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Thousands attend protest for Palestine in Dataran Merdeka

Undercover Israeli police officers detain a Palestinian suspected of throwing stones in East Jerusalem during a protest against the Israeli offensive on Gaza. Thousands braved the searing heat at Dataran Merdeka to protest against Israel's ongoing assault on Palestine and the loss of innocent lives. – Reuters pic, July 27, 2014.Undercover Israeli police officers detain a Palestinian suspected of throwing stones in East Jerusalem during a protest against the Israeli offensive on Gaza. Thousands braved the searing heat at Dataran Merdeka to protest against Israel's ongoing assault on Palestine and the loss of innocent lives. – Reuters pic, July 27, 2014.Thousands braved the searing heat at Dataran Merdeka today to protest against Israel's ongoing assault on Palestine and the loss of innocent lives.

Viva Palestine Malaysia chairman Datuk Dr Musa Mohd Noordin criticised the cruel Zionist regime which he accused of disrespecting human rights.

"For the past 66 years, Palestinians have been fighting to regain what had been stolen from them. Land, property, freedom and their dignity," Musa told the crowd.

"Palestine has been labelled as the worst modern crisis of recent times by no less than the late Nelson Mandela. He had also said that the world will not be free as long as Palestine was not free."

Yesterday, Reuters reported Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah as criticising the international community for keeping mum despite the various aggressive assaults mounted by Israel.

Saudi Arabia's sovereign ruler also criticised Israeli soldiers for their blatant attack on civilian targets which had resulted in innumerable civilian casualties, including children. – August 2, 2014.

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