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Hamas supporters in Miami attack, threaten to kill Jewish reporter

In a video posted Sunday to Breitbart.com, supporters of Hamas attack and threaten to kill a reporter because of his religious heritage. The reporter, as it turns out, is Jewish.

Anti-Semitic hate, threats issued at protest sponsored by CAIR-Florida
Anti-Semitic hate, threats issued at protest sponsored by CAIR-FloridaScreengrab/United West

“I’m gonna kill you mother f****r, you and the all Israelis!” a Hamas supporter screams while holding up two middle fingers. “You want a push, I’ll show you a push!”

Breitbart TV said those violent and hateful words were combined with physical assaults against a Jewish reporter at a Miami, Fla., demonstration sponsored by the Council on American-Islamic Relations, an organization that routinely hyperventilates over any criticism of Islam. United West, the organization that originally posted the video, said six other groups supporting Hamas sponsored the protest.

Breitbart said the reporter had been working undercover, but was identified and attacked by protesters. The reporter, according to the video, filed a report with police.

"He’s a Zionist, this guy is not one of us. He’s a Zionist!” protesters said. "Zionist," United West said, is "code for Jew."

The protesters were also recording screaming "We are jihad." The video, which can be seen above, is filled with profanity mixed with violent anti-Semitism reminiscent of 20th century Nazi rallies. But, host Tom Trento said, the rally took place this month in the United States across the street from an Israeli consulate. The reason CAIR sponsored the protest, he said, is that "CAIR is Hamas."

Trento also warned that the violence seen in the report is just a harbinger of what is to come as the war progresses in Israel and as Islamic jihad spreads around the world. This attack, unfortunately, is not the first report of blatant anti-Semitism in the United States, and according to Trento, will not be the last.

As we reported Sunday, two Jewish schoolboys in Chicago were the target of anti-Semitic hate. Leaflets distributed in a Chicago neighborhood also threatened local Jews with violence if Israel does not withdraw from Gaza. Anti-Semitism was also the order of the day at a Chicago rally held over the weekend. Others have also called for the nuclear destruction of Israel.