THE Radical Independence Campaign (RIC) has called for a "Palestine solidarity bloc" at Believe in Scotland's (BiS) independence march later this month.

The group, originally set up in 2012, issued the call in social media post on Monday afternoon.

It said that "an independent Scottish republic would end our complicity in the Palestinian genocide" and as the Yes movement is set to gather, it "calls for the biggest, most vibrant Palestine solidarity bloc to join the demonstration".

The statement said: "The Radical Independence Campaign is calling for a Palestine solidarity bloc and the Believe in Scotland march for independence in Glasgow on Saturday, April 20. Bring a sea of Palestine flags onto the streets.

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"Free Scotland, free Palestine, end British imperialism."

It comes amid growing calls for allies to stop supplying arms to Israel as its six-month campaign continues to lay waste to Gaza.

The offensive has displaced the vast majority of Gaza’s population. Food is scarce, the UN says famine is approaching and few Palestinians have been able to leave the besieged territory.

More than 33,000 Palestinians have been killed in Gaza, according to the territory’s Health Ministry.

RIC states that it campaigns for a “democratic, secular, socially just and environmentally sustainable Scottish republic”.

The Glasgow march and rally is set to take place on Saturday, April 20 alongside campaign group Pensioners for Independence. Speakers include First Minister Humza Yousaf, campaigner Pat Kane and filmmaker Jane McAllister.

BiS is also hosting a “mass campaign day” of leafleting in the south side of Glasgow on Sunday.

Independence group All Under One Banner previously aligned itself with calling for an immediate ceasefire by rebranding its messaging ahead of its independence march in Glasgow on May 4.

The group shared graphics on social media on Wednesday, which are usually blue and white, advertising the march with the new colours of the Palestinian flag – red, white, and green.