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Aaron Bushnell: US airman set himself ablaze outside Israeli embassy | Know all about him | Oneindia

Aaron Bushnell: US airman set himself ablaze outside Israeli embassy | Know all about him | Oneindia

A tragic incident unfolded outside the Israeli embassy in Washington DC on Sunday.

A US military service member, identified as Aaron Bushnell, set himself on fire in an apparent protest against the ongoing Israel-Hamas war.

Donned in military attire, Bushnell recorded himself shouting 'Free Palestine' before immolating himself, decrying what he called a "genocide" in Gaza.

Despite swift intervention by the Secret Service, Bushnell later succumbed to his injuries.

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