A Miami rally for the Hamas terrorist group quickly devolved into a shoving match and threats against a cameraman, according to a video posted Sunday on the website, The United West.
The rally was organized in part by the pro-Muslim group, Council on American Islamic Relations, according to The United West, and had demonstrators chanting, “We are Hamas,” and “We are jihad.”
Told not to take pictures, a cameraman representing The United West shouted, “You’re in a public place. You have no expectations of privacy in a public place.”
The protesters then surrounded the cameraman and demanded he stop filming them, with one saying, “Do you want a real pushing?”
“Are you going to stab me?” the unidentified cameraman asked in return, according to the video. “Are you going to stab me with your pen?
At that point, one protester approached the cameraman and threatened him, saying: “I’m going to kill you, mother___er, I’m going to kill you!”
Watch the video here or the full video at The United West’s site.
Warning: Strong language.
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