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Communist Victims Receive Heartfelt Salute from Spunky Young American Leftists

The obscene action appears to be part of a protest against the American Israel Public Affairs Committee’s conference, a pro-Israel annual gathering last month where Vice President Mike Pence was a keynote speaker. Outside of the conference, an estimated 1,000 people gathered in Washington DC to protest it and push the idea that Israel should give up more land in an effort to appease hostile neighbors.

The same account belonging to an individual who describes himself as a Black Bolshevik and aligned with the #BlackLiberationMovement and #FreePalestine tweeted out anti-Israel, anti-police, and pro-Palestinian photos of demonstrators just minutes before issuing the photo of a group of people flipping off the memorial. Read the rest of this entry »

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[VIDEO] New York City Council Chamber Councilman David G. Greenfield Exposes and Passionately Denounces Anti-Semitic Outburst

New York City Councilman David G. Greenfield makes remarks on the floor of the council moments after Pro-Palestine activists protested the commemoration of 1.1 million people killed in Auschwitz. Greenfield is the grandson of holocaust survivors.

 


Los Angeles Heat: Federal Officer Fires Weapon in Confrontation at Pro-Israel Rally

Supporters of Israel descended on the Federal Building on Wilshire Boulevard to show support for the nation as renewed fighting has taken place recently between Israelis and Palestinians. Rick Loomis / Los Angeles Times

Supporters of Israel descended on the Federal Building on Wilshire Boulevard to show support for the nation as renewed fighting has taken place recently between Israelis and Palestinians. Rick Loomis / Los Angeles Times

For the Los Angeles TimesJulie Cart reports: A federal officer attempting to break up an altercation during a pro-Israel demonstration Sunday at the federal building in Westwood fired a single shot but no one was harmed, Los Angeles County sheriff’s officials said. Read the rest of this entry »