A heckler briefly interrupted Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's speech to Congress before U.S. Capitol police removed the protester from the chamber.
As Netanyahu was addressing a joint meeting of Congress, a woman in the gallery stood and shouted, "no more occupation, end Israeli war crimes."
Police immediately hustled her out of the gallery and Netanyahu continued speaking.
Israeli PM Heckled Before Joint Session of Congress
This comes after Mr. Netanyahu was heckled by Jewish left activists during his speech to AIPAC yesterday.
There's no video available at the time of this writing, but CNN has a live blog up. The gist of today's speech is that the issue is about recognition of Israel as a Jewish state. He called on Mahmoud Abbas to stand before his people and say, "'I will accept a Jewish state.' Those six words will change history."
According to the Israeli newspaper Ha'aretz, Netanyahu said about the heckler, "I appreciate that protesting is allowed," adding "this is the real democracy."