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People in Kargil condemn ongoing genocide in Gaza by Zionist entity

People in Kargil condemn ongoing genocide in Gaza by Zionist entity

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KARGIL: Following Friday prayers, the residents of Khangral, Samrah, Chiktan, Shakar, Sankdoo, Lamsoo, and Sanjaq came together in a unified protest in a display of support for Palestine and against Israeli atrocities in Gaza.

Pro-Palestine protest was also held in Pashkum area of Kargil, after the Friday prayers, residents came together to express their solidarity with the people of Palestine and to condemn the ongoing genocide in Gaza by the Zionist entity.

The protest began at the Jama Masjid Chiktan and culminated at the SDM (Sub-Divisional Magistrate) headquarters, where a religious scholar delivered an impassioned speech.

The villagers, deeply concerned about the ongoing situation in the Middle East, gathered in solidarity with the Palestinian people. They carried placards and voiced their unwavering support for justice, peace, and ending the violence in Palestine and Gaza. Religious leaders from the local community were present to provide guidance and inspiration during the protest.

In a moving address, a cleric stated, “Our hearts go out to the innocent people of Palestine and Gaza who are suffering. We are here today to stand united with them and to express our collective hope for a peaceful resolution to this ongoing conflict.”

The protest was marked by the passionate chanting of slogans against Israel and America, highlighting the villagers’ strong stance on the ongoing situation. The event remained peaceful and focused on advocating for a peaceful resolution to the crisis.

Local authorities and law enforcement agencies ensured the safety and order of the protest, allowing the villagers to voice their concerns peacefully. As the global community continues to monitor the developments in the Middle East, the villagers of Khangral, Samrah, Chiktan, Shakar, Sankdoo, Lamsoo, and Sanjaq have demonstrated their unwavering commitment to a peaceful solution and their support for those affected by the conflict. (With inputs from VoL)

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