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US Airman Aaron Bushnell Honored in West Bank, Street Named After Him

A street in the West Bank, Occupied Palestine, was named after Aaron Bushnell. 

The late pro-Palestine American Air Force soldier who self-immolated outside the Israeli Embassy in Washington in protest of the ongoing onslaught by the Israeli regime in Gaza, has struck a chord with many Palestinians, including but not limited to the Palestinian Resistance themselves. 

Shortly after the death of Aaron Bushnell, the Palestinian Resistance released a statement that said, “The heroic pilot, Aaron Bushnell, will remain immortal in the memory of our Palestinian people and the free people of the world, and a symbol of the spirit of global human solidarity with our people and their just cause.”

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