The Israeli regime's brutal war and genocide against Palestinians in Gaza has received widespread condemnation across the globe.
Images of Palestinian infants, children, women and other innocent civilians, including entire families killed during brutal attacks by Israeli regime forces have ignited anger in all countries.
Backed by the United States and other Western colonial powers, Israeli forces have dropped bombs on hospitals, schools and places of worship.
These genocidal attacks by the Israeli apartheid regime have so far left thousands dead and tens of thousands injured.
The people of Africa, a continent that suffered the worst ravages of colonialism and racism for centuries, have historically supported Palestine.
Africans have come out massively to voice support for Palestine and to condemn the Israeli regime's crimes against Palestinians.
Masses in the continent are now demanding that their government should cut any relations they have with the Israeli apartheid regime. Will African governments listen to the voices of the masses?