Gaza Genocide: Rallies Held Across Globe Against Israeli Aggression

Hundreds of thousands of people took to the streets across the world to condemn Israeli aggression in Gaza.

Gaza Genocide: Rallies Held Across Globe Against Israeli Aggression

Thousands of people worldwide staged street protests against the war, calling for a stop to Tel Aviv's offensive, as Israel's continuous aggression approached its 100-day mark.

Al Jazeera said that a sizable crowd assembled in front of the US embassy in Kuala Lumpur, the capital of Malaysia, to convey a message to Washington, a close ally of Tel Aviv.

"Stop the genocide" and "Bombing children is not self-defense" are among the posters that people are holding up.

On the other hand, the United States carried out a fresh strike on a Houthi rebel target in Yemen on Saturday, the US military said, after the Yemen-based group warned of future attacks on ships in the Red Sea.

A day after US and British forces struck numerous targets around the nation, raising concerns that Israel's conflict with Palestinian militant group Hamas could spread over a wider area, there was another strike on a Houthi radar post.

Saying they are behaving in sympathy with Gaza, the Houthis have launched an increasing number of drone and missile attacks along the vital Red Sea international trade route. They claim to be focusing on shipping with ties to Israel.

Around 12% of global trade normally passes through the Bab al-Mandeb Strait, the Red Sea entrance between southwest Yemen and Djibouti.