More than 200 people participating in an Israel-Hamas war protest in Brooklyn Tuesday night were arrested by the NYPD, authorities confirmed Wednesday morning.

NY1 crews saw multiple buses of individuals waiting to be processed Tuesday night, although information on potential charges against the protesters has not yet been made clear.

In total, 209 protesters were arrested during the demonstration in Brooklyn, police said.

Protesters were participating in what they called a “Seder in the streets,” blocking traffic.

The initial protest was held at the base of Grand Army Plaza.

"Jewish Voice for Peace," "IfNotNow" and "Jews For Racial & Economic Justice" were some of the groups taking part in the protest.

Organizers combined a Seder, which is done by Jewish people during Passover, with what they called an act of civil disobedience.

Protesters want to push Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer to stop sending weapons to Israel.

Organizers said they were going to take the protest only a few hundred feet from the senator’s home, but police ultimately blocked off Prospect Park West, where Schumer lives.

The two groups held a massive protest in October at Grand Central Terminal, where at least 200 people were arrested.

Schumer was in Washington, D.C. Tuesday night.

“The senator is on the floor of the U.S. Senate right now, working to pass the bipartisan national security supplemental, which will help deliver humanitarian aid and more,” Schumer’s press secretary wrote in a statement.

The senator has also come out against Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netenyahu, calling on the country to hold new elections. However, protesters in Brooklyn Tuesday night said he needs to do more.