Demonstrations in support of the oppressed Palestinians were banned by France

By Monitoring Desk

PARIS : France has banned demonstrations in support of the oppressed Palestinians and has issued special orders to the police, with the French prime minister saying Israel has every right to defend itself.

According to French media, in this regard, French Interior Minister Gerald Dermanin on Thursday issued orders to the police that several rallies and demonstrations in support of Palestine will be held on Saturday and Sunday, which must be stopped. Surprisingly, even before this decision, a rally was held in Paris on Wednesday against the brutal oppression of Israel in occupied Palestine and Gaza.

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The French minister has expressed concern that the protests could lead to similar clashes that took place in 2014. In the month of Ramadan in 2014, Israeli airstrikes destroyed half of the buildings across Gaza. And hundreds of Palestinians were martyred.

On the other hand, French Prime Minister Emmanuel Macron has told the Israeli Prime Minister that Israel has the full potential to defend itself, he said in a statement issued to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. According to the statement, Emmanuel Macron condemned the Hamas rocket attacks on Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and said that Israel has every right to defend itself. He also expressed concern over the deteriorating situation of the civilian population in Gaza.

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