Ten and Thousands of people have protested in cities across the UK to call for an end to Israeli attacks on Gaza.
Relatively bigger protest held in London beside others have also taken place in Birmingham, Cardiff, Dundee, Nottingham, Liverpool, Norwich and Cambridge, protests were also held across Europe.
London protest held at Trafalgar Square, which is one of the main attractions for the world’s tourists, security was extraordinary tighten to control the protestors to avoid causing damage to the local area. Last week’s protest leave many lessons for the authorities, in which protestors damaged local shops and surrounding area of Israeli embassy.
In between speeches organiser showed several videos of Gaza massacre which left many people in tears, after speeches youngsters start marching towards Israeli embassy but they were forced to stop on the same street by police, extra police were called to control the mob, no injuries reported but crowd was extremely emotional and mobilise by the speeches and touchy videos.
Protesters are gathering every day outside Israeli embassy and on Tuesday they will be gathering outside US embassy but the next national protest is called on Saturday the 24th January, outside BBC head office to raise voice against BBC biased coverage on Gaza crises.