You’ve overlooked two countries in Africa that I know of that have murdered people for protesting in solidarity with Palestine: Egypt and Nigeria. Which seems like a huge oversight, considering the United States’ support for these governments.
According to the FB page Shimaa from Tahrir Square:
“After Eid prayers Egyptians across the country marched in solidarity with Gaza making a statement against the complicity of the US funded Zionist Egyptian regime.
I didn’t see anything firsthand because I reside in a predominately military supportive neighborhood in Cairo. Protests are no longer allowed in this part of Cairo since last summer and showing any signs of solidarity to Palestine or against the coup is suicide.
Nonetheless, Egyptians from all over who don’t live in any better environments defied all that and marched for Gaza. The US funded junta security forces opened fire on them, 5 protesters were killed and many were injured.
As much as everyone is angry at Egypt, nobody wants to recognize the existence of these people. I will collect pictures and posts from Egypt in this post that I kindly ask you to share so that anti-coup pro-Palestine Egyptians are seen and heard like everyone else in the world. #Gaza #Palestine #Egypt #AntiCoup”
The link – with several comments and pictures of martyrs and protests – is: https://www.facebook.com/Shimaa.writes/photos/a.156337554437703.40919.153772218027570/703199996418120/?type=1&theater
– On Friday, July 25, Nigerian military forces murdered thirty-three protesters in a pro-Palestine demonstration, which was held on Al Quds Day. Among those killed was 18-year-old Syed Mahmud Ibrahim Zakzaky, a son of Sheikh Ibrahim al-Zakzaky, the leader of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria, which had called for the rally. He is a critic of political corruption and Boko Haram.
While the world was in an uproar about the kidnapping of hundreds of women by Boko Haram, there’s been very little concern about the murder of Muslims who criticize them.
In London, there was a demonstration held in solidarity with those murdered by the Nigerian military. Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nZ7Jd5H8N1w&feature=youtu.be
More on the Nigerian military’s massacre of protesters: http://www.presstv.ir/detail/2014/07/26/372879/25-killed-in-nigeria-quds-day-rally/