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Shocking display at pro-Palestine rallies in Sydney and Melbourne

Sunday’s anti-Israel protests in Sydney and Melbourne have produced confrontational displays of fake bloodied corpses and compared the Jewish state to Nazi Germany in a stark display of the anger driving the pro-Palestinian movement.

The Sydney rally, organized by the Palestine Action Group Sydney, met in Hyde Park at 1pm and demanded an end to what it called Israel’s ‘massacre’ in Gaza.

“We need everyone to help us spread the message and convince more and more people to take a stand and fight to stop this genocide,” the group said on Facebook.

Crowds of Palestinian flags were seen waving in the hot sun and people wearing black shirts read: “Stop the genocide.”

A boy is also seen carrying a pile of towels wrapped in a sheet with red colors representing the body of a dead Palestinian child.

Sunday's anti-Israel protests in Sydney and Melbourne produced confrontational displays of fake bloodied corpses and compared the Jewish state to Nazi Germany in a stark display of the anger driving the Pro-Palestinian movement

Sunday’s anti-Israel protests in Sydney and Melbourne produced confrontational displays of fake bloodied corpses and compared the Jewish state to Nazi Germany in a stark display of the anger driving the Pro-Palestinian movement

The Sydney rally, organized by the Palestine Action Group Sydney, met in Hyde Park at 1pm and demanded an end to what it called Israel's 'massacre' in Gaza.

The Sydney rally, organized by the Palestine Action Group Sydney, met in Hyde Park at 1pm and demanded an end to what it called Israel's 'massacre' in Gaza.

The Sydney rally, organized by the Palestine Action Group Sydney, met in Hyde Park at 1pm and demanded an end to what it called Israel’s ‘massacre’ in Gaza.

Another sign from the rally reads: “Queer Jews Against a New Holocaust.”

The rally featured a man wearing a shirt that read: “From the river to the sea, Palestine will be free,” a common pro-Palestine slogan that some critics interpret as a call for the destruction of the Jewish state .

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In Melbourne, demonstrators gathered at the State Library.

Israel has been bombing the Gaza Strip for more than a month. Thousands of Palestinian men, women and children have been killed and thousands more injured,” Free Palestine Melbourne said on Facebook.

“All this is a continuation, in a terribly escalated form, of Israel’s 75 years of war against the Palestinian people, including 16 years of brutal siege of Gaza.”

Israel left the Gaza Strip in 2005 and terrorist group Hamas took control of the densely populated swathe of land and murdered Palestinian opponents of the regime.

Israel left the Gaza Strip in 2005 and terrorist group Hamas took control of the densely populated swathe of land and murdered Palestinian opponents of the regime.

Israel left the Gaza Strip in 2005 and terrorist group Hamas took control of the densely populated swathe of land and murdered Palestinian opponents of the regime.

Protesters are demanding a ceasefire against the war and Sunday's marches coincide with a possible agreement between Israel and Hamas to cease hostilities for a period of five days.

Protesters are demanding a ceasefire against the war and Sunday's marches coincide with a possible agreement between Israel and Hamas to cease hostilities for a period of five days.

Protesters are demanding a ceasefire against the war and Sunday’s marches coincide with a possible agreement between Israel and Hamas to cease hostilities for a period of five days.

Israel left the Gaza Strip in 2005 and terrorist group Hamas took control of the densely populated swathe of land and murdered Palestinian opponents of the regime.

Photos from the Melbourne rally show Palestinian flags marked with bloody fists and messages scrawled on red, white and green hearts that read: “End the siege of Gaza” and “shame on Israel, shame on you.”

Another sign suggests that Israel has played the ‘victim’ in world history and reads: ‘sorry Israel, your victim card has been declined’.

Another sign shows images of Nazi dictator Adolf Hitler and Jewish Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu side by side, with the phrase: ‘same s**t, different a**hole’.

Adolf Hitler led the Nazi war machine that slaughtered six million Jews in Europe in the 1930s and 1940s.

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Police have devoted significant resources to the rallies to ensure public safety.

Protesters are demanding a ceasefire against the war and Sunday’s marches coincide with a possible agreement between Israel and Hamas to cease hostilities for a period of five days.

US media outlet The Washington Post reports that the US-brokered ceasefire would allow both sides to free women and children hostages.

The most recent outbreak of war began on October 7, when Hamas massacred hundreds of Israeli civilians, including the elderly, women and children, in a surprise attack on the Jewish state.

The most recent outbreak of war began on October 7, when Hamas massacred hundreds of Israeli civilians, including the elderly, women and children, in a surprise attack on the Jewish state.

The most recent outbreak of war began on October 7, when Hamas massacred hundreds of Israeli civilians, including the elderly, women and children, in a surprise attack on the Jewish state.

The most recent outbreak of war began on October 7, when Hamas massacred hundreds of Israeli civilians, including the elderly, women and children, in a surprise attack on the Jewish state.

The terrorists have kidnapped 240 Israelis and taken them hostage in Gaza.

Israel responded with violence by bombing the area.

The bombing campaign, while targeting Hamas fighters, has resulted in thousands of Palestinian deaths, including children and Palestinian men and women not affiliated with Hamas.

The battle has sparked anger in Australia, with multiple pro-Palestinian rallies in major cities across the country.

Some rallies showed anti-Semitic sentiments, including a rally at the Sydney Opera House two days after the Hamas attack, where a group of men chanted “f**k the Jews” and “gas the Jews.”

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