Today: Friday, 19 April 2024 year

About 3.5 thousand people took part in a pro-Palestinian demonstration in Berlin.

About 3.5 thousand people took part in a pro-Palestinian demonstration in Berlin.

About 3,500 people gathered on Saturday at Alexanderplatz in central Berlin for a pro-Palestinian demonstration, the Berliner Zeitung newspaper reported, citing a police spokesman.

“Police press secretary Anya Dirschke estimates the number of participants at 3.5 thousand people,” the publication writes.

It is reported that the number may increase as people continue to flock to the demonstration site.

“Our officers involved once again used loudspeakers to inform the demonstrators in the city center that denial of Israel’s right to exist, as well as anti-Semitic, hate speech, glorifying violence and terror, are punishable by law,” the Berlin police said on the social media page X .


Police later said several protesters had climbed onto the Neptune Fountain. The police ask them to get off the fountain.

Even later, police reported that a crowd of protesters had moved along Karl Liebknecht Street in the direction of Friedrichstrasse.


It was previously reported that Berlin police deployed about a thousand officers to ensure law and order at Saturday’s demonstrations.