Pro-terror protests have continued in several American cities, with demonstrators taking to the streets to support Palestinians and condemn Israel following a deadly attack by Hamas on innocent Israeli civilians over the weekend.
Hamas supporter in New York City trying to mock Israelis.
She is clearly happy that hundreds of civilians were murdered at a music festival pic.twitter.com/839lYKT7Fp
— Visegrád 24 (@visegrad24) October 9, 2023
In New York City, supporters of both Israel and Palestinians gathered as Israel engaged in military operations against Hamas in the Gaza Strip. Shouting between pro-Israel and pro-Palestinian supporters led to confrontations, which were quickly broken up by authorities.
Protests on Sunday, organized by the Democratic Socialists of America (DSA), took place in New York’s Times Square and advanced down 42nd Street to Bryant Park, near the Israeli Consulate. The DSA blamed Israel for the conflict and received condemnation from both Democrats and Republicans.
Thank you to the pro-Israel supporters standing up against the Islamic terrorists flooding the streets of New York City today in support of Hamas.
Now, it would be great if left-wing in NYC would demand that their politicians stop supporting Hamas and cease collaborating with… pic.twitter.com/kZDrGEpgC8
— Amy Mek (@AmyMek) October 8, 2023
Hamas launched thousands of missiles at Israel and invaded towns along the Gaza border, resulting in casualties on both sides, with most being innocdent Israelis. Palestinian supporters are urging Israel to halt civilian casualties in the densely populated Gaza Strip and have criticized what they perceive as one-sided media coverage.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called for a ground operation in Gaza, stating that Israel will finish the war that was “forced upon us in the most brutal and savage way.” Clashes between pro-Israel and Palestinian supporters also occurred in Florida and Washington.