NEW PHOTOS from the D.C. pro-Palestine rally show signs comparing Jews to Nazis
Campus Reform recently attended the largest pro-Palestinian rally in American history.
Original images from the event feature signs equating Nazis and Jews, vandalism, and more.
Campus Reform Student Reporter William Biagini covered the largest pro-Palestine march in American history on Nov. 4 that took place in Freedom Plaza in Washington, D.C.
Here are some exclusive images from the event that showcase what the anti-Israeli activists stand for.
One image features a woman holding a sign equating the German Nazi flag to the current Israeli flag. “They curse Hitler day and night but they have surpassed Hitler in barbarism [sic],” it reads.
Several signs featured swastikas.
One sign carried by a protester combineed both the Israeli flag and the German swastika Nazi flag into one.
Another image features a pro-Palestinian image stamped over an image picture of George Washington. The protesters also reportedly left pro-Palestine graffiti near the White House.
Here, anti-Israeli protesters can be seen carrying both the LGBTQ+ flag alongside the Palestinian flag.
The image also shows one individual in the background carrying a sign that reads “From the river to the sea,” which is the first part of the now-infamous pro-Palestinian chant of “From the river to the sea, Palestine will be free.”
Protesters carried a large banner that called for the honoring of Palestinian “martyrs.”
Watch the full footage of the rally on YouTube.