Capitol Police Arrest Dozens After Anti-Israel Demonstrators Storm Into Senate Office Cafeteria

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Capitol Police detained dozens of anti-Israel protesters Tuesday following an alleged disruptive demonstration inside the Dirksen Senate Office Building, New York Post reported.

Members of Christians for a Free Palestine and the feminist group Code Pink allegedly stormed into the cafeteria of the senate office building to rally as they carried banners with slogans like “Senate can’t eat until Gaza eats!” They entered the building around 12:30 p.m, which eventually led to their arrest for illegal protest activities, according to the New York Post.

“Approximately 50 people were arrested for illegally demonstrating inside the Dirksen Senate Office Building this afternoon. It is illegal to demonstrate inside any of the Congressional Buildings,” Capitol Police told the New York Post.

Dozens of anti-Israel protesters arrested after storming cafeteria in Senate office building: cops — Richard Goldberg (@rich_goldberg) April 9, 2024

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