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Pakistan prohibits New Year’s celebrations in solidarity with Gaza

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One day after the start of the year 2024, Pakistan’s first minister, Anwaar-ul-Haq Kakarm the population was prohibited from holding any type of public celebration referring to the winter of the year, this with the aim of showing solidarity with the Palestinians affected by the war between Israel and Hamas.

On December 29, God should know that any public act to celebrate the event is prohibited. New Year”so that we could celebrate the simple form and avoid the use of pyrotechnic fires, in consideration of the situation we live in Franja de Gaza.

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“The entire Pakistani nation and the Muslim community are deeply saddened by the genocide of the oppressed Palestinians and, in particular, by the massacre of innocent children in Gaza and the West Bank,” Kahar said.

The Pakistani nation is not the first to show solidarity, previously the city of Sharjah which is located in the United Arab Emirates announced that the traditional artificial fireworks of the holiday were prohibited.

Artificial fuegos with New Year motif. Photo: Special

Israel and the Hamás group have been engaged in a conflict since October 7 that has resulted in more than 20 million deaths and a conflict of fronts that has mainly affected women and children of the Palestinian community.

The conflict began before the promise of Israel’s authorities to destroy Hamás in retaliation at the attack on 7 October, which resulted in 1,140 deaths, among its major civilians, following a recent AFP agency based on Israeli figures.

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