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NYC Protesters Shout 'Babykillers' at Jewish Elementary School Children

Jewish elementary school children in upstate New York were told that their parents were “complicit in genocide” and “baby killers” by protestors who also blocked the road last week, according to a report made by renowned American media.

Bryce Gruber, a mother of children at the Woodstock Elementary School, told the news outlet, “They were screaming at the kids and anyone who tried to get across or got near them.”

Gruber, a mother of five, shared on social media that she struggled to explain to her children why the protestors were shouting such things at them. She also revealed that, as a result of the protests, the children were unable to go outside for recess. While Gruber expressed disbelief that a protest occurred in her small town of 6000 people, she was most concerned that her neighbors came out in support of it.

“They were cheering them on, shouting, ‘We love you,’” Gruber told the news outlet. “That was the worst part.” Gruber confronted the protesters, including a man who had been recording her and her 7-year-old son and 5-year-old daughter. She alleges that he threatened to upload their images onto a “Zionist Jew watchlist.”

The demonstrators called “Hudson Valley Neighbors,” had formed a human chain and blocked Route 375 to the Ametek Rotron building - a manufacturing plant - believing the company to be involved in producing parts of weapons for Israel. The protesters held a banner saying, “Ametek Rotron Manufactures Genocide.” (JPost / VFI News)

“Our Heavenly Father, we pray for Your intervention so that all of our children can be safe and protected from people who wish to harm them or indoctrinate them into hatred. We ask that all of our people, regardless of their country of residence, will be shielded from antisemitism and will be able to raise their children in a loving environment, surrounded by people who want the best for them and their families. May Your Love shine through our people and lead to shame and repentance for the ones who protest against our very existence.”