A Jewish man died in Los Angeles late on Monday, according to local law enforcement. During an altercation with a pro-Palestinian activist in North Los Angeles, the man sustained injuries to his head.

The 65-year-old victim in the incident was Paul Kessler.

Witnesses reported that an older Jewish guy and a teenage pro-Palestinian activist got into a verbal altercation. Abruptly, the protester struck the old guy over the head with a megaphone he was holding.

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After bleeding to the ground, the injured man was quickly sent to the hospital. Unfortunately, a cerebral hemorrhage was found to be the cause of his death. Israeli witnesses to the incident called it a “terrifying sight” and expressed disbelief that it had happened in their area.

The attacker used their mobile device to record the assault, and the video has been taken by the local police as proof in their current investigation. Although the case and its investigation have been acknowledged by the police, they have not yet provided any additional information, such as whether the suspect has been taken into custody.

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The Israel-Gaza conflict has claimed the lives of around 10,000 Palestinians, and Israel is under increasing pressure to relax the limitations on Gaza. Discussions over appropriate forms of protest in the context of worldwide turmoil have been sparked by a strong stance on the subject.

Recently, Pro-Palestinian demonstrators gathered in tens of thousands to march in cities across the globe on Saturday, including Paris, Milan, and Washington, calling for an end to Israel’s offensive in Gaza. The pain and increasing number of civilian deaths brought on by the Israel-Hamas conflict are causing protestors to become more and more alarmed.

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With the ongoing shelling of Gaza Strip hospitals and civilian areas, protestors expressed discontent with their government’s support of Israel. This was particularly the case in countries with substantial Muslim populations, such as the United States, the United Kingdom, and France.