IP - Anti-Zionist Jews in the occupied al-Quds protested a rally on Tuesday against the Israeli regime's state.

Iran Press/West Asia: Following a commemoration ceremony marking the unfortunate 76th anniversary of Nakba 76 [the Israeli catastrophe to Palestinians in 1948], the anti-Zionist Israelis marched through the streets of the occupied al-Quds with banners condemning the state of Israel and its atrocities.

One banner read "Jews condemning the state of Israel," while another proclaimed "Jews are not Zionists." 

After marching in the occupied al-Quds, the Zionist police arrived and viciously attacked the protesters, arresting some of them.

The protest reconvened, and Zionist flags were burned in defiance.
The protests are just part of a wave being shaped in the occupied territories of Palestine, including Tel Aviv, throughout the world. 

The American student protest movement began on April 17 at Columbia University in New York; the protesting students called on the university to cut off its relations with the Israeli institutions involved in the war on Gaza. The movement spilled over to other parts of the world including Europe. 

What made the wave was the Israeli unprecedented genocide of the Palestinian people began on October 7, as the result of which over 35,200 people have so far been martyred and over 78,100 others have been wounded; In addition, the Gazans are struggling with famine and starvation created due to the war.

Israel has occupied Palestine since 1948.

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