Pro-Palestine Demonstrators Gather Outside Biden’s Delaware Home

( – At the end of October, the National Muslim Democratic Council penned a letter to President Joe Biden and the leadership of the Democratic Party itself and warned that they would regret not finding a way to broker a ceasefire in Gaza. For the sake of clarification, the letter’s threats were purely related to NMDC’s ability to sway America’s Islamic voting bloc and had nothing whatsoever to do with calls to violence.

The organization’s October 30th note gave its recipients until 5 p.m. the following day to convince the Israeli government to pause hostilities. If they were unable to follow through, the letter warned that NMDC would be mobilizing Muslim swing state voters to action.

Their piece reminded President Biden and his party of what they said was his dependence on Muslim voters in the 2020 presidential election. It is not yet clear if protestors that gathered outside Biden’s home in Delaware on November 11th were sent there by elements from NMDC or not, but it would likely not surprise many if that were indeed the case.

While the Commander-in-Chief was attending an Arlington National Cemetery event on Veteran’s Day, protestors flocked to his residence in his home state. Hundreds of people wearing abayas and carrying Palestinian flags descended on the area in his absence, many of whom were reportedly also holding signs accusing the Commander-in-Chief of genocide.

Whereas hundreds of people were said to have shown up to protest the President’s support of Israel in Delaware, a far greater number made their case outside the White House a few days earlier. Some outlets have suggested that as many as 100,000 took part, though others have said only tens of thousands were involved.

No matter the total number, protestors were filmed shaking fencing and gates around the White House in what some have suggested was an attempt to get inside. Protestors applied red paint, symbolizing blood, to support columns.

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( – After the October 7th surprise attack by Hamas against Israel the Israeli military activated roughly 360,000 reservists both in the country and abroad. Hamas’s fighting force is estimated to be 30-40,000 men currently occupying tunnels and bombed-out buildings in Gaza’s northern half.

Foreign mercenaries have also traveled to Israel, and their presence was indicated by a report from a Spanish newspaper, El Mundo, that published remarks from one of the mercenaries who claimed they were running border control between Gaza and Jordan. There is no border between Gaza and Jordan. He may have mislabeled the Golan Heights which is a disputed territory between Israel and Syria that shares a border with Jordan.

The quote came from Pedro Diaz Flores, a Spanish national who previously made headlines discussing his work with the infamous neo-Nazi Azov battalion in Ukraine.

Flores suggested the Israelis “pay very well.” saying he was receiving 3,900 euros per week, plus bonuses. His story is contradicted by an Israeli military spokesman who claimed they have “no knowledge of this case.” He was previously presumed dead by the Russians after fighting in Ukraine. El Mundo is reporting otherwise, though it’s unclear how they established his identity.

Flores claims that private military contractors are all over Israel, but that their roles are limited to security and border control. He claims they are not involved in fighting Hamas directly.

Last month shortly after the news of the Hamas surprise attacks broke, social media reports began to circulate that mercenaries who were previously working for Ukraine are shifting their interests to Israel. The fighting in Ukraine has stalled, especially as the winter in the area limits combat to long-range strikes.

Viral videos have been shown to be faked which appeared to suggest the Israeli military was targeting Ukrainians for recruitment. The number of foreign mercenaries fighting in Ukraine has shifted throughout the conflict, with as many as 20,000 fighters from abroad being reportedly involved per statements from the Ukrainian military.

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