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'These Are American Citizens!': Jewish Woman Confronts Couple for Ripping Down Posters of Israeli Children Kidnapped by Hamas

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A Jewish woman was outraged when she saw a couple tearing down posters in Brooklyn.

Oct. 23 2023, Published 4:00 p.m. ET

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Emotions were running high when a Jewish woman confronted a couple that was tearing down posters of missing Israeli children who had been kidnapped by Hamas.

The incident took place in Brooklyn over the weekend in a now-viral video shared via the Stop Antisemitism Twitter account, has learned.

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The posters were of missing Israeli children who had been kidnapped by Hamas.

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"This is mine, I paid money for this, and you're not gonna f---ing do it," the woman could be heard yelling. "I'm a citizen here and this is American citizens!"

The woman wearing a burgundy jacket revealed to be named Kelly Ann, appeared to be ready to state something while standing alongside her husband but closed her mouth before the Jewish woman continued to blast their actions.

"You f------ got it? You are not going to do it! Get the f--- out of here! This is American citizens! They're kidnapped! You f------ b----!" the Jewish woman yelled while filming their interaction.

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The woman in a burgundy jacket was holding one crumpled up in her hand.

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The man, identified as Noah, tried to brush off the activist's angry response, smiling and holding his hand up to block the camera as she swung it in his face.

"Get the f--- out of here!" the camerawoman shouted as a crowd gathered.

The couple continued to walk away and held hands. Meanwhile, the camerawoman followed them while shouting at the pair for ripping down the posters amid the Hamas-Israel war.

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The man also brushed off any criticism during their tense interaction.

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A separate incident that took place in the Upper East side near 77th and Park Avenue was reported on October 22, during which a man was confronted for removing posters of kidnapped Israeli children being held in Gaza.

"Where are the Palestinians?" the man asked.

The group responded by questioning why he would not want to help hostages. The man was also told he could put up posters of any Palestinians if he wanted to before they demanded that he leave the other posters up.

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He answered "f--- off," according to the post which featured the 23-second clip.

"The number of people who hate, and at the same time are unable to reason, is truly astonishing. These people vote, and this is exactly why we have the politicians we have, and the outcomes that result from it," one commenter wrote in response.

"And if he is concerned about [the Palestinian children], why would he not put-up pictures of them next to the Israeli children," another wrote.

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Another incident happened on October 22.

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As previously reported, the U.S. is advising Israel to delay a ground invasion of Gaza to allow for more time for hostage negotiations and humanitarian aid after Israel went on the offensive in the wake of Hamas' weekend attack.



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