WATCH: Anti-Israel Protesters Chant Antisemitic Hate Outside Ishay Ribo Concert at Harvard

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Israeli singer Ishay Ribo performing live at the Sultan's Pool in Jerusalem, on September 21, 2022. Photo by Arie Leib Abrams/Flash90 *** Local Caption *** ישי ריבו זמר בריכת הסולטן שיר שירים שרים מופע סליחות

BOSTON (VINnews) — Pro-Hamas protesters demonstrated for hours outside two concerts featuring Israeli legend Ishai Ribo, hosted by Harvard University’s Chabad on Tuesday.

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Discussing the mega-star’s music on stage, Chabad Rabbi Hirschy Zarchi: “His music elevates us, comforts us, strengthens us, raises our consciousness — our jewish consciousness — deepens our faith and restores and strengthens our hope.”

Ribo was quoted by Daily Wire as saying that he came to Harvard to show support for its Jewish community, which has struggled with antisemitism, including from its former president.

“We in Israel heard — and the rest of the world heard — that Harvard’s students got entangled in a complicated situation where there are a lot of protests and support of Gaza here,” Ribo told Daily Wire. “We felt connection and importance in coming here to support them and to thank America’s Jewish community. So the moment we heard it would be possible to give a performance, we jumped on the opportunity with great joy.”

Ribo also said the protesters do not even understand why they are there. “The people were protesting on something they don’t really understand, they are clueless about all the things that they have heard — half truths and they turned it into some sort of amalgamation.”

One lunatic protester was angry that Ribo is ‘guilty’ of playing music for IDF soldiers.

“Ishay Ribo has been seen multiple times fraternizing with the IDF,” the man shouted. “He has been seen on the front lines performing, singing, dancing with the upmost support for the IDF. Support for the IDF is support for genocide.”

About 100 protesters accosted concert-goers with genocidal chants from across the street of the venue.

More than thirty employees at The Sinclair, located next to Harvard, refused to work the concert, and they even attended the protest, forcing the venue to rely on outside employees.


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Broodje Halfom
Broodje Halfom
1 month ago

From the river to the sea, Israel shall be Islamofascist FREE !!

give tzedakah
give tzedakah
1 month ago

Some gvir should say he will give $100 to an Israeli tzedakah for each protester who shows up at events.

Charlie Hall
Charlie Hall
1 month ago

The boycotting employees should be fired.

5TResident
5TResident
1 month ago

Time to break out the baseball bats like on The Sopranos.

Biden funds the terrorists and undermines Israel.
Biden funds the terrorists and undermines Israel.
1 month ago

All of them are democratic party scum.

Kvetch
Kvetch
1 month ago

From the Boston River to the Atlantic Ocean, Ribo’s concert was free

Aguttenshabbos
Aguttenshabbos
1 month ago

While this is all very nice to have these singers entertain crowds in support of Israel at these college universities, Chabad seriously has to get with the program. What exactly did you think was going to happen? You don’t think these Behaimos (with a capital B) feel more empowered to do what they do because they’re at Harvard, a University that not only tolerates, but promotes such behavior and ideologies? Have it at an off-campus, nothing related to the university, private venue, with private security. Done! I and many others would be happy to donate to the cost of that.

Kate
Kate
1 month ago

It seems that these wicked protestors have nothing else to do, which leaves me to believe that they are funded by Israel’s enemies like Obama or Soros. They prostitute themselves for money.

Kvetch
Kvetch
1 month ago

Why is Ribo, a lone person, talking in ‘we’s’? I get when a CEO does that, referring to the company as a whole.