Pro-Palestine protestors storm defence minister Richard Marles' office and call ... trends now
Pro-Palestinian protesters are refusing to leave the electorate office of Defence Minister Richard Marles after storming in and demanding an end to the war.
The group of over two dozen masked protestors have been performing a sit-in demonstration in the Brougham Street office in Geelong in Victoria since 10am.
Some have chained themselves to a ladder while others can be seen holding banners with 'ALP SUPPORTS ETHNIC CLEANSING' and 'STOP ARMING ISRAEL'.
Several demonstrators have uploaded photos and videos of themselves inside the office online and are describing themselves as anti-Zionist.
Police are currently at the scene.
Protestors have stormed into the electorate office of Defence Minister Richard Marles in Geelong, Victoria
The Jewish-led group has been participating in a sit-in protest since 10am on Wednesday and are calling for a ceasefire and for Australia to stop supporting Israel
There is a heavy police presence currently at the scene to ensure that the public remains safe
A statement released by the group during the siege has claimed that one of their leaders was Noemie Huttner-Koros, a Jewish artist and writer.
Nazeem Hussain has lashed out at Anthony Albanese for siding with Israel during a fiery speech at a protest rally.