Pro-Israel Marine Attacked By Pro-Hamas Mob – Punched, Kicked, and Spat On (Video)


We’re constantly told that Islam is a religion of peace, but those darn Muslims just seem to have such a hard time proving that, what with all the terrorism and violence and misogyny. How did these peace-loving terrorist supporters react to a United States Marine who happened to disagree with them and sided with Israel? Well, pro-Hamas mob attacked him, of course.

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On Saturday August 2, 2014, a national march for Gaza took place in front of the White House.

A pro-Israeli counter-protester (U.S. Marine and Iraq War veteran Manny Vega) was standing on 16th and H Streets with Israeli and American flags. Vega was approached by an Arab who began engaging in a very productive conversation with him. However, as more pro-Palestinian protesters marched by them, some engaged in violent acts against him. (This is where the video begins recording.) He was punched, pulled, kicked, and even spat on.

The mob was screaming “Allahu Akbar!” during the attack. They spat on him, kicked him and punched him in the face.

Police ended up escorting the pro-Israel protestors away, supposedly for their own safety. But here’s a question: why didn’t they just arrest the violent thugs instead?

Also see: 20 Basic Truths You Can’t Talk About in America Anymore


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