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Pope Benedict XVI and other world leaders condemns the ongoing Israeli attacks against Palestinians in Gaza, calling for end to the tragic situation in the region.

Pope 'saddened' by Israel war on Gaza

Addressing thousands of pilgrims gathered at Saint Peter's Square for the weekly Angelus prayer on Sunday, the Pope called on the international community to spare no efforts to restore peace in Gaza.

"I implore an end to the violence which must be denounced in all its forms and a restoration of the truce on the Gaza Strip," he said.

Israel has been staging massive air strikes against civilian and military targets in Gaza since Saturday. The Islamic University of Gaza, schools, a television station as well as various security positions have been targeted by Tel Aviv.

So far at least 310 people have been killed, many of whom are women and children; nearly 1550 others have been injured.

The pontiff expressed sorrow over the massacre of the Gazans, saying that he was "deeply saddened by the deaths and injuries, by the material damage, the suffering and the tears of the population, victims of this series of tragic attacks and reprisals."

"I call on the international community to do all it can to help the Israelis and Palestinians on this dead-end road ... and not to give in to the perverse logic of confrontation and violence but to favor the path of dialogue and negotiations," Pope Benedict told the crowd.

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People all over the world are protesting this Isreali operation, as the recent attack was biggest in the scale since 1967 operation of the Israeli Defens Forces.

Israel snubs calls for halting Gaza raids

Israel keeps pounding Gaza on the third day of its aerial campaign as the world continues to protest the deadly blitz that has killed over 310 people.

Demonstrators marched in protest against the airstrikes in several cities around the world.

On Monday, thousands poured to the streets of the Iranian capital, Tehran, calling for an end to the massacre of Palestinians in the Gaza Strip.

In other Iranian cities, shopkeepers ended trade for the day, closing bazaars (traditional markets) and businesses to show their support for the Palestinian people as the demonstrations continued in Tehran.

About 8,000 people demonstrated in Egypt in the southern city of Assiut, while rallies in the capital Cairo and the port city of Alexandria drew around 4,000 each, a security official said.

In Turkey, thousands of people joined demonstrations in about a dozen cities, while in Syria, protesters burned Israeli and American flags as thousands demonstrated in central Damascus.

Traffic in central London where the Israeli embassy is located was brought to a halt by hundreds of protesters, waving Palestinian flags and placards reading "holocaust in Gaza" and shouting in unison: "Israel is a terror state".

Organizers said some 3,000 people had taken part in Sunday's protest, while police which arrested over 10 demonstrators put the figure at 700.

There have also been reports of demonstrations in the capital cities of Denmark, Spain, Italy, and Australia.

The Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei had denounced the Israel regime and described its attacks as a 'deliberate massacre' of innocent and defenseless people.

Meanwhile, in Yemen, over 30,000 people gathered at a soccer stadium to express their solidarity with the suffering masses in Gaza, after watching horrific images of the attacks on their television screens the previous day, Press TV correspondent in Yemen, Roshan Mohammed Salih reported on Sunday.

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I know that my friend Mikolaj Frydrychowicz would be this days helping to organize protests and will be today at Isreal Ambassady in Warszawa where others are gathering right now.

In other Polish city Wroclaw they are going to protest tomorrow in the very unusall way. Under the slogan 'Falafel instead of bombs' at 30 December a resteraunt 'Al Medina' they will give for free a various Palestinian dishesh. You can find restaurant Al Medina on the Pradzynskiego 26a in Wroclaw.


Seven Star Hand said...

Hello Artur and all,

The biggest mistake all sides are making is failing to understand that Rome created Judaism, Christianity, and Islam and everyone has been deceived into fighting over lies. Contemplate Machiavelli...

Wake up to the truth and help me now by helping others understand

When the Vatican ceases to be, so does all of this evil !!!

Here is Wisdom...

Artur 'TAUTUR' Taurus said...

True, but it was not Rome but Jura, and it is so old as Yasna, holy book of Zorastanie and the Avesta root of all abrahamic faiths

i know a bit about tihs, if you will back to my ancestors you will find amog others Rodosta, polish bishop that had two sons, this after sword was called Radosz, the second one was probably 'sent' on russian throne as sone of original father

the patter which you can find to repeat by my familly so often even as far as to time of King of Israel - Jehu