Demonstrators Flood Manhattan for a Second Night

By Hamodia Staff

Grand Central Terminal in Manhattan. (

For a second night, pre-Palestinian protestors flooded the streets of Manhattan to demand a ceasefire in the ongoing war in Gaza, entering the New York Times building for the second night in a row, and then entering Grand Central Terminal and bringing some train service to a halt, WABC reported.

The demonstration began at 5:00 p.m. at Columbus Circle before and marched to the New York Times headquarters where they vandalized the front of the building with red paint, and then proceeded to the train station, where they disrupted LIRR and Metro-North train service.

Police patrolled the area until early morning Saturday morning and there were six arrests for disorderly conduct.

The previous night, a crowd protested at the New York Times building after blocking traffic in Mid-town Manhattan.

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