Amid rising antisemitism and a significant increase in anti-Israel sentiment throughout the United States and around the world, national Jewish organizations announced a “March for Israel” that is scheduled for Nov. 14, at 1 p.m., on the National Mall in Washington, D.C.
The collaborative effort, which is being spearheaded by Jewish Federations of North America and Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations, will bring together Americans from all walks of life to stand publicly and proudly in support of Israel. The event will focus on showing solidarity with Israel, demanding the immediate release of the hostages being held by Hamas and condemning the rise in antisemitic violence and harassment.
The event organizers are optimistic that the March for Israel will draw a huge crowd to the nation’s capital, with a turnout that equals or surpasses that of the pro-Israel rally in 2002 during the Second Intifada and the 1987 rally in support of Soviet Jewry. The crowd size at each of those events on the National Mall was more than 100,000.
A group of local activists in Crown Heights have united with the purpose of organizing bus transportation to the solidarity rally for Israel in Washington, D.C. scheduled for this Tuesday, November 14th.
While procuring buses can be a formidable challenge, we are diligently working to ensure that we can accommodate everyone who wishes to participate.
We kindly request your assistance in this endeavor. If you are available to join us, we ask that you complete a brief form. This will enable the organizers to estimate the number of buses required. Please note that this does not constitute a reservation at this stage, but rather serves as a means to gauge demand.
Once the form is completed, kindly submit it, and we will be in contact with you.
We also encourage you to share the provided link with any family or friends, and even on your Shul Groups, who may have an interest in joining this important cause.
Thank you for your support. May we have the privilege of sharing positive news about Eretz Yisroel and Klal Yisroel as a whole.