Filmed by News2Share Contributor David Decker

Pro-Palestine demonstrators gathered outside B’nai Torah Congregation in Boca Raton, Florida and were confronted by pro-Israel counter-protesters Wednesday night as former Israeli PM Naftali Bennett spoke inside.

“I’ll beat your f***ing a**, boy!” an Israel supporter yelled across the police line at Palestine supporters, who called their opposition “baby killers.”

“Joe Biden, war criminal!” protesters chanted outside B’nai Torah Congregation in Boca Raton as Naftali Bennett spoke inside.
“Ron DeSantis, war criminal!”
“Naftali Bennett, war criminal!”
“Netanyahu, war criminal!”

“No more hiding, no more fear, genocide is crystal clear!”

One Jewish pro-Palestine activist described Naftali Bennett as a “war criminal and Jewish supremacist.”

“Ceasefire now!”

“As a Jewish person, I implore my community to oppose Israel’s ongoing brutality and stand on the side of justice.”

“We don’t need an ethnostate for Jewish safety,” one speaker explained. “Jewish safety does not come at the expense of Palestinian safety.”

“We don’t need to displace Palestinian people to be okay.”

“There only one solution!” chanted the activists outside B’nai Torah Congregation as former Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett spoke inside.

“Intifada revolution!”

“Netanyahu, what do you say, how many kids did you kill today?”

Police held a heavy presence keeping activists away from the street as attendees drove away from the Naftali Bennett event at B’nai Torah Congregation.

“Shame on you! Shame on you!” yelled the pro-Palestine activists.

“From the river to the sea, Palestine will be free!”

Police exchanged words with pro-Israel activists, reminding them not to use fighting words.

“You guys seem like articulate, clean-cut people,” the officer implored them as pro-Israel activists accused police of being biased against them.

When officers had a similar conversation with the pro-Palestine side about being in the street, they were accused of giving the pro-Israel side “special privilege.”

As the event wrapped up News2Share spoke to a Jewish pro-Palestine activist who said that “religious discrimination by a government is wrong.”

“A Jewish state would go against that concept” of separation of church and state, he describes.