AMMAN/CAIRO: Protesters from Jakarta to Tunis on Friday demanded an end to Israel’s hail of Gaza after nearly two weeks of violent air and ordnance strikes that authorities there say have killed 4,100 people. Israel is gearing up for a ground war in the bitsy, crowded Palestinian enclave aimed at eradicating Hamas, the militant Islamist group that rampaged into Israeli municipalities onOct. 7, killing 1,400 people and seizing hostages. While some Western governments have raised support for Israel’s military crusade, numerous Muslim countries have called for an immediate ceasefire, with numerous of their people angry at conditions in Gaza and expressing solidarity with Palestinians. demurrers suddenly erupted across important of the region late on Tuesday after Gaza authorities said hundreds of people had been killed in a blast at a sanitarium. Hamas said an Israeli airstrike was responsible. Israel criticized a failed rocket launch by a Palestinian group. In Jordan, which made peace with Israel in 1994, but where much of the population has Palestinian heritage, further than 6,000 protesters marched in the centre of the capital while thousands further rallied near the Israeli delegacy. Protesters raised support for Hamas, prompting it to attack Israel with rocket strikes and self-murder bombings, and addressing the Palestinian group with the chant” We’re your army.” Thousands of demonstrators also gathered in each of Turkey and Egypt, two other countries that have long had full politic relations with Israel, demanding an end to the bombing. About 2,000 people gathered in front of Istanbul’s Beyazit Mosque, burning an effigy of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and gestured Palestinian flags. Some held posters reading” Stop the genocide” and” Terrorist Israel”. In Egypt, thousands of protesters stood at the al- Azhar synagogue , one of the oldest in the world, chanting” Where is the Arab army?”, while others gathered at the central Tahrir Square. Some demanded military action against Israel, others said Arab countries should consider using other styles to stop the hail of Gaza. Egypt borders Gaza but has not been suitable to negotiate an opening of its crossing to allow in aid. ” Palestine is the only country that unites ourvoices.However, at least they should stop transferring oil painting and gas, If the Gulf countries don’t shoot aid. That is the least they should do,” said protester Mohammed Gomaa in Cairo. In Morocco, where the government agreed in 2020 to normalise ties with Israel in return forU.S. recognition of Moroccan sovereignty over the disputed home of Western Sahara, Islamists and leftists said they would hold a sit- in latterly on Friday. Hundreds of people marched in central Tunis, a lower kick than bonesthat have rallied there against Israel’s Gaza crusade in recent days. Others demonstrated in front of theU.S. delegacy. ” The real terrorism is Israel and America, which supports it,” said Souhail Ben Nasser, a protester in the Tunis crowd. In southeast Asia hundreds of people gathered to protest near theU.S. delegacies in each of the Indonesian and Malaysian centrals, burning Israeli flags and stamping on filmland of Netanyahu andU.S. President Joe Biden. ” moment we gather then with the same intention to condemn the felonious act by Israel,” said Qilla Marisa, a protester in Kuala Lumpur. Muslims in India offered lower demurrers in Jaipur and Mumbai, holding up posters reading” Free Palestine”. Israel’s biggest indigenous foe Iran, and confederated groups around the region, also held state- sanctioned demurrers. In Iraq,Shi’ite regulars backed by Tehran mobilised hundreds of sympathizers in Baghdad near the ground leading to the fortified Green Zone where theU.S. delegacy is located. On Iraq’s border with Jordan, hundreds of sympathizers of Iran- backed civil groups offered a sit- in to state support for Gaza, brought in by machine.” We’re going to support our people in Palestine,” said one of them, 26- time-old Hussein Samir.