New York City nightclub hosts anti-Israel 'Intifada FundRaver'

The club advertised the gathering with images celebrating Hamas terrorists.

Ari Hoffman Seattle WA
On Sunday night, a club in New York City held an “Intifada Fundraver” and used a video of the Hamas terror attacks on Israel which led to the massacre of hundreds of Israelis to promote the event.

The End NYC in the Bushwick neighborhood of Brooklyn advertised the event using a video featuring terrorists bulldozing through the Israel/Gaza border fence on October 7 which led to Hamas massacring hundreds of Israelis.

The club proudly states to be "LGBTQ+ friendly," and "identifies" as both "women-owned" and "LGBTQ+ owned," none of which would be looked kindly upon by the homophobic, mysoginistic terrorists the club's event was supporting.

As the border fence is torn down and masked terrorists rush through the opening, the audio of the video falsely claims, “The Apartheid Wall, which is 5 feet thick, and 350 kilometers long, that Israel is building, is never shown on CNN.”

The narration continues, “Our fellow citizens in this country are fed an atrociously biased view Diet of ignorance and misrepresentation by the media. The occupation is never referred to.”

The video then cuts to a video of terrorists slaughtering soldiers of the Israeli Defense Forces and tearing their bodies off of tanks while yelling "Allah, Hu Akbar."

The "Intifada Fundraver" featured Bobby Beethoven, Loka, Kilbourne B2B Rabbeat, Shyboi, Pauli Cakes, and Yara Bey. The End NYC claimed 100 percent of the proceeds raised from the party will be donated to the Palestine Children’s Relief Fund and the Medical Aid for Palestine.

Rep. Ritchie Torres (D-NY) criticised the event, saying “A NYC club known as The End is holding an 'Intifada Fundraver,' glorifying the deadliest massacre of Jews since the Holocaust. In promoting the event, The End NYC Instagram account features a video of Hamas terrorists bulldozing the Gaza Strip border wall before carrying out the bloodiest terrorist attack in the history of Israel.”

"There is a deep rot of antisemitism in American culture that cannot be ignored and must be confronted at every turn. No more turning a blind eye," he continued.

“A nightclub in Brooklyn called The End is hosting an ‘Intifada Fundraiser’ tonight which they are promoting on Instagram with a music video of Hamas bulldozing into Israel to commit mass murder," Mark Levine, Manhattan Borough President, said. "This is straight up glorification of a massacre. Reprehensible.”

Following massive online backlash, the video was taken down, but the event remained listed on DICE which claimed, “We’ve always believed that a gig can change lives. So we created a platform for fans to experience more of the shows they love in the most hassle-free way possible.”

The site also says that “going out makes us feel good” and “That’s true whether you’re looking for basement gigs or club nights, massive festivals or sweaty raves, comedy nights or drag cabarets.”

The day before the event, The End NYC also posted a letter from the Palestine Children’s Relief Fund which failed to mention the Hamas massacre of hundreds of Israelis and attempted to blame the entire humanitarian issue affecting Palestinians on the Jewish state.

New York State Democratic Senator Julia Salazar defended the pro-terrorist fundraiser and said, “This is in our district, and I personally would love it if people would stop inciting fascists to come out to my district and counter-protest some party at a club that was promoted with very stupid and insensitive messaging.”

Over 1,300 Israelis were tortured raped and murdered in the attacks. Thousands more were wounded and many, including Americans, were taken hostage by Hamas.
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