Watch: Hundreds March Through Manhattan Calling for Gaza Ceasefire

They are saying “from the river to the sea.”

How long before we can say “from the ocean to the ocean” in reference to American liberation from Jewish occupation?

I feel for the Palestinians, but the biggest reason I feel for them is that we’re in the exact same situation. Theirs is more brutal in some ways, in others ours is more brutal (they don’t have child trannies in Gaza). But we are both occupied, oppressed, repressed, abused, and dominated by the Jews.

It’s one struggle.

It’s time for these leftist protesters to realize that.

New York Post:

Hundreds of anti-Israel protesters, including high school and college students, marched through Manhattan Friday during the evening rush hour — leading to several arrests when some in the group refused to clear the street.

The rally started around 3 p.m. at the New York Public Library on Fifth Avenue, where demonstrators stood on the steps shouting “Free Palestine,” as others played drums and chanted “From the land to the sea, Palestine will be free.”

Some protesters from the School of Visual Arts stood in Bryant Park with huge banners that said “SVA Students against Genocide.” Others, notably a number from Hunter College, held smaller signs that read “CUNY students stand in solidarity.”

Students from Wesleyan University and NYU — as well as Midwood High School and Fort Hamilton High School in Brooklyn — participated in the protest.

Tensions flared when two men stood opposite the demonstration with an Israeli and American flag. Pro-Palestinian demonstrators attempted to rip the flags out of the man’s hand and pushed him at point before police intervened.

Around 5 p.m., the crowd, some 300-strong, began to march down Fifth Avenue. Traffic ground to a halt as the protesters poured into the street.

The group stopped outside of the New York Times building, where police guarded the entrance.

New York Times you can’t hide, we charge you with genocide,” the ralliers yelled.

Regardless of their affiliations, I support anyone who is protesting the Jews.

It’s good to see.

Elvis Dunderhoff contributed to this article.