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Sean Feucht, Eric Metaxas, and Russell Johnson Set To Lead ‘United for Israel March’ at Columbia University

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(L) Image courtesy of Sean Feucht (R) Protests at Columbia University SWinxy, CC BY-SA 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons

On Thursday (April 25), controversial political activist Sean Feucht will lead a “United for Israel March” at Columbia University alongside controversial author Eric Metaxas and Pastor Russell Johnson of The Pursuit Church in Seattle.

“It’s time to take a stand against the rampant anti-semitism that is plaguing our nation,” Feucht said on social media. “Columbia has been taken over by radical Pro-Hamas protestors. On April 25, that changes.”

As a result of a congressional committee hearing involving Columbia University President Minouche Shafik on April 17, the ongoing pro-Palestinian protests have given way to Columbia University students and others setting up tents throughout the campus and demanding the school cut ties with organizations supporting Israel.

Hamas Attacked Israel Last October; ChurchLeaders Viewed Unedited Footage

On Oct. 7, 2023, Hamas, a Palestinian militant group that governs the Gaza Strip, launched a surprise attack on Israel, killing over 1,100 people and taking more than 250 hostages.

Security cameras, traffic cameras, Israel Defense Forces (IDF) body cameras, and captured Hamas body camera showed the barbaric massacre Hamas fighters inflicted on innocent concertgoers, families, children, and civilians walking the streets and driving their vehicles.

Hamas body cameras showed attackers praising Allah while decapitating IDF fighters—holding their victims’ heads up as they laughed.

Cameras also showed the aftermath of women and children being raped. One video showed Hamas soldiers calling a family member from a victim’s phone to taunt them.

Hamas body camera footage showed the attackers parading hostages through the streets of Palestine while people cheered. While some of the hostages have been released, 129 hostages still remain in Hamas captivity—only 95 of them are believed to still be alive.

Columbia University Protestors Chant, ‘Death to Israel, Death to Jews, Death to America’

Some pro-Palestine protestors have chanted “Death to America,” “Death to Jews,” and “Death to Israel.”

One university student said that “there is a line between peaceful protests and chaos and yesterday was quite chaotic.” The student went on to share that there were “people who were physically assaulted, [and] Jewish students outside campus were told that Oct. 7 will happen 10 times, 100 times, 1,000 times.”

The student added that Columbia University has Jewish students who have family members who have were kidnapped or murdered by Hamas during the Oct. 7 attack.

“To peacefully protest is one thing, but to target a Jewish student and say we will continue for thousands of times to do Oct. 7 is something that shouldn’t be ever said in the University campus,” the student concluded.