Eric Clapton honored the thousands of victims in Gaza with the "Palestinian Guitar"

The legendary guitarist Eric Clapton performed a special concert in London in which he honored the thousands of victims of the Israeli military campaign in Ivicita Gaza.

The purpose of the event was to raise funds to be donated in the form of medical aid for the civilian victims of the war.

Clapton used the "Palestinian Guitar", specially stylized with the Palestinian flag, to honor the dead children. The instrument is manufactured by Fender, one of the symbols of the guitar industry.

The concert took place at the Windmill Brixton, a 150 capacity venue in London.

"Clapton captivated the audience with his presence, playing several songs with his guitar in the colors of the Palestinian flag," Robin Monotti, a friend of the singer, wrote on social media. He also posted several photos from the concert.

Last month, Clapton released a stirring song called "Voice Of a Child," which included a music video featuring shocking footage of Palestinian children affected by Israeli attacks.

In one of his posts, Monotti revealed that Danny Harrison joined the show with a performance of "Give Me Love (Give Me Peace On Earth)," a 1973 classic by his father, guitarist and singer George Harrison.

Palestinian casualties in Gaza exceed 18,000, according to the Hamas-controlled Ministry of Health. Most of the dead were civilians, including women and children. /BGNES