Yesterday Matt and I were able to attend this rally in Boston. Below the following link is a series of pictures that I took while we attended the march and rally. In short, what the protesters did was meet at Congregation Kehilath Israel, listened to speakers talk for about an hour, then marched around the block. Some of the speakers were quite famous, including Rev. Fumio Taku, the leader of Christians and Jews United For Israel. I took video of some of the dancing as well as the speeches but in the interests of time I wanted to get all of the pictures in one place.
The rally was mostly pro-Israel, but there was a large focus on keeping Jerusalem undivided. In the later videos you will see that many of the speakers were talking about how Jerusalem is the eternal capital of the Jewish people and should remain that way. There also was an undercurrent of anti-Obama sentiment as well. There is one woman's sign that referred to the "Chicago mafia." One man I was standing next to referred to him as "that Muslim anti-Christ in the White House." Not cool, but I'll be talking more about that later as well.
There were about three hundred people in the rally, by Matt's estimation. There were also a grand total of seven people who showed up to counter-protest. Ones of note include a man who wore, in the words of one of the speakers, "a dress" (Muslim garb) and held up a sign that said "Obama is a Jewish puppet." There was also a young woman who had a sign that said "Victory For Hamas." Anyway, here are the pictures.