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JERUSALEM (Worthy News)-- Anti-Semitic rallies took place all across the world stretching as far south as Chile, and as far north as Japan. Protests took place all across major European cities and throughout the United States as Israel continues to destroy Hamas' infrastructure in the Gaza Strip.
As antisemitism rises around the world, Bible scholars point to the fulfillment of prophecy by Jeremiah, "'As the LORD lives who brought up the people of Israel out of the north country and out of all the countries where he had driven them.' For I will bring them back to their own land that I gave to their fathers. "Behold, I am sending for many fishers, declares the LORD, and they shall catch them. And afterward I will send for many hunters, and they shall hunt them from every mountain and every hill, and out of the clefts of the rocks." [Jeremiah 16:15-16]
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Berlin Bans Anti-Semitic Slogan at Gaza Protests - ABC News
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Series of pro-Palestinian protests held in European cities - EuroNews
Several pro-Palestinian demonstrations have been held in European cities, in protest against Israel’s military actions in Gaza.
In London, up to 15,000 demonstrators took part in a march from Downing Street to the Israeli embassy.
In Brussels, some 2,000 people also took to the streets in solidarity with Palestinians in Gaza. The demonstration there was not authorised but the police did not try to prevent it and no violence was reported.
Pro-Palestinian Protests, Propaganda Reach Japan - Arutz Sheva
Some 500 people on Monday staged a silent protest in Tokyo against the bloodshed in Gaza, the biggest such gathering in the Japanese capital since the violence began early this month, organizers told AFP.
Massive pro-Palestinian rally takes Vienna - Jerusalem Post
Thousands of protestors chanted "Israeli terror" on Sunday in Vienna, Austria, marching between the Hofburg Palace and Rathaus Town Hall against Israel's operation in Gaza.
Anti-Israel protests go viral - and violent - in U.S. and Europe - Ha'aretz
Fallout from the hostilities between Israel and Hamas is spreading across Europe and the United States. Protests about the conflict have flared up, much like they did during past battles, increasingly turning confrontational, notably in the United States, Israel’s staunchest ally.
Houston taken by surprise at pro-Palestinian rally - Times of Israel
Approximately 900 pro-Palestinian protestors stood on one of Houston’s busiest roads Sunday to protest the conflict in Gaza and Israel during Operation Protective Edge.
Thousands march in pro-Palestinian protests in Chile - Al Arabiya
About 5,000 demonstrators against Israel's military strikes in Gaza held a protest Saturday in the Chilean capital, home to a sizable Palestinian community.
16 arrested in Nazareth protests against IDF action in Gaza - Ynet News
Thousands of Palestinians took to the streets in Nazareth Monday in protest against the IDF's military actions in the Gaza Strip. 16 were arrested after hundreds emerged from the angery crowd to throw rocks at police forces.
Anti-Jewish leaflets found on cars in Chicago - Chicago Tribune
According to residents in the area, the leaflets made threats to Jewish people in connection with the conflict in Gaza which began on July 8. The leaflets threaten violence if Israel does not pull out of Gaza, according to residents and police.