Dozens of Haredi join protests against annexation in Judea and Samaria in Brooklyn • They carried signs with opposition to Zionism and state • "Israel does not represent us"
Protesters on Rage Day // Photo: EPA
Thousands on Thursday night (Thursday) raged around the world today in protest against the annexation expected under the Centennial Plan. Prominent cities in the United States, including Los Angeles, New York, Chicago, San Francisco, protested Palestinians and pro-Palestinians against the plan to formulate and go against Zionism.
One of the major protests took place in Brooklyn New York, where they allegedly marched about two thousand people on the streets, calling for the release of Palestine and derogatory calls against Zionism. The marchers were joined by many haredim who carried signs condemning the State of Israel.
The ultra-Orthodox marchers and Palestinians blocked streets and waved Palestinian flags bearing posters that read "End Zionism" and "Liberate Palestine and End with the State of Apartheid Israel." In the ultra-Orthodox neighborhoods, dozens of ultra-Orthodox black-wearing ultra-Orthodox women were joined by posters with captions such as "The State of Israel" Does Not Represent World Jewry "and" The Rabbis Oppose Zionism and the State of Israel. "
Orthodox Jews attend today's Palestinian #DayofRage, against Zionist Israeli occupation and annexation, racism and repression, in Bay Ridge Brooklyn New York pic.twitter.com/9W89ZJPDYB
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Previous reports of demonstrations show that some protests are organized by recognized BDS groups, including "Jewish Voice for Peace" and more. "Fury Day" will be a day of violence and anti-Semitism, "a statement sent by a Jewish organization to the Los Angeles mayor's office said.