Anti-Zionist Jews torch Israeli flag in New York during Purim

Members of Satmar Hassidim sect hold annual tradition of demonstrating their opposition to the existence of the State of Israel.

By JPOST.COM STAFF
March 18, 2014 12:35
Satmar Hasidim

Satmar Hasidim in New York torch Israeli flag during Purim.. (photo credit: screenshot)

 
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Members of a sect of hassidic Jews in Williamsburg, New York took part during Purim in a demonstration of their opposition to the existence of the State of Israel.  

In a video published Monday, a crowd lead by Satmar Hassidim in the Brooklyn neighborhood engage in an annual Purim tradition of torching an Israeli flag.

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