Political commentator Justine Murray took to X on her morning commute to condemn a former long-time Hamas leader’s calls for a “day of jihad” on Friday.
Murray, who is also the committee president of the Young Republican Club of New York, said she had just arrived in the city from New Jersey, although “apparently, I’m not supposed to go to work today because some husbands in the 4th century want to go to work.” “. I am dead.”
She said in the video That several “well-meaning people” told her this week that she shouldn’t wear her “star,” a reference to the Star of David necklace she was wearing.
“I won’t do it, because I won’t live my life in fear, and neither should you,” Murray said defiantly.
“I refuse to be invaded by my brothers in the 4th century, take your day and pay for it,” she wrote in a post shared on X, formerly known as Twitter, on Friday at 9:20 a.m.
9/11-era New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani — once celebrated as “America’s Mayor” for his leadership after the 2001 attacks, and who was indicted in August for his work in helping former President Donald Trump try to overturn the 2020 election — responded in part, “Be Careful, my dear friend!”
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