From Europe to Asia, many people from all over the world gathered in important squares of their countries and chanted slogans of "Freedom for Palestine".
Large protests organized in European countries
Thousands of people gathered in Sarajevo, the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina, on Sunday, waving Palestinian flags and protesting Israel's attacks on Gaza.
Sarajevo Mayor Benjamina Karic said in a statement here that Sarajevo has always been on the right side and that they know very well what the siege means from the war in 1992-1995.
Hundreds of demonstrators gathered in front of the United Nations (UN) building in Podgorica, the capital of Montenegro, on Sunday to show support for Palestine.
The demonstrators unfurled Palestinian flags and carried banners reading "You don't have to be a Muslim to stand with Palestine, just be human!" and "Free Palestine".
Thousands of people gathered in Binnenrotte Square in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, on Sunday in support of Palestine.
Approximately 10 thousand people participated in the demonstration organized to protest Israel's attacks on Gaza, carrying the banner "One heart for Palestine, stop the violence now" and chanting "Free Palestine" and "Israel terrorist, Netanyahu terrorist".
More than 30,000 people gathered in the French capital Paris on Sunday to call for a ceasefire in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
The demonstrators chanted "Long live Palestine", "Israel get out, Palestine does not belong to you" and "Israel is a murderer, Macron (French President) is an accomplice" and carried banners reading "Children are dying right now", "Free Palestine" and "Stop the genocide".
The demonstration, which took place on Sunday at the Republic Square in the Serbian capital Belgrade, was attended by Palestinians living in Serbia and local residents.
The demonstrators also carried banners and placards reading "End the genocide in Palestine", "Free Palestine" and "Children should be silent when they sleep, not when they are killed".
About 1,000 people participated in a demonstration in Cologne, Germany on Sunday in solidarity with the Palestinian people.
The demonstration organized in front of the historic Cologne Cathedral with the theme "Solidarity for Palestine" was attended by citizens of various Muslim countries as well as Turks.
The demonstrators carrying Palestinian flags and banners with messages of support for the Palestinian people chanted "Freedom for Palestine".
Thousands of pro-Palestinian demonstrators gathered in the Swedish capital Stockholm on Sunday to protest Israel's siege and attacks on Gaza.
The demonstrators carried banners reading "Genocide in Gaza", "End the occupation", "Ceasefire now" and chanted "Freedom for Palestine".
Many demonstrations were organized in Latin American countries
Hundreds of people in the Latin American countries of Colombia, Venezuela, Peru and Mexico reacted to the ongoing Israeli attacks on Gaza.
Dozens of people marched with Palestinian flags to the historic Bolivar Square in Colombia's capital Bogota, demanding an end to the ongoing Israeli attacks on Gaza.
In Peru, Peruvians and citizens of Arab origin marched on the biggest street of the capital Lima and called on the world to stop the Israeli bombardment of Gaza "immediately".
Dozens of people gathered in front of the Israeli Embassy in the Mexican capital, Mexico City, demonstrating support for Palestine and condemning Israel.
The demonstrators lit candles for the Palestinians who lost their lives in Gaza as a result of Israeli attacks. Photographs of the children who lost their lives were carried.
In Venezuela, hundreds of people gathered in front of the Congress building in the capital Caracas to condemn the ongoing Israeli attacks in the Gaza Strip.
The crowd waved large Palestinian flags and chanted "Freedom for Palestine" and "Stop the genocide in Gaza".
A demonstration in support of Palestine in front of the US Embassy in Tunisia on Sunday chanted slogans calling for the expulsion of the US Ambassador.
Tunisians in support of Palestine gathered in front of the US Embassy in the capital upon the call of the "Tunisian Union Against Normalization (with Israel)".
The demonstrators chanted slogans such as "Expel the US Ambassador", "The US and France are partners of the Zionists" and "We stand with Palestine with our blood and soul".
In Lagos, Nigeria, the country with the largest Muslim population on the African continent, about 50 thousand people gathered on Sunday in support of Palestine with the call of the Conference of Islamic Organizations (CIO) association operating in the country.
The demonstrators, holding flags and banners, gave a message of support for Palestine and chanted "Freedom for Palestine" slogans.