbes neighborhood north of Paris in a significant security presence of about 4,200 officers.
After the ban of Paris Police authorities, Tier gas and water used to disperse the rally held in the rally held, who feared the burning of anti-Semitical violence during the years of awful violence during Israel and Hamas.
A handful of rubbish bins were set on fire and stones were hurled and other projectiles were thrown at police, but no arrests were reported.
In Madrid, about 2,500 people, most of them young, gathered under Palestinian flags and marched on the Puerta del Sol Plaza in the city center.
They said, “This is not war, this is genocide.”
“They are massacring us,” said Amira Sheikh-Ali, 37, of Palestinian descent.
Lebanon-Palestine and hundreds of Palestinians protested on the Lebanese-Israeli border, some climbing over the border wall and launching Israeli fires that injured one person.
On Saturday, several protesters threw Molotov cocktails and stones at a Lebanese border village in Odessa, where hundreds of Palestinians hoisted Hezbollah yellow flags and hoisted Lebanese flags.
Lebanese and Palestinians in the vicinity of Lebanon are crossing the border to protest the Israeli attack on Gaza.
In India-ruled Kashmir, police attacked Palestinian supporters protesters and detained at least 20 of them.
Several people carrying Palestinian flags took to the streets in the main Srinagar after Friday prayers.
Protesters chanted anti-Palestinian and anti-Israel slogans.
“The disguise of public anger to create violence, lawlessness and chaos on the streets of Kashmir will not be allowed,” police said.
“It simply came to our notice then [Israel] Killing children in Gaza. Every human being in the world should stand up for them. It’s about showing humanity and solidarity, but we can’t do it out of fear, “a 25-year-old Srinagar resident told Al Jazeera.
My friend, Mudassir Gul, an artist from Ujjwal Kashmir, has been accused by the Indian government of drawing works in support of Palestine under the PSA (Public Security Act).#Frimudasirgul# Freedom of speech#Indiahttps://t.co/mkx9YhkUy7 pic.twitter.com/jlqiSN2R2D
– Mir Suhel (Mirsuhail) May 15, 2121
Thousands of protesters marched on the Israeli embassy in London, carrying placards with slogans such as “Stop bombing Gaza” and “Free Palestine.”
Packed crowds across Kensington High Street where the embassy is located.
Organizers claimed that about a million people had gathered through London for the protest; Police said it could not confirm any images.
Thousands marched in Berlin and other German cities at the behest of the Palestinian Prisoner Solidarity Organization.
Three processions were allowed in Berlin’s Newclan district, home to a large number of people of Turkish and Arabic roots.
Protesters shouted “Israel boycott” and hurled stones and bottles at police, resulting in several arrests. Other demonstrations took place in Frankfurt, Leipzig and Hamburg.
Rifat Farid with additional office in Srinagar, Shawkat Shafi in Dohar and Karim Chehaib in Odessa