‘Genocide in Palestine’ – US Air Force member sets self on fire

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‘Genocide in Palestine’, According to CNN, on Sunday, a member of the United States Air Force set himself on fire and yelled “Free Palestine” in front of the Israeli Embassy in Washington, District of Columbia, before setting himself on fire.

Several reports indicate that the man was an active member of the US Air Force, identified as Aaron Bushnell, according to reports from the scene.

His live stream on the social media platform Twitch was on point of view according to witnesses. When he walked into the room, he set down his phone, doused himself with a fluid, and then set it alight. He stated that he would not participate in genocide anymore. He said that the suffering of Palestinians is nothing compared to what he was about to do.

According to the spokesman for the US Air Force, Rose Riley, the incident involves a member of the active duty service. She confirmed that an active-duty serviceman was involved in today’s incident.

Bushnell was reported to be in a serious condition by the Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) and was taken to a hospital for hospitalization. As a result of the publication, the MPD announced that the secret service, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives, as well as the MPD will be reviewing the situation together.

It was reported last week that the death toll for the Israeli military genocide in Gaza, of which 30,000 have reportedly been killed so far, has now passed 30,000. Pro-Palestinian demonstrators were protesting outside the embassy, calling for a ceasefire.

Timenews provided that news.

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