Video: Pro-Palestine protesters vandalize Moses Brown with anti-Semitic graffiti

Head of school at Moses Brown has contacted families in regard to anti-Semitic writings left at the school by the Pro-Palestine Textron mob. Law enforcement sources tell anti-Semitic hate crimes have skyrocketed in the city since the October 21, march and rally attended by Providence City Councilman Miguel Sanchez. Friday, another violent anti-Israel rally and march took place in Providence outside of Textron, and it is believed this group is responsible for the vandalism at Moses Brown School. The violent group has held several anti-Israel rallies with chants of “from the river to the sea, Palestine will be Jew free.” On Friday, one of the speakers told hundreds gathered to “ignore the media which is owned by Jews,’ while the crowd roared with cheers and approval.  A leader of the movement has been Providence City-councilman Miguel Sanchez, who was recently fired by Governor McKee for his anti-Semitic remarks. The level of hatred from the protesters has ramped up with many Pro-Palestine protesters cheering for a “Jew free Providence.” Mayor Smiley recently told the press he has received calls from East Side Jewish residents who are afraid to go shopping or to the temple. Local media has largely chosen to ignore the blatant anti-Semitism by describing the violent mob as “young people seeking peace.” Story is developing.