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Shalom! Tens of thousands flood Washington, D.C., in support of Israel

Published in Blog on November 14, 2023 by Brianna Kraemer

Nearly 300,000 people gathered in Washington, D.C. to march for Israel on Tuesday afternoon in a powerful display of unity. 

The “March for Israel” demonstration was organized by a coalition of Jewish organizations and was intended to denounce the rising antisemitism seen across the country as the war between Israel and Hamas has continued for over a month. 

Organizers expected over 100,000 people to turn out, but reports say an estimated 290,000 people ultimately attended the rally to show solidarity for the Jewish state. Congressional leaders of both parties joined in the rally on the National Mall, rising above politics in a show of bipartisan stability for America’s ally. 

“Shalom!” cried House Democratic Leader Jeffries "We must also decisively address the cancer of anti-Semitism with the fierce urgency of now. An attack on any of us is an attack on all of us."

“The calls for a ceasefire are outrageous,” declared Speaker of the House Mike Johnson, sparking the chant, “No ceasefire!” 

Other members of the Congress joined in the rally on the National Mall, including Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer and Sens. John Fetterman and Joni Ernst. 

Mayor Muriel Bowser deployed the National Guard to assist the police with heightened security. Tuesday's event comes after thousands of pro-Palestinian demonstrators protested in Washington, D.C., on Nov. 4. 

In the face of uncertainties,Convention of States President Mark Meckler recently encouraged, we must stay vigilant, informed, and prepared. 

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