Protesters display ‘war crimes’ banner at Australian parliament

Protesters display ‘war crimes’ banner at Australian parliament

Pro-Palestine protestors staged a bold demonstration by draping banners over Australia’s parliament building, accusing the government of enabling war crimes. The protesters unfurled banners that condemned the government’s actions in relation to the ongoing conflict in Gaza, highlighting the perceived complicity in war crimes.

The demonstration comes amidst heightened tensions and increased scrutiny of Australia’s stance on the situation in Gaza. Labor Senator Fatima Payman made headlines by becoming the first politician to resign from the government in protest over the Gaza war.

The protest serves as a powerful statement of solidarity with the Palestinian people, calling for accountability and justice for the alleged war crimes being committed. The act of draping banners over the Australian parliament building demonstrates the protesters’ determination to bring attention to the issue and hold the government accountable for its actions.

As the conflict in Gaza continues to escalate, protests such as this one are a reminder of the global impact and importance of standing up for justice and human rights. The bold actions of the protesters send a powerful message that the world is watching and demanding accountability for all parties involved in the conflict.

Watch the video by Al Jazeera English

Video “Protestors unfurl ‘war crimes’ banner on Australian parliament | Al Jazeera Newsfeed” was uploaded on 07/04/2024 to Youtube Channel Al Jazeera English