Anti-Israel activists exploded in angry acts of violence on Wednesday evening when the Museum of Tolerance, located in Los Angeles showed a screening of a film featuring Hamas atrocities carried out during the terrorist attacks in Israel on Oct. 7. The reason for the violence? The activists wanted to “disrupt” demonstrations being held by Jewish supporters of Israel, which then led to local law enforcement getting involved.
So anti-Israel protestors found out Gal Gadot was helping screen the video of 10/7 atrocities at the Museum of Tolerance in LA tonight.
They showed up and are now apparently attacking Israel supporters there. pic.twitter.com/FmuseFK4JZ
— AG (@AGHamilton29) November 9, 2023
Pro-Palestine rioters gathered to attack people attending or supporting the documentary screening showing Hamas atrocities at the Museum of Tolerance holocaust museum in Los Angeles. The screening was rumored to be organized by Israeli actress Gal Gadot. pic.twitter.com/6RBG1kwOIc
— Andy Ngô 🏳️🌈 (@MrAndyNgo) November 9, 2023
“Roughly 200 people, including Israel’s ambassador to the United Nations, an official with the Israel Defense Forces, and Hollywood executives, showed up for the screening of ‘Bearing Witness,’ a 43-minute film showing the Hamas atrocities. Some of the footage was actually taken by the Hamas terrorists themselves,” the Daily Wire reported.
“The film reportedly excluded Hamas’ murder of infants and rape of women that has been widely revealed elsewhere, prompting some attendees to react with anger, saying that people should see the full barbarity of the atrocities committed by Hamas,” The Hollywood Reporter pointed out.
Guy Nattiv, an Oscar-winning director who helped to bring the footage to America, gave a massive amount of credit to popular Israeli actress Gal Gadot from “Wonder Woman,” along with her husband, Yaron Varsano, for making the screening a reality.
“The violence at the Museum of Tolerance occurred on the night of November 8 in Los Angeles, but it was already November 9 in Europe, which was the 85th anniversary of Kristallnacht (Night of Broken Glass), the night when the Nazis instructed there be a series of pogroms targeting the Jews of Germany, the annexed part of Austria, and parts of the Sudetenland. Although the Nazis reported 91 Jews had been murdered, later scholarship found that hundreds of Jews died, as many died later from their injuries,” the Daily Wire said.
That seems just a bit oddly timed, right?
“As the pogrom spread, units of the SS and Gestapo (Secret State Police), following Heydrich’s instructions, arrested up to 30,000 Jewish males, and transferred most of them from local prisons to Dachau, Buchenwald, Sachsenhausen, and other concentration camps,” the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum remarked.
Before the screening of the film began, Rabbi Marvin Hier said a few words, saying that experts have now estimated that there should, technically, be 20 million Jews across the world, however there are only “are only 14 million because we are the leftovers of pogroms” going on to refer to Hamas as “the Nazis of the 21st century.”
I’d say that’s a pretty good description.
Gilad Erdan, the Israeli ambassador to the United Nations, came to the screening all the way from New York because “screening this footage is of the utmost importance. It will change the way you view the Middle East and the way you view the war in Gaza … Hamas, just like the Nazis and ISIS, view Jews as insects to be exterminated.”
“Hamas must be eradicated,” he proclaimed. “This is the only way to prevent another massacre…. If Israel doesn’t eradicate this evil, mark my words: the West is next.”
Let’s hope Israel doesn’t end their counteroffensive until not a single enemy in Hamas remains to do them harm.
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