Thousands of Turks in Istanbul are participating in a march called "March for Fatah" to support the Palestinians.

The pro-Palestinian rally in Istanbul, while officially Turkey remains neutral, does not condemn Hamas.

Activists at the march argue that the Palestinian people are defending their homeland and not involved in terrorism.

Supporters in Yemen's Sanaa celebrate the attacks on Israel, which Hamas has named "al-aqsa storm," with Palestinian flags.

Hezbollah supporters in Beirut also raise Palestinian flags and declare October 7th a victory day against Israel.

Iran openly supports Hamas, with an adviser to the supreme leader stating that they stand with Palestinian leaders until Palestine and Jerusalem are liberated.

Hamas called its attack "Operation Al-Aqsa Flood" and urged resistance fighters in various regions to join the battle.

The Ezzedine al-Qassam Brigades, the armed wing of Hamas, claimed to have fired more than 5,000 rockets, while Israel reported more than 3,000 incoming rockets.

Hamas chief Ismail Haniyeh stated that the group is on the "verge of a great victory" and emphasized the importance of completing the cycle of intifadas and revolutions in liberating their land and prisoners.

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