Tens of Thousands of Anti-Israel Protesters Flood Streets of Washington D.C

The streets of Washington D.C. were flooded with tens of thousands of anti-Israel protesters on Saturday.

Disturbing scenes show pro-Hamas demonstrators demanding that Israel stop defending itself against terrorist attacks.

The protests are calling for a “ceasefire” over the Jewish state’s response to the October 7 terror attacks that saw Hamas murder hundreds of innocent civilians, including children and American citizens.

The demonstrators in D.C. are accusing Israel of a “massacre of civilians” in Hamas-controlled Gaza.

However, there was no mention of the Israeli people killed by Hamas.

“We’re here to say we support freedom for Palestine,” ANSWER Coalition media coordinator Walter Smolarek said, according to NBC Washington.

“We’re here to demand a cease-fire now.

“We demand an end to the massacre of civilians in Gaza.”

“We’re gathered here because we believe that the Palestinian people have the right to live in freedom, have the right to live in peace and without being subjected to constant bombardments, to constant imprisonment, harassment, the occupation of their land,” Smolarek added.

The huge crowd of protesters took over downtown D.C. in disturbing scenes not seen since the holocaust.


The pro-Hamas demonstrators gathered at Freedom Plaza.

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During the protests, one pro-Hamas speaker called on the crowd to rebel against Israel using “any means necessary.”

“And I do mean any means necessary!” they asserted.


Some estimates have suggested that the size of the pro-Hamas crowd may have been over 300,000 people.


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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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