In New York, a silent march was held for the babies and children who lost their lives in Israel's attacks on Gaza.

Thousands of Americans, mostly of Jewish descent, filled Times Square, which attracts a lot of tourists due to the Christmas and New Year season, demanding an end to Israel's attacks on civilians in Gaza.
 
The protesters, mostly elderly people, carried shrouded models of Palestinian babies and children killed by Israeli soldiers and photos of some of the children who lost their lives.

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Gathering at 42nd Street's Bryant Park, the activists marched to Times Square amid the gaze of New Yorkers and tourists, leaving shrouded model babies on Broadway Street.

"CEASEFIRE NOW"

Drawing attention to the thousands of babies who have lost their lives in the attacks on Gaza since October 7, the demonstrators chanted melodiously the slogan "Ceasefire now".

The demonstration of the activists, almost all of whom were dressed in black dresses and were trying to raise awareness in support of Palestine in the center of New York with quiet and calm steps, attracted a lot of attention.

On the other hand, a group of protesters in New York State marched for the children who lost their lives as a result of Israel's attacks on Gaza.
 
Gathered demonstrators flooded Zuccotti Park, the World Trade Center and Wall Street.

GAZA DEATH TOLL EXCEEDS 21,000

In the Israeli attacks on the Gaza Strip, 21,320 Palestinians, including at least 8,800 children and 6,300 women, were killed and 55,603 people were injured.
 
Israel announced that 1,200 Israelis were killed and 5,132 wounded in the attacks on October 7.