Donald Trump’s Child Posts Nazi Photo After Attack

Donald Trump Jr. took to Twitter and reacted to a Palestinian supporter displaying a Swastika on their phone during a Pro-Palestine rally, making his disdain clear.



Damn white supremacists.

According to Hindustan Times, On October 8, a pro-Palestinian rally gathered in Times Square, New York, amid the ongoing crisis between Israel and Palestine. The rally, organized by the New York chapter of the Democratic Socialists (NYC-DSA), aimed to show solidarity with the Palestinian people and their right to resist what they perceive as 75 years of occupation and apartheid.

During the protest, tensions flared as pro-Palestinian demonstrators clashed with Israeli counter-protesters. The two sides exchanged chants, with pro-Palestinian supporters shouting “Palestine will be free” and their opponents responding with “shame on you.”

One disturbing moment during the rally captured on video showed a protester using a Nazi symbol directed towards the Israeli counter-protesters. This incident sparked outrage on social media, with many expressing shock and condemnation of the display.

Netizens criticized the use of the Nazi symbol, with one user describing it as “sickening and disgusting.” Another user questioned whether the protester understood the meaning behind the symbol.

While the rally included chants supporting Hamas, the militant group involved in recent attacks on Israel, it ignited a debate about the line between expressing solidarity with the Palestinian cause and endorsing violence.

Some social media users also corrected the use of the term “Swastika” in reference to the Nazi symbol, pointing out that the correct term is “Hakenkreuz.”

New York Governor Kathy Hochul denounced the pro-Palestinian rally, describing it as “abhorrent and morally repugnant.” She acknowledged the ongoing violence in Israel, including terrorist attacks and civilian kidnappings. Mayor Eric Adams also condemned Hamas’ actions as a “cowardly action by a terrorist organization.”

The rally in Times Square reflects the deep divisions and emotions surrounding the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, which continues to be a complex and contentious issue.

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