ANTI-ISRAEL PROTESTS ROCK CITY

STUDENTS TAKE TO STREETS IN SUPPORT OF PALESTINIAN VICTIMS

MUKIT AKMALI

Srinagar, Nov 21: Massive anti-Israel protests rocked the City Wednesday as students from various educational institutions including Kashmir University, Valley’s highest chair of learning and the Government Medical College (GMC) came out in support of the Palestinian people who have fallen prey to the recent onslaught by the Zionist forces, which left hundreds dead, wounded and homeless.


AT KU
Carrying banners and placards, scores of university students poured in near Allama Iqbal library and marched through the campus shouting slogans against Israel and its allies. “Palestine does not need UN or West, it needs another Salah Ud Din,” read a banner while another one read “Khilafat is the solution”.
 “Israel is the illegitimate child of the west and receives full support for its terrorist acts against the Palestinians,” the students shouted.  “Hamas is an elected government and attacking its officials amounts to terrorism and war,” they added.
 Another student said their bond with Palestinians was based on “Islamic brotherhood” and that the “pain, war and peace of Muslims world over is one.”
 The students shouted slogans like “Teri Pati Meri Pati Gaza Pati Gaza Pati” and “Gaza se Rishta Kya La Illaha Illal Lah.”
 The protests concluded with funeral prayers in absentia for the over 140 people killed in Gaza in the past week of Isreali shelling.


AT GMC SRINAGAR
The GMC Srinagar students held rallies in support of Palestine and demanded immediate halt to Israeli aggression in Gaza.
 Students waving Palestinian flags and raising voice in support of Gaza people carried placards reading ‘Save Palestine, Freedom to Palestine’ and ‘Is killing of an 11-year old boy justified.”
 They also bashed the Arab monarchs for being silent on the issue.  “It’s irony that the Muslims are being brutally murdered by shameless Israelis, while the Arab countries  which are supposed to represent the Muslims are acting as mute spectators. Infact they have become stooges of US and its allies,” said a first year student of GMC.
 At least 105 people have died in the Gaza Strip in past six days of violence, Hamas officials say, as Israeli forces continue their bombardment.

Lastupdate on : Wed, 21 Nov 2012 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Wed, 21 Nov 2012 18:30:00 GMT
Lastupdate on : Thu, 22 Nov 2012 00:00:00 IST




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