Demonstrations in favor of Palestinians in Americ Main highways closed

 Washington:  A large number of cities in Illinois, California, New York and the Pacific Northwest held Demonstrations in favor of Palestinians in Americ Main highways closed and shouted slogans against the immediate ceasefire in Gaza and in favor of the Palestinians.

Demonstrations in favor of Palestinians in Americ Main highways closed

Demonstrations in favor of Palestinians in Americ Main highways closed Protests erupted across the main thoroughfares of Illinois, California, New York, and the Pacific Northwest in condemnation of the Israeli airstrikes targeting innocent civilians, including children and women, in Gaza.

Demonstrators, many of them students, brandished Palestinian flags and placards advocating for an immediate ceasefire in gaza and denouncing Israel’s actions. Their impassioned gathering caused significant disruptions, including the obstruction of key routes to major airports such as the bustling West Coast Highway, including iconic landmarks like the Golden Gate and Brooklyn Bridge.

In Chicago, police resorted to brutal tactics, resulting in the detention of over 50 individuals, including women, to clear a path to the airport amidst the protest. As traffic came to a standstill, frustrated commuters abandoned their vehicles and belongings, opting to traverse on foot towards their destinations. Consequently, flight schedules experienced delays due to the logistical challenges posed by the protests.