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'His message needs to get out. And we also need to make sure that we are supporting anybody else that's like Aaron,' says former Army intelligence officer | Hundreds of people came to the Israeli Embassy in Washington, D.C. Monday evening to collectively mourn the US airman who died after setting himself ablaze in protest of Israel's ongoing war in Gaza. Many hoped that the death of Aaron Bushnell, 25, an active-duty member of the US Air Force, would spark change in US President Joe Biden's hitherto unwavering support for the war. Bushnell set himself ablaze in front of Israel’s Embassy on Sunday afternoon in protest of its ongoing war in the besieged Gaza Strip and US support for the offensive. He was taken to a hospital but died from the injuries he sustained.

Bushnell immortalized in memory of Palestinians, free people: Hamas (Al Mayadeen)
Who is Aaron Bushnell, the US airman who set himself on fire? (TRT World)
Palestinian deaths in Gaza by Israeli attacks since Oct. 7 near 30,000 (Anadolu)


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