200 protesters reveal in Jerusalem Independence Park towards racism


Roughly 200 individuals gathered in Jerusalem‘s Independence Park close to the US consulate to peacefully protest towards racism and the killing of unarmed residents in Israel and within the US.The protest was a present of solidarity with those that have misplaced their lives in racially-motivated incidents, and comes within the wake of the dying of unarmed African-American George Floyd by law enforcement officials in Minneapolis.It additionally follows a current incident in Jerusalem’s Outdated Metropolis, when a Palestinian resident with autism, Iyad al-Hallak, was killed by Border Police regardless of operating away and being unarmed.Each incidents have sparked quite a few condemnations towards racism and police brutality, in addition to quite a few protests and riots in cities throughout the US, in addition to in cities all over the world.Most of the Independence Park protesters introduced indicators studying a wide range of slogans, together with “Jewish silence is violence,” “Black Lives Matter” and biblical quotes reminiscent of “Tzedek, tzedek tirdof” (Justice, justice you shall pursue” and “Lo ta’amod al dam rei’eha” (Don’t shed your brother’s blood.) Different indicators had the names of current victims of racist violence and police brutality reminiscent of Floyd and Hallak, whereas others have been shorter, merely saying one phrase reminiscent of “solidarity” or “racism” however crossed out.“I can’t stand by and do nothing in regards to the injustice in all places and the continued brutality of regulation enforcement,” one protester, Bonnie Warrington, stated in an announcement. “Now we have to maintain with the momentum till we begin to see actual change.”“I’m out right here right this moment together with my group right here in Jerusalem to indicate solidarity and assist to my brothers and sisters throughout the seas in America,” stated protester Batyah Delmoor.“Irrespective of how far aside we’re, we’re coming collectively right this moment for you, to indicate that you just all matter, all of us matter and that the injustices should finish.”



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