Three times pro-Pales­tin­ian pro­test­ers dis­rupt­ed unre­lat­ed events

Three times pro-Palestinian protesters disrupted unrelated events

The war in Gaza has trig­gered large demon­stra­tions across the world, includ­ing in the Unit­ed States.
Pro-Pales­tin­ian pro­test­ers, usu­al­ly call­ing for a cease­fire, have turned to dis­rupt­ing unre­lat­ed events to bring atten­tion to their cause at the pos­si­ble cost of pub­lic sym­pa­thy. The con­tro­ver­sial prac­tice has long been a strat­e­gy of advo­ca­cy groups as a way to keep their cause in the pub­lic spot­light.
GEORGE SANTOS EXPELLED FROM HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
The Wash­ing­ton Exam­in­er reached out to Jew­ish Voice for Peace and If Not Now, two pro-Pales­tin­ian advo­ca­cy groups, to inquire about whether they believe the tac­tic is effec­tive.
Here are three times when pro-Pales­tin­ian pro­test­ers dis­rupt­ed unre­lat­ed events to bring atten­tion to their cause.
Macy’s Thanks­giv­ing Day Parade
The famous annu­al Macy’s Thanks­giv­ing Day Parade has become a sta­ple for many Amer­i­can fam­i­lies on Thanks­giv­ing. It fea­tures cre­ative floats and lead­ing artists. The parade is a tempt­ing tar­get for any advo­ca­cy group.

Pro-Pales­tin­ian pro­test­ers wave their flags …