Many Democrat representatives and senators are planning to protest or boycott Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's address to Congress next month, and are even discussing counter-programing the speech.

Axios, citing six sources familiar with the planning, reported that there had been multiple discussions about counter-programming, primarily among progressives but including other Democratic lawmakers as well.

According to the report, the proposals include a press conference, a vigil, or an event with families of those taken hostage by Hamas who oppose their Prime Minister.

While some progressives intend to attend the address and actively disrupt it, others intend to skip it.... Read More: Arutz-7