US Cities On High Alert Amid Hamas’ ‘Day of Rage’ Threats

A masked Palestinian militant gives a speech in a press conference during a military drill by Hamas and other Palestinian armed factions on a beach in Gaza City on December 29, 2020. (Photo by MOHAMMED ABED / AFP) (Photo by MOHAMMED ABED/AFP via Getty Images)
Local and federal law enforcement agencies across the US are increasing patrols after a former Hamas leader called on supporters to unleash chaos in what is being called a ‘day of rage.’ In New York City, Morgan Stanley employees were allowed to remote work today as an “All Out For Palestine” rally in Times Square, near the bank’s headquarters, presents security risks, according to Bloomberg. Google parent Alphabet Inc. employees in NYC were told they

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