In London an estimated 100,000 took part in a pro-Palestine march on Saturday – in Peterborough this week a cyclist staged his own protest.
The cyclist was spotted in Stanground riding up and down the streets with a Friends of Al-Aqsa (FOA) flag held high.
The FOA is a UK-based group campaigning for political change for Palestine and says, “we won’t stop until this happens!”.
They are also taking part in a National March for Palestine on Saturday at 12pm at Victoria Embankment.
Elsewhere a Peterborough Palestine Solidarity Campaign group is also demanding a “ceasefire now and end the occupation”.
It has organised a meeting for supporters and friends tonight at 6.30pm at the Allama Iqbal Centre in Cromwell Road and say all are welcome.
Peterborough Palestine Solidarity Campaign recently organised a stall on Cathedral Square and as a result were able to donate £500 to Medical Aid for Palestine (MAP).
If anyone else wants to donate here is the link https://www.map.org.uk/
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