“We will not rest until the world sees ‘free’ Palestine. We will not remain silent against the atrocities committed against innocent children and women in Palestine,” said Zwelivelile Mandla Mandela, grandson of Nelson Mandela, the first black president of the Republic of South Africa to come to power through democratic elections. said.
Grandson Mandela, who participated in the demonstration held yesterday to protest Israel’s attacks on Al-Aqsa Mosque and Gaza in Cape Town, South Africa’s legislative capital, stated that they feel deeply sorry to witness the murder or imprisonment of Palestinians.
“We will not rest until the world sees ‘free’ Palestine from the eyes of the world. We will speak against the atrocities committed against innocent children and women in Palestine, so today we are here as a family,” said Mandela, who attended the show with his family. he spoke.
Grandson Mandela told Nelson Mandela “Unless Palestine is free, the freedom of South Africans is not complete.” reminded me of his promise.