Pro-Palestinian Protesters March in US: Thousands of people have come out on the streets in different cities of America in support of Palestine. Protestors from the capital Washington DC to many cities including San Francisco, Cincinnati, Provo, Utah, Las Vegas, Orono, Maine on Saturday demanded the liberation of Palestine and asked President Joe Biden to immediately stop Israel’s attacks on the Gaza Strip. And demanded a ceasefire. America remains a supporter of Israeli attacks.
The protesters also protested outside the White House, the official residence of the US President in Washington DC and raised slogans of Allah Hu Akbar. The protesters also raised slogans against President Biden. His protest was so fierce that he was determined to break the highly secured gate of the White House.
According to the New York Post, the crowd carried Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) flags and chanted, “From the river to the sea, Palestine will be free.” The report said many people were chanting, “Long live the intifada.” A man has been arrested for vandalizing White House property around 5:30 p.m. (local time), police said.
The report said that at around 7:30 pm, protesters were painting red paint on the White House gates and chanting “Allah Hu Akbar”. Thousands of pro-Palestinian Arab protesters took part in protests in the capital, blocking traffic in Manhattan’s Herald Square, demanding a ceasefire. Protesters chanted another slogan, “Biden you can’t hide. We hold you guilty of genocide.”
Let us tell you that United Nations experts have warned of the increasing danger of genocide in Gaza, because the area is being continuously bombed by Israel. In response to the October 7 attacks by Hamas, Israel is launching rapid attacks on the Gaza Strip. The UN Genocide Convention defines genocide as “acts committed with intent to destroy, in whole or in part, a national, ethnical, racial or religious group”, including killings and mass destruction .
However, the Biden administration has urged Israel to “minimize” civilian casualties in Gaza, but has also stressed that it will set no “red lines” for how the US ally conducts its military operations. “Can’t pull. Biden has also requested the US Congress for more than $14 billion in aid to Israel amid the Hamas-Israel war. At least 9,488 Palestinians have been killed in Israeli strikes, according to health officials in Hamas-ruled Gaza.