This is the vile moment a pro-Palestine activist declares she is ‘cleaning the s*** off the street’ as she tears down posters of kidnapped Israeli children in North London, before allegedly making an antisemitic remark at a passerby.
Footage shows Anna Laurini ripping the posters of hostages held by Hamas off a bridge wall in Primrose Hill while shouting ‘clean the street, clean this s***’.
Italian artist Laurini has previously shared antisemitic conspiracy theories on social media, which reportedly include a post claiming Israel had been involved in 9/11.
Last night, Laurini was filmed tearing down the posters by Jewish journalist Ami Kaufman, who was on his way home when he saw her and asked her why she was destroying the posters.
Laurini shouted at him in reply: ‘Are you Zionist? Are you Zionist? Are you pro genocide? Are you killing all the children?’
Footage shows Anna Laurini (pictured) ripping the posters of hostages held by Hamas off the bridge wall in Primrose Hill while shouting ‘clean the street, clean this s***’
Last night, Laurini was filmed tearing down the posters by Jewish journalist Ami Kaufman, who was on his way home when he saw her and asked her why she was destroying the posters
Laurini (pictured) shouted: ‘Are you Zionist? Are you Zionist? Are you pro genocide? Are you killing all the children?’
Seemingly agitated, Laurini continued to tear down more posters, reiterating she was ‘cleaning the street’.
Mr Kaufman urged: ‘These are innocently people,’ but the pro-Palestine activist only screamed back: ‘No, they are not.’
The journalist posted the video to X, formerly known as Twitter, and wrote: ‘I’m walking home in London, get off at Chalk Farm, and see a woman tearing down posters.
‘”I’m doing this to clean the street. Clean the s***.” Then, when I put my phone down, she turned to me and said: “Ah, look at your nose. I see your nose.” I cried the rest of the way home.’
On her Instagram account, Laurini has posted countless of times in support of Palestine, with many of her posts condemning Israel.
She previously made several antisemitic posts, mainly on Instagram and loosely-moderated social media site Gab, where she claims Jews were controlling the media and banking, according to the Jewish Chronicle.
The newspaper published a cartoon allegedly shared by Laurini in August, which shows a man asking ‘how are they connected?’ as he stands in front of a board on which topics including ‘pornography’, ‘banking’ and ‘Hollywood’ are connected by a string in the shape of the Star of David.
Laurini denied the antisemitic posts at the time, saying she couldn’t ‘recall the content of the postings’ and claimed the account they were shared from on Gab had been ‘closed down over two years ago’.
MailOnline has contacted Met Police for comment.
This incident is the latest case of antisemitism in London and comes just days after a bus passenger yelled ‘only Jews eat at McDonald’s’ in a sickening antisemitic rant on Armistice Day after interrupting a couple who were discussing the fast food chain’s chips.
The Metropolitan Police confirmed it was probing the shocking video taken in Kentish Town, Camden, as they warned: ‘There is no place in London for hate.’
Seemingly agitated, Laurini continued to tear down more posters, reiterating she was ‘cleaning the street’. Mr Kaufman urged: ‘These are innocently people,’ but the pro-Palestine activist only screamed back: ‘No, they are not.’
Journalist Ami Kaufman posted the video to X, formerly known as Twitter, and wrote: ‘I’m walking home in London, get off at Chalk Farm, and see a woman tearing down posters’
A woman wearing a black bandanna and ripped blue denim jeans launched into the ‘distressing’ tirade on the day 300,000 people marched through central London in a pro-Palestine protest on Armistice Day
The woman, who was wearing a black bandanna launched into the ‘distressing’ tirade on Saturday, November 11, when 300,000 people marched through central London in a pro-Palestine protest.
As brave have-a-go heroes filmed her and called out her abusive rant, she continued to be aggressive and took a violent swipe at a woman’s phone despite shouting to others: ‘Don’t touch me.’
Pro-Palestinian activists have widely called for people to boycott McDonald’s after they reportedly donated free meals to IDF soldiers at the start of the Israel-Hamas war.
As other passengers started filming the ‘anti-Semitic attack’ on the bus, the woman was seen confronting someone by asking: ‘Are you a Jew?’
She then spots she is being filmed and tries to knock the phone out of a woman’s hand before directing her anger at another passenger as he tries to stop her walking towards another man.
‘Why are you touching me, fam?’ she says, before adding: ‘I’ll smash your glasses into your eyes, bro.’
She continues to hurl insults at a second man saying ‘what, is it because I said something about Jews? Because I said free Palestine? Because I said I support Palestine?’.
She also threatens to smash people’s phones and becomes more irate as she tells people to stop recording her.
A woman’s voice can be heard asking her to get off the bus while a man says what she has said is offensive.
The short video ends as she slumps onto a chair waving both her hands in the air, saying: ‘Get me off the bus, bro.’
In an incident in October, a furious row broke out on a London street after a man was caught allegedly writing the word ‘coloniser’ on posters of Israeli children kidnapped by Hamas terrorists.
Footage of the encounter was captured on a mobile phone and then uploaded onto Twitter
Carlisle Support Services told MailOnline it does not ‘tolerate such behaviour and are dealing with the incident accordingly’
Footage of the encounter was captured on a mobile phone and then uploaded onto Twitter shows the man being confronted by a member of the public as he goes up to the posters.
The woman slams him for his actions, saying ‘I know people who have died’ in the conflict that has claimed thousands of lives so far in the Middle East.
His company confirmed to MailOnline it was investigating and would not tolerate ‘such behaviour’, while the Met Police said it has launched an investigation.
Pro-Palestine demonstrators have previously been seen targeting posters which have been put up to raise awareness of the innocent civilians kidnapped by the terrorist group and taken into Gaza after their sneak attack.
A week prior two women were seen angrily tearing down flyers of kidnapped children which had been put up in Oxford Street, while shouting ‘This is for Palestine’ in front of an aghast British-Israeli woman.
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