Early morning travelers at John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) encountered unexpected delays on Friday as a pro-Palestinian protest temporarily blocked a major access road. Reporter Natalie Migliore provides the details.
The disruption began before sunrise, with a group of protestors gathering on a key roadway leading into the airport. Their aim, according to reports, was to draw attention to the Palestinian cause and highlight ongoing concerns about human rights in the region.
While the specific demands of the protestors remain unclear, their chosen location – a vital transportation artery for air travelers – inevitably caused significant inconvenience. Frustration mounted among. . .