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The Funding Behind Anti-Israel Protests: Unraveling George Soros’s Influence

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In recent weeks, colleges across the United States have become battlegrounds for radical anti-Israel protests, with tent cities sprouting up and clashes with authorities becoming all too common. What’s behind this sudden surge of activism? According to recent investigations, the answer lies in the deep pockets of left-wing financier George Soros and his network of acolytes.

The protests, which started at Columbia University and quickly spread nationwide, have been orchestrated by branches of the Soros-funded Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP). These protests are not grassroots movements; they are well-organized and well-funded campaigns aimed at promoting an anti-Israel agenda.

The New York Post reports Soros’s influence extends beyond SJP. The US Campaign for Palestinian Rights (USCPR), another Soros-funded group, plays a significant role in encouraging and funding these protests. USCPR pays radicals to organize campaigns on college campuses, providing financial incentives to spend hours each week agitating for Palestinian causes.

At three colleges, the protests are being encouraged by paid radicals who are “fellows” of a Soros-funded group called the US Campaign for Palestinian Rights (USCPR).

USCPR provides up to $7,800 for its community-based fellows and between $2,880 and $3,660 for its campus-based “fellows” in return for spending eight hours a week organizing “campaigns led by Palestinian organizations.”

They are trained to “rise up, to revolution.”

The radical group received at least $300,000 from Soros’ Open Society Foundations since 2017 and also took in $355,000 from the Rockefeller Brothers Fund since 2019.

It has three “fellows” who have been major figures in the nationwide protest movement.

Nidaa Lafi, a former president of the University of Texas Students for Justice in Palestine, exemplifies the connections between Soros funding and protest leadership. Lafi, now a law student, has been spotted at various protests, including one at UT Dallas where she demanded an end to the conflict in Gaza.

But it’s not just Soros’s money that’s fueling these protests. The Rockefeller Brothers Fund, chaired by Joseph Pierson and including David Rockefeller Jr., has also contributed significant sums to groups like Jewish Voice for Peace (JVP), which participated in the Columbia protests.

Additionally, retired Wall Street banker Felice Gelman has dedicated her fortune to pro-Palestinian causes, funding several of the groups involved in the protests.

The lavishness of the protests, with students enjoying amenities like delivery pizza and organic tortilla chips, underscores the financial backing behind them. These protests are not spontaneous expressions of outrage; they are carefully orchestrated events funded by Soros and his allies to push a specific agenda.

As these revelations come to light, it’s essential to question the authenticity and motives behind these protests. Are they genuine expressions of concern for Palestinian rights, or are they part of a larger agenda funded by wealthy individuals like George Soros?

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Leader of the radical pro-Palestine group Manolo De Los Santos arrested in New York

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The head of a radical organization in favor of the Cuban regime and that also openly supports the Hamas terrorist group in New York, was arrested Tuesday after the NYPD evicted an anti-Israel camp at the Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT) in Manhattan.

A video posted by The People’s Forum (TPF) on X, formerly Twitter, depicts Manolo De Los Santos, executive director of TPF, an anti-Israel organization that sympathizes with the Chinese Communist Party, was arrested by several NYPD officers wearing riot helmets near the institute’s campus on West 27th Street.

On April 29, more than 100 masked activists met in Manhattan at the office of the TPF, an organization backed by American businessman Neville Roy Singham, a self-proclaimed socialist known for financially supporting left-wing causes, to plan their next moves, while protests Anti-Israel protests reach a fever pitch across the country, reports ADN America.

Manolo De Los Santos urged the group to “give Joe Biden a hot summer” and “make it unsustainable for politics as usual in this country.” Likewise, he asked to recreate “the summer of 2020,” in reference to the violence that besieged major cities in the United States months after the death of Minneapolis man George Floyd, according to the Washington Free Beacon.

A few hours after the meeting was called, dozens of protesters illegally broke into Columbia University’s Hamilton Hall and gained entry through a glass-paneled door that one of those involved broke with a hammer.

Police arrived at the scene after being called by Columbia President Minouche Shafik. In total, 44 people were arrested, including two university staff members and 13 “outsiders” who were not affiliated with the school, Columbia confirmed in a news release Thursday.

The People’s Forum, an organization that describes itself as “a movement incubator for working class and marginalized communities,” has been a mainstay of anti-Israel protests since Hamas’ attack on the Jewish state on October 7, 2023.

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