Zionist regime president met with protests as he visits Amsterdam- Video

Protesters angry at the Israeli regime’s genocidal war against the Palestinians trapped in the besieged Gaza Strip, stage a rally as the Zionist regime’s president visits Amsterdam.

The protesters on Sunday called for an immediate ceasefire in the months-long Israeli attacks against Gazans.

Anti-Israel demonstrators waved Palestinian flags and banners, chanting “Never again is now,” a reference to immediately stopping the ongoing genocide of the Palestinians in Gaza.

The protesters from different walks of society, including Jews, booed and shouted slogans as the Israeli president Isaac Herzog and other figures arrived at the Holocaust Museum.

The protesters demanded that the Zionist leader be arrested and tried at the International Criminal Court (ICC) for genocide.

“There’s only one place for him here and that’s the ICC,” said Estelle Jilissen, a 25-year-old consultant.

Protesters had hung signs on lampposts reading, “Detour to International Criminal Court” along the route.

“A lot of Jewish people are against his arrival here as well because the pain of their ancestors, the suffering of their ancestors, is being smeared by this president’s arrival,” said Jilissen.

The Israeli war machine launched its genocidal war on Gaza in early October, killing some 31,000 Palestinians, mostly women and children, so far.

Amsterdam has allocated 900,000 euros ($976,000) for security for the museum, which has large boulders outside it to prevent a vehicle ramming it.

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