Israel's support is strong across the country including in North Carolina.
There will be two rallies on Sunday to send a message to lawmakers that the public's support for Israel is unwavering.
The rallies will also support the immediate release of 230 hostages from 40 countries held by Hamas, including Keith and Aviva Siegel from Chapel Hill. The rallies will start with a vigil for Hamas' hostages and innocent victims of the Israel massacre.
North Carolinians Against Antisemitism organized the Greensboro rally. It will start at 2 p.m. at the Friendly Center on Friendly Avenue. Club Z organized the Charlotte rally which will begin at 2:30 p.m. at Marshall Park on 800 E. Third Street.