Palestine Demonstrators Protest During Auschwitz Memorial Event

Palestine protesters descended upon a Holocaust memorial event at the Auschwitz-Birkenau death camps.

At the usually silent “March of the Living” event, which is attended by thousands of people, demonstrators shouted and reportedly confronted some attendees.

An estimated 8,000 people, including 55 survivors of the Holocaust and others who survived the October 7 attack against Israel, took part in the march.

According to the Times of Israel, nine pro-Palestine organizers waved flags and accused Israel of committing “another genocide.”

“Are you not ashamed of what your government is doing?” one protestor exclaimed.

One of the marchers reportedly shouted at the protesters, “There’s no such thing as Palestine,” while another event attendee told them to “avoid provocations.”

Journalist India Naftali shared a video of the protesters on X, saying, “Right now, I am at a march honoring the Holocaust and right behind me is a Palestinian protest when we are honoring the lives of 6 million murdered Jews and 5 million other non-Jews.”

Another individual wrote on social media, “You have to be particularly disgusting to protest outside a Death Camp. As always, the pro-terror mob rose to the challenge by protesting outside Auschwitz on #HolocaustMemorialDay.”