Palestinian protesters targeted the home of the President of a Jewish organization in Brentwood, California during Thanksgiving. Palestine supporters while wearing masks gathered outside the premises and threw smoke grenades at his house, poured fake blood and placed fake baby body bags on his driveway and lawn.
The group Stop Antisemitism posted a video on the social media platform X of a group of black-clad individuals throwing smoke bombs into the yard of the Brentwood, California, home of Michael Tuchin, president of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee.
The activists of the ‘Peoples City Council’, an activism group tweeted that they were giving the Jewish organization president a ‘holiday wake-up call.’
In the weeks since the Israel-Hamas war erupted on Oct. 7, people across the globe have taken to the streets en masse — some in support of Israel and some in support of Palestinians.
In Tel Aviv, Israel, friends and family of some 240 hostages held by Hamas in Gaza call for their return as they participate in a five-day “March for the Hostages” from Tel Aviv to the Prime Minister’s Office in Jerusalem.
In Manila, the capital of the Philippines, activists scuffle with police while marching toward the United States Embassy in solidarity with the Palestinians. In Washington, D.C., a river of people fills the National Mall in support of Israel — a sea of Israeli and U.S. flags.
Israel, the United States and Qatar have been negotiating for weeks over a hostage release that would be paired with a temporary cease-fire in Gaza and the entry of more humanitarian aid.