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U.S. Air Force Member Sets Himself On Fire In Protest For Gaza

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An active duty member of the U.S. Air Force set himself on fire outside the Israeli embassy in Washington, D.C. in protest of the war in Gaza. Allegedly live-streaming the act on Twitch, he later died from his injuries.
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On Sunday, U.S. Air Force member Aaron Bushnell, 25, set himself on fire near Israel’s embassy in Washington, D.C. in protest of the Israel–Hamas war. Bushnell reportedly live-streamed the act on Twitch, saying...
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So did you, what happened in DC the other day
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No, I actually haven't.
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Brother. What happened?
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Crazy stuff going on.
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So 26 year old Aaron Bushnell,
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a US Air Force active duty member set himself on
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fire in front of the Israeli embassy in Washington DC.
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He, he was quoted as saying he would no longer be
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complicit in the genocide going on.
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Bush now was protesting the war between Israel and Palestine as
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you know, where Israel has killed nearly 30,000 Palestinians.
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And while standing in front of the Israeli Embassy,
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he poured gassing on himself,
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you know,,
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caught himself on fire,
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yelled free Palestine. And meanwhile,
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a cop was just standing looking at him,
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pointing a gun at him.
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Wow. And did he pass away?
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Yeah. Unfortunately he was rushed to the hospital but he didn't
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make it. Oh my gosh.