Rome (IP) - A group of Italian people gathered in front of Italy's Foreign Ministry to condemn the Israeli crimes in Gaza Strip.

Iran PressEurope: Since last Friday, Israel heavily bombarded Gaza for three days, flattened buildings, and struck refugee camps.

The Palestinian Health Ministry has confirmed that the Israeli regime's attacks had since Friday left at least 45 people, including women, children, and two senior commanders, dead and 350 wounded.

The Italians gathered in Rome on Wednesday in front of the foreign ministry building while chanting "Palestine must be freed," slamming the Italian government's pro-Israeli stances.

They announced that, like the US and other Western countries, the Italian authorities not only kept silent in the face of the Israeli massacring of the Palestinians but also supported the regime's crimes.

The former Deputy Speaker of the European Parliament, Luiza Morgantini, who was one of the participants of the protesting gathering, told the Iran Press correspondent that the continuation of the crimes and repressive policies of the Israeli regime in Gaza was a crime against humanity and a threat to world's peace. 


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