The latest news coming from the Israeli-Gaza conflict displays the tense grievances between supporters and protesters of the Biden administration. Recently, both Palestinian and American protesters have been vocalizing their frustrations and dismay towards the Biden administration and its endorsement of the Israeli airstrikes in Gaza. Countering the delegation of bombs to the region, protesters around the world have been chanting, holding signs, and speaking out against this support at every available chance. Though this form of protest is not new, the fervency it is now being met with is unmistakable. In multiple American cities, protesters have gathered in solidarity with the Palestinian people; some demonstrators in Chicago even lay prone in an attempt to replicate the masses of victims accordingly. These displays of unsuppressed outrage are well-documented on social media, with one frequent chant boldly echoing a message of ‘no justice, no peace!’ It is clear that these protesters are no longer being silent and are vocally challenging the Biden administration over Gaza. Demonstrations are continuing to take place around the globe and local authorities will be forced to deal with the logistical issues arising from the crowds. Most importantly, though, the significance of these protests cannot be overstated. The shouts and chants of Palestinian-American protesters are sending a powerful message to the Biden administration: their support for the Israeli airstrikes in Gaza is unacceptable. It only takes a glance at these scenes of resolute crowds of people to understand the deep-seated grievances that underpin this negative reaction towards the United States’ actions. No matter how incomprehensible the circumstances may be, it is unequivocally clear that the protesters’ pleas will not be ignored; at every chance, their voices will be heard.