BREAKING: Pro-Palestinian protesters disrupt Black Friday shopping in NYC, demand 'Intifada revolution’

"Nov 24 is not Black Friday," a post from The People’s Forum read. "It’s people’s day for Palestine."

Hannah Nightingale Washington DC

As Black Friday shoppers go about their day in New York City, pro-Palestinian protestors have gathered in the city to disrupt one of the biggest shopping days of the year.

"Nov 24 is not Black Friday," a post from The People’s Forum read. "It’s people’s day for Palestine."

In videos taken by field reporter Julio Rosa, protestors were seen marching through the streets with Palestinian flags and signs, chanting, "there will be no shopping while bombs are dropping."

Protestors outside of Macy’s yelled at shoppers through megaphones, shouting, "Why are you shopping? Bombs are dropping."

On Friday morning, a ceasefire began between the Palestinian terrorist group Hamas and Israel as a multi-day hostage release agreement took effect.

In Washington Square Park, protestors chanted "Biden you’re a f*cking liar, you set Palestine on fire," in a video taken by Timcast News shows.

The protesters chanted, "There is only one solution, Intifada revolution."

In Manhattan, protestors were seen in footage from freedomnews marching with a giant Palestinian flag, requiring dozens of people to hold it up and spanning the entire width of the street.

This is a breaking story and will be updated.

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