Former soldiers set fire to US military uniforms

Some former US servicemen have set fire to their military uniforms in tribute to US Airman Aaron Bushnell, who committed suicide in protest of Israel’s genocide.

Bushnell set himself on fire in front of the Israeli embassy in Washington, DC, last Sunday to protest against Israel’s brutal aggression, genocide, and crimes against humanity in the besieged Gaza Strip.

In tribute to his move, US ex-servicemen set their clothes on fire on Friday. Through this, they protested the US government’s unwavering support for Israel. News: Middle East Monitor.

In the footage circulating on social media, some people pour gasoline into a trash can, put their military uniforms in it, and set it on fire. People stationed there could be heard chanting slogans for the liberation of Palestine.

Several men threw their military uniforms inside the trash can and burned them. Where military uniforms were set on fire, banners bearing slogans for the liberation of Palestine could be seen.

Aaron Bushnell chanted for the liberation of Palestine before committing suicide. At that time, he shouted, Israel is carrying out genocide against innocent Palestinians in Gaza with the connivance of our ruling class.