Hundreds of Palestinians and pro-Palestine activists take part in rallies in New York and Chicago to condemn the Israeli aggression against Gaza Strip.
In New York, hundreds of protesters gathered in front of Friends of the Israel Defense Forces organization (FIDF), raising Palestinian flags, pictures of the Palestinian victims, and banners condemning the Israeli aggression.
In addition, protesters expressed their condemnation of the crimes demanding the International community stop the Israeli crimes against Palestinians and to provide international protection for the Palestinian people.
In Chicago, The Coalition for Justice and Peace in Palestine (CJPP) organized protests to denounce the Israeli aggression in Gaza Strip and Nablus.
Protesters raised the Palestinian flags and chanted anti-occupation slogans, demanding to end the Israeli occupation. They raised photos of Palestinians killed by Israeli missiles and called on the international community to hold Israel accountable for its crimes against Palestinians.
On August 5, the Israeli occupation launched 3-day-deadly aggression against the Gaza Strip, leaving 47 Palestinians killed, and hundreds injured. The Gaza Strip has been under a land, air, and sea blockade for 15 years, during which Israel waged 4 deadly wars murdering thousands of Palestinian civilians.