Israel sympathizers are unleashing violence at U.S. college campuses, not the other way around
By Ethan Huff // May 13, 2024

The mainstream media is exerting a lot of effort right now trying to convince Americans that the people protesting at college campuses against Israel's actions in Gaza are violent "terrorists," but the facts show otherwise.

It turns out that pro-Israel counter-protesters are the ones attacking those who stand in solidarity with Gaza, at least at the University of California, Los Angeles where Gaza solidarity protesters were hit with sticks and blasted with chemical sprays by pro-Israel militants.

An investigation by The New York Times found that pro-Israel rioters have been using fireworks as weapons as well, launching them directly at the Gaza solidarity protesters to try to harm them.

After officials at UCLA declared an encampment of Gaza solidarity protesters to be illegal, the pro-Israel crowd reportedly took this as a green light to start violently assaulting the people inside the encampment.

Video footage captured by protesters and journalists shows that violence erupted only after pro-Israel militants started tearing down protective metal barriers that were erected to cordon off the Gaza solidarity protesters.

"Counter-protesters shot fireworks toward the encampment at least six times" and "sprayed chemicals both into the encampment and directly at people's faces," The Times reported, noting that these attacks continued for nearly three hours before police finally arrived.

(Related: The Anti-Defamation League [ADL] is pushing to eliminate the First Amendment in order to "protect Israel.")

Popular Israeli song openly calls for genocide of Palestinians in Gaza

The same video footage shows pro-Israel militants wearing clothing in support of Israel's genocide, as well as blaring loud music that included Israel's national anthem and "Harbu Darbu," a popular Israeli song that openly calls for the genocide of Palestinians in Gaza, as well as the killing of Western celebrities like Bella Hadid, Mia Khalifa and Dua Lipa who have all expressed solidarity with Gaza.

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"They could be seen punching, kicking and attacking people with makeshift weapons, including sticks, traffic cones and wooden boards," The Times further reported about the violent actions of the pro-Israel crowd.

"Except for a brief attempt to capture a loudspeaker used by counter-protesters, and water bottles being tossed out of the encampment, none of the videos analyzed by The Times show any clear instance of encampment protesters initiating confrontations with counter-protesters beyond defending the barricades."

Police officers, meanwhile, stood idly by and watched all of this happen for about an hour after their arrival before finally intervening at around 2:42 a.m. When asked by The Times for comment about this, the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) and the California Highway Patrol refused to respond.

Mary Osako, UCLA's vice chancellor of strategic communications, also refused to be forthcoming about why law enforcement did nothing for all that time to try to stop the violence, instead choosing to issue the following statement:

"We are carefully examining our security processes from that night and are grateful to U.C. President Michael Drake for also calling for an investigation. We are grateful that the fire department and medical personnel were on the scene that night."

UCLA police reportedly arrested 200 people at the pro-Palestinian encampment, claiming these individuals tried to resist. The arrests came after university officials declared the encampment to be an "unlawful assembly" and ordered all demonstrators to leave the area.

"Every day, the nation of Israel finds some new way of demonstrating that it has no right to exist and should be dissolved," one of our own readers wrote in a comment.

"No, I'm not calling for the genocide of anybody, just getting rid of a political institution which has proven itself murderous, corrupt and blatantly racist, and therefore illegitimate."

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