Prohiben en Francia manifestaciones frente al Consejo Constitucional

Pro Palestine protests in New York, more than 300 arrests

Activists blocked the Brooklyn Bridge, Manhattan Bridge, Williamsburg Bridge and Holland Tunnel with signs reading “Lift the Siege of Gaza” and “End Israeli Occupation” of the Palestinian Territories.

This Monday, actions in solidarity with Palestine reached the New York Stock Exchange, where those gathered proclaimed: “If we don’t get justice, there will be no peace!”

They demanded from Wall Street “no more money for the American-Israeli war machine!!,” according to videos that circulated on social networks.

One of the messages posted on We say NO!”

Protests in support of Palestine have been commonplace in recent months, particularly in New York, since October 7 last year following Hamas's surprise offensive against Israel that left 1,200 people dead.

The Zionist regime's response was a total blockade of the Gaza Strip, a criminal bombing of the coastal enclave and the land invasion that, according to Palestinian sources, has so far claimed more than 23,000 lives, mostly women and children.

On December 27, they similarly protested at Los Angeles International Airport and John F. Kennedy International Airport.

Over the weekend, hundreds of people took to the streets in New York on Saturday to fight for the Palestinian people, despite weather conditions of severe cold and snowfall.

Also in the social network An activist and a classically trained cellist play the national anthem of Palestine.”

This Monday, a group of activists interrupted President Joe Biden's speech at Mother Emanuel Church in South Carolina.

“I understand your passion,” Biden commented minutes later as he began speaking again.

The president said he has been “quietly working with the Israeli government to significantly reduce and abandon the Gaza Strip,” but so far the United States has never discussed a final ceasefire.

Three months after the escalation of the conflict, the flames of war could spread to the Middle East region.