Serious incidents were caused last night in Los Angeles during a pro-Israel gathering, on the occasion of… Gal Gadot.
The well-known actress showed a video of Hamas atrocities, which would later be shown in a museum in Los Angeles, but this video provoked backlash and threats from pro-Palestinians who reacted both to its posting and its content, as well as to the that the actress did not say a word about the losses of Palestine.
The situation outside the museum began to derail and they were quickly caught in arms, with the punches and kicks falling a short time later, in a main street of the city.
The police intervened and made arrests, but the images made the rounds in the US media.
The mayor, Karen Bass, wrote on social media that “we cannot allow a global tension to develop into unacceptable scenes of violence in our city.”
The video, as reported by the New York Post, had been shown earlier and threats had begun on social media between pro-Israeli and pro-Palestinian, with the former trying to defend her.
About 200 people gathered in Hollywood, where the video in question was to be shown again in a museum room, with 50 people reacting and following the episodes.