Watch: Antifa Gets Confused, Then Proceeds To Beat Up…

During this week’s pro-Israel march at the University of Washington, some members of the extreme far-left group Antifa began beating and harassing another occupier on campus. This was a case of unfriendly fire.

The incident began when one of the Antifa protestors took an American flag from radio personality and vocal Jewish conservative Ari Hoffman, who had just spoken at a pro-Israel event in Seattle.

Hoffman and a few other Jewish protestors took the flag as they passed one of the Antifa-barricaded and guarded encampment gates. The Antifa member rushed behind barriers and a set of porta-potties provided by the school.

Other Antifa members who were outside the zone began to rush toward the area during the mayhem to support their “comrades.” That was when someone whom Antifa had not recognized came in. Believing he was part of Hoffman’s squad, the blacked-out radicals began to bash and throw the man out of the zone.

“Friendly, friendly!” was the first thing the bewildered man cried out.

After realizing their error a short while later, Antifa released him.

Hoffman responded that they were not the issue and had not done anything to trigger the situation when the campus police who were pursuing Hoffman’s squad ordered him to leave the area in order to prevent any more confrontation.

In that instance, the flags taken from the pro-Israeli side were not unique. In a different instance, Antifa sprayed the crowd with an unidentified liquid after robbing a Marine Corps veteran of his flag.

The UW camp occupants set fire to an Israeli flag.

The UW campsite does not seem to be going anywhere anytime soon. The school is committed to using talks to put an end to the occupation. Anti-Israel protestors have plenty of time to hang around in the quad since UW’s school year ends in early June, whereas other universities have already concluded or are soon to conclude their spring semester.

Author: Steven Sinclaire

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