Joshua Caplan reports at Breitbart:
Women's March co-leader Linda Sarsour on Wednesday refused to respond when asked if Israel has the right to exist after promising to answer the question following a Washington, D.C., rally in support of Rep. Ilhal Omar (D-MN), who is under fire for repeated antisemitic remarks.
In exclusive footage captured by Breitbart News, videographer Matthew Perdie confronts Sarsour on whether she believes the Jewish state and the Middle East's sole democracy has the right to exist.
"We'll answer questions later, after the press conference," Sarsour responds, adding, "I'll be happy to answer that."
"In a subsequent clip, Sarsour and her entourage begin walking away from the pro-Omar event, held near the U.S. Supreme Court, almost immediately after her remarks, refusing to acknowledge Perdie as he repeats his question about Israell," Caplan reports.
"An associate then physically blocks Perdie from approaching the activist," Caplan writes. "Several men begin pushing the videographer and peppering him with questions on why he attended the pro-Omar event -- and if he receives compensation from Israel."
"Why are you here?" Caplan quotes a man as asking the videographer. "Do you work for Israel?" the man asks, according to Caplan. "before inquiring how much the videographer is paid."
Caplan reports that "Footage of the testy encounter ends with Perdie noting that Sarsour declined to answer the question despite saying she would oblige."
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