“We Are the Red Line”: Protesters Surround White House Calling for an End to the Genocide

On Saturday, June 8, 2024, over a hundred thousand people gathered in Washington, D.C., surrounding the White House. Protesters formed a symbolic red line around the White House, calling for an end to the eight-month Israel-Hamas war in Gaza and urging American leaders to press Israel not to invade Rafah, where airstrikes were reported Saturday.

As the conflict enters its ninth month, the demonstrators chanted “From D.C. to Palestine, we are the red line” while holding a long banner listing the names of Palestinians killed by Israeli forces.

Members of Neturei Karta were among the 100,000 protesters, holding banners against the state of Israel and making it clear that Israel does not speak in the name of the Jewish people

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