Demonstrations took place in London, Melbourne and Paris, while more are scheduled in other major cities, including New York and Berlin.
Pro-Palestinian solidarity marches continue to be held around the world following a week-long protests, with protesters calling on their respective governments to impose sanctions and a military embargo to reduce arms supplies to Israel.
From Israel Gaza bombing for 11 days it killed about 250 Palestinians, including at least 65 children, leaving behind many destroyed buildings, houses and infrastructure in the besieged enclave.
The fighting ended when the Israeli government and Palestinian militant groups agreed to a ceasefire that began Friday.
He Sheikh Jarrah protests against the forced expulsion of Palestinians by Israeli settlers in East Jerusalem and the Israeli attack on Muslim faithful at the Al-Aqsa Mosque, the third holiest site in Islam, during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, serve as a catalyst for Israel’s attacks on Gaza.
Protests were held in London, Melbourne and Paris on Saturday, while many of them were scheduled for the weekend in other major cities, including New York and Berlin.
On his way to London, Al Jazeera’s Paul Brennan reported that there was a “sense of relief” at the halting of Israel’s attacks, but that more needed to be done.
“There is a feeling that the conflict should not be forgotten,” he said.
Brennan said the rally was larger than another similar to the one held last week, with an estimated 30,000 people in attendance on Saturday.
In Adelaide, hundreds of protesters gathered in front of Parliament before marching through the city center.
“We must remember that the fact that they have announced a ceasefire does not mean that it is over. It will never end until Palestine is free, ”said Jana Fandi, a member of the Australian Palestinian community, who attended the rally.
In Sydney, thousands of protesters gathered in Hyde Park before marching through the streets, singing and waving banners.
“Palestinians continue to face violence from the Israeli occupation forces and it will not end until the occupation ends,” Palestinian Action Group activist Dalia al-Haj Qasem said.
A solidarity protest was held in the capital, Paris, with thousands in attendance.