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PHOTO GALLERY: Egyptian activists demonstrate in solidarity with Palestine at press syndicate


Protesters hold signs in solidarity with Palestine outside the press syndicate in Cairo, 18 October
A woman carries the Palestinian flag outside the press syndicate in Cairo
Two protesters carry the Palestinian flag outside the press syndicate in Cairo
Protesters carry Palestinian flags during the demonstration
Protesters during the demonstration outside the press syndicate
Protesters chant against Israeli occupation
Protesters carry Palestinian flags during the demonstration
Protesters chant against Israeli occupation
Protesters chant against Israeli occupation
Protesters carry the Palestinian flag outside the press syndicate
Oct
18

Tens of protesters gathered at the Press Syndicate in Downtown Cairo on Saturday to show solidarity with the recent Palestinian protests, describing them as a "third Intifada"

The demonstration was organised by the Journalists Syndicate and BDS Egypt to protest the violations of the Israeli occupation forces against Palestinians.

The protesters chanted slogans against the Israeli occupation such as "Generation after generation, we're against the Israeli occupation," "Down with the Camp David Treaty, the treaty is condemned with the blood of every martyr," and "Down, down with the Israeli occupation."
 

All Photos by: Mai Shaheen

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