Under the leadership of the National Will Platform, a coalition of various NGOs, the "Great Palestine March" is set to take place on Saturday in Istanbul.
This initiative aims to express solidarity with Palestinian Muslims and vehemently condemn the zionist aggression on Gaza.
The National Will Platform, in collaboration with numerous non-governmental organizations, is orchestrating the march to draw attention to the dire situation in Gaza, urging the international community to intervene and halt what is described as an inhumane massacre perpetrated by the zionist regime.
Scheduled to commence at 17:00 following the afternoon prayer, families are encouraged to participate in this demonstration.
The march will culminate with the evening prayer at the historic Hagia Sophia, symbolizing a unified call for justice and peace in the region.
This event underscores the ongoing global concern for the situation in Palestine, with participants expressing their collective voice against the injustices faced by Palestinian communities. (ILKHA)
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