Earlier in the day at the Palestine protest in Montreal, Quebec protesters kicked in the windows at the building that houses the Israeli consulate. pic.twitter.com/1NZhCdaFST
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Earlier in the day at the Palestine protest in Montreal, Quebec protesters kicked in the windows at the building that houses the Israeli consulate.pic.twitter.com/IcqG8Ea8Qn
— Marie Oakes (@TheMarieOakes) May 16, 2021
Protesters chanting “F*ck, F*ck Israel”, “Israel terrorist” outside of the Israeli consulate in Montreal.
— Marie Oakes (@TheMarieOakes) May 15, 2021
Thousands gather at pro-Palestine demonstration in Montreal; trash building that houses Israeli consulate
By Montreal Gazette, May 16, 2021
Chanting “Free free Palestine” and waving Palestinian flags and placards, thousands of pro-Palestinian protesters filled the streets of downtown Montreal on Saturday to condemn the escalating conflict in Israel and Gaza.
“We are here to raise awareness of what is going on in Gaza, because we don’t think many people know what is happening,” said Mohamed Akkak. “We are Algerians, but we are here in support of our Palestinian brothers and sisters. We want the world to act. People are suffering there.”
Protesters gathered outside the office towers at 1 Westmount Square, home to the Israeli consulate, at the corner of Ste-Catherine St. and Wood Ave., near Atwater Ave. at 1 p.m. in a peaceful gathering, under the watch of Montreal police. After an hour at the square, protesters marched down Ste-Catherine St. to congregate at Dorchester Square and listen to speeches.
— Montreal Gazette (@mtlgazette) May 15, 2021
There were few incidents, with the exception of one individual who smashed a plate glass window at the office tower, and was quickly berated by other protesters, and then arrested by police. Small groups of protesters threw projectiles at police, the Montreal police force reported, and four arrests were made — one for mischief for breaking the window, one for assaulting a police officer and two for armed assault of a police officer. Police pepper sprayed some protesters who refused to vacate the area at Westmount Square.
Motorcades of protesters honking their horns, waving flags and shouting support snaked through the streets surrounding the demonstration.
Montreal’s rally was one of hundreds held around the world over the last days, including in New York, Barcelona, London, Cape Town and Sydney, as the worst escalation in violence between the two groups since 2014 continued to spiral.
A 12-storey Gaza tower block housing the offices of the U.S.-based Associated Press and Qatar-based broadcaster Al Jazeera as well as other offices and apartments collapsed on Saturday after being struck by Israeli missiles.
The owner of the building had been warned in advance of an impending Israeli missile strike, a Reuters reporter said, and the building had been evacuated. No injuries were reported.
Montreal, Canada: Fight breaking out between protesters at the Palestine protest outside of the Israeli consulate. Damage to a neighbouring residential buildings property resulted. pic.twitter.com/zQCSWJmbMw
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