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Pro-Palestinian Protesters Breach US Military Supply Ship

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Pro-Palestinian protesters blocked a U.S. military supply ship, the Cape Orlando, from leaving an Oakland port, believing it was carrying weapons to Israel.

The protesters locked themselves to the ship and blocked its entrance.

The demonstration called for a cease-fire in the Israel-Hamas conflict.

The three protesters were later removed by authorities, and the ship left port.

Protestor Meena Abushamala exclaimed she was “enraged that our taxpayer dollars [are] funding this genocide and the continued ethnic cleansing of our people.”

The Arab Resource Organizing Center organized the protest and claimed the ship was carrying weapons.

There has been no confirmation that the vessel was headed to Israel.

Palestinian Hamas terrorists killed over 1,400 innocent civilians, including 33 Americans. Potentially hundreds of people were taken hostages.

IDF Lieutenant Colonel Richard Hecht said the Hamas music festival massacre “is the largest number of Jews killed in one day since the Holocaust.”

Israel has targeted known Hamas locations with its airstrikes and missiles.

In Gaza, the death toll climbed to 8,000 Palestinians as Israel launches a counterattack to destroy Hamas.

Hamas notoriously use their own people as human shields, including women and children. The terror group also kills Palestinians who attempt to flee.

This makes it incredibly difficult for Israel to defend itself while avoiding innocent casualties.

Israel has repeatedly warned innocent civilians, as well as women and children, to evacuate the northern part of the Gaza Strip.

The Israeli military is preparing tens of thousands of soldiers to capture Gaza City and destroy Hamas’ current leadership.

Three senior Israeli military officers outlined the unclassified details about the counterattack. IDF says its main goal is to destroy the top political and military hierarchy of Hamas.

The assault is expected to be Israel’s “biggest ground operation since it invaded Lebanon in 2006.”

This also the first time that Israel has attempted to capture land and at least briefly hold onto it since its invasion of Gaza in 2008.

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