'We're all Hamas': Female activist screams allegiance to Palestinian terror group at Columbia protest

She added, "Long live Hamas!" as she banged on barricades erected by NYPD in front of the 1 train subway entrance at 116th Street and Broadway.

Katie Daviscourt Seattle WA
On Wednesday, a protester reportedly participating in Columbia University's anti-Israel demonstration declared "We're all Hamas" while shouting down a Jewish man draped in an Israeli flag.

The stunning incident was captured on video, which shows the moment an unidentified female protester, who was wearing a keffiyeh scarf, made the bold claims. According to the New York Post, the incident took place near Columbia University's Morningside Heights campus.

It's unclear if the woman in question is a student at the Ivy League university, which has come under fire for allowing violent antisemitic protests to occur without intervention.

"We are Hamas," the woman yelled.

She then declared, "Long live Hamas!" as she banged on barricades erected by NYPD in front of the 1 train subway entrance at 116th Street and Broadway.

The individual behind the camera questioned the protestor, which prompted her to yell, "We're all Hamas, pig."

In another video published on YouTube by Freedom News TV, the same demonstrator who shouted, "We are Hamas," is heard yelling, "Get the f*ck out of our faces. Now!" She said this to a man who was draped in an Israeli flag.

A police officer is seen on video forcibly separating the two groups before the man wearing the Israeli flag decides to leave.

Additional video footage shows NYPD's riot squad arriving at the scene of the protest.

Dozens of pro-Hamas Columbia University students staged a sit-in demonstration during the course of the night, turning the campus' main field into a "Gaza Solidarity Encampment."

After the Hamas terror attack on Israel on October 7, Columbia University was found to have "repeated violations by student groups," according to a report by the Ivy League school's Task Force on Antisemitism.

Columbia University president Minouche Shafik testified before the House Education and Workforce Committee regarding antisemitic occurrences at the school and refused to label the phrase "from the river to the sea, Palestine will be free" as antisemitic, which sparked significant outrage.

President Shafik expressed regret to the student group on Thursday for having the NYPD remove the protesters from school grounds.
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