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Anti-Israel Protesters Disrupt Black Friday Shopping Across the Country

Anti-Israel Protesters Disrupt Black Friday Shopping Across the Country

This is how the radical left kicks off the holiday season.

Anti-Israel protesters used Black Friday to annoy and offend people in multiple cities. The same things we have seen on college campuses across the country was carried out on city streets and in shopping centers.

This is how the radical left kicks off the holiday season.

It happened in Los Angeles. From The Hill:

Pro-Palestine demonstrators rally in Los Angeles during Black Friday shopping

Pro-Palestinian protestors rallied in Los Angeles on Black Friday, multiple outlets reported.

The protestors made their way through The Grove shopping center in the city’s Fairfax District on the day after Thanksgiving, notable for encouraging shoppers and sales, according to CBS Los Angeles. The protestors reportedly began their trek at neighboring Pan Pacific Park.

“Traffic Advisory: Wilshire Division is monitoring a demonstration in the area of 3rd Street and Fairfax,” a post by the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) Wilshire Community Police Station on X, the platform formerly known as Twitter read. “Demonstrators have blocked some intersections. Expect traffic delays if you are traveling through this area.”

It happened in Massachusetts. WCVB News reports:

Pro-Palestinian protest group targets Massachusetts Puma store in Assembly Row on Black Friday

Pro-Palestinian demonstrators marched outside of store entrances in Somerville’s Assembly Row on the morning of Black Friday, traditionally one of the biggest shopping days of the year.

The group, Boston Coalition for Palestine, said in a statement they were targeting the PUMA store but they were also seen marching in front of the neighboring Express location. Several members of the group carried signs or wore shirts with messages calling for a permanent ceasefire, the end to Israel’s occupation of the West Bank, suspension of U.S. support for Israel and other messages, including some slogans that are widely perceived as calling for an end to the Israeli state.

PUMA, a Germany-based company, has been widely targeted by pro-Palestine groups. The company’s local distribution partner provides equipment to the Israeli National Teams for international competitions but a spokesperson said the company does not have any other ties to any Israeli League or any football clubs.

It happened in Chicago. ABC 7 in Chicago reported:

Michigan Avenue protest today: Pro-Palestinian demonstrators march through downtown on Black Friday

Participants in a peaceful pro-Palestinian rally marched up and down Michigan Avenue on Friday.

Rally-goers said they want Black Friday shoppers to understand where their money is going.

“We pay taxes for everything we buy, and it is unfair that it is unfair that our tax money is going towards the killing of children,” said Raneen Alabadi.

Protesters like Alabadi said they wanted to take the attention off people spending money on gifts and good Black Friday deals and to instead financially support the Palestinian people.

“Black community members, Latinos and immigrants,” said U.S. Palestinian Community Network National Chair Hatem Abudayyeh. “It ends by ending Israel’s impunity.”

This was the scene in New York City:

Providence, Rhode Island:

And more:

This tactic is going to be just as popular as blocking roads.

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Yeah, that’s going to win friends and influence people.

    Dimsdale in reply to John M. | November 25, 2023 at 10:42 am

    Like “just stop oil” and the other leftist fools, they could not possibly care less if they win you over; they simply want the attention, and are too immature to know better.

    They aren’t brainwashed; they are brain wiped.

      The Gentle Grizzly in reply to Dimsdale. | November 25, 2023 at 11:55 am

      I dislike the idea of playing psychologist, but, here goes:

      How many of the demonstrators had parents who paid them virtually no attention? Parents who parked them in front of a TV with Disney DVDs playing, or handed them a Gameboy? Who ignored questions, and in short just had nothing to do with their offspring?

      These demonstrators remind me of those with motorcycles having a name that rhymes with Barkley Tableson. They fit loud pipes and blip the throttle at red lights as an attention-getting ploy.

    fscarn in reply to John M. | November 25, 2023 at 11:28 am

    “Palestine will be free”

    Well, if Amazon said, “All items are free,” then I’d pay attention.

    Otherwise, take your Islam and shove it. I look forward to the day when it’s known as Waslam.

One day these acting Democrat performance artists will finally meet a crowd of grown people who finally get enough of their antics. Agitprop only goes so far.

Limousine libs opened the door to woke progressive lefties who have hijacked the dem party.

Dems are no longer dog whistling to the crazies, dems are the crazies.

All the usual crazies

Left just calls their handlers and there they are

Maybe it’s just me, but this crap just strengthens my support for Israel.

Nazi Pali lickers.

Free Palestine*
*With purchase of Palestine at regular price

Blocking intersections and streets is unlawful.

The crooks should be jailed!

“This is how the radical left kicks off the holiday season.”

Whose holiday season? It’s certainly not the Islamists holiday season. Heck, in the post-Christian West, it’s barely our holiday season to celebrate the birth of our Lord & Savior, Christ Jesus. The Islamists spit on that idea. Literally.

I’ll say it again: Our ancestors ferociously fought to prevent Islamists from entering their lands, yet the ‘enlightened’ West can’t comprehend why that was, so it opens its borders – as if disparate peoples are interchangeable meat puppets for a global economy.

This is your harvest. CoExIsT!

I’ve never done that black friday store thing. It’s all done online now and Amazon, Fed Ex, UPS or USPS just show up with the stuff. Been, maybe, 10yrs since I bought anything in a store for my wife for either her birthday or Christmas

    henrybowman in reply to diver64. | November 25, 2023 at 2:46 pm

    “‘Mass Liberation Arizona’ group earlier today to disrupt Black Friday shoppers at Chandler Fashion Center.”

    Chandler Fashion Center.

    This is the blessing of living in rural America. Our Black Friday shopping is never interrupted by demonstrating leftist freaks. For some reason, they just don’t show up outside Tractor Supply, C-A-L Ranch, O’Reilly Auto Parts, National Ropers Supply, Cabela’s, Ace, or Harbor Freight.

    Shop local, y’all!

What is the name of the guy funding Pale shit? Tortuous interference? Class action?

Hamas did did the rape / murder to children

Their parents farmed them out to be “educated” by leftist teachers and the adolescent fool peer group. And TikTok.

Why on earth should anyone celebrating a Christian holiday say “screw it, I’m going to support Muslims instead”?


I always find the myth about Arab/Muslim “brotherhood” fascinating, because in all the years they’ve been bellyaching about how poorly the Palestinians have been treated by Israel, not one of their Arab/Muslim “brother” nations have offered to take them in.

Not one. Nobody wants the rabble rousers.

And now for a word from the Protests R Us industrial complex.

Never come between American consumers and stuff they don’t need. Hitting them in the retail will certainly get their attention. I suspect the impede-bots might not get the response they are looking for, tho.

The Laird of Hilltucky | November 26, 2023 at 11:31 am

News reports call these “peaceful” protests. They are not. These protests can only be called non-violent. The first amendment standard is “peaceable” assembly. Disrupting our lives as we try to go about our everyday activities is not peaceable.
We who care about our republic should stop overlooking these breaches of the peace. Government which will not protect our freedoms is no longer functional.

It’s going to be as popular as blocking roads – and looting, rioting, pillaging, and burning down city blocks – because it has been tolerated.