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US National Guard Assists Pro-Israeli Rally for Foreign Entity

The National Guard assisted a pro-Israeli rally for a foreign entity in Washington DC. 

The National Guard is usually “called up to respond to state-level emergencies, such as natural disasters” Their intervention in a pro Israeli rally was  uncalled for, compelling critics to question the cost on taxpayers. 

The rally, “March for Israel,” was organized by the Jewish Federations of North America.The permit stated up to 60,000 people were expected to “show solidarity and support for Israel and the Israeli People” in the wake of the Israeli Regime’s acts of violence and war crimes  against the Palestinians since October 7, 2023. 

“March to free the hostages. March against antisemitism. March for peace,” organizers posted on X on Monday. 

Washington Mayor Muriel Bowser said Monday that police had “asked for mutual assistance and support from the National Guard” and, with road closures planned, “the National Guard will be supporting some traffic safety points.”

“We continue to monitor and we expect a large gathering,” Bowser said. “We are paying attention to the numbers of buses that are coming, and I think we can expect tens of thousands of people.”

Reports of a bribe paid to protesters to attend the pro-Israeli event have surfaced, stating that the ICC (Israel on Campus Coalition) offered $250 to college students to attend the rally.

Hananya Natfali, an Israeli Regime influencer, posted a video on X from the rally claiming that “200,000 people attend(ed) the pro-Israel rally in Washington DC.”

However social media users were quick to point out the low number of people in comparison to Natfali’s estimate, saying “bro never saw 200,000 people together” and “how many got paid to be there and that ain’t 200,000.”

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