A brawl broke out outside a screening of the 43-minute film of the atrocities committed by the Hamas terrorist organization on October 7 which was organized by Israeli actress Gal Gadot in Los Angeles last night (Wednesday).

The screening of “Bearing Witness to the October 7th Massacre," a collection of clips from the massacre, many of which were taken by the Hamas perpetrators, was held at the Museum of Tolerance.

Anti-Israel demonstrators gathered outside the building to protest the publication of the evidence of Hamas' atrocities and chanted "From the river to the sea, Palestine will be free," a genocidal slogan that calls for the complete destruction of the State of Israel and the murder or expulsion of all Jews living between the Jordan River and the Meditteranean Sea.

The anti-Israel demonstrators clashed with pro-Israel counter-demonstrators, with multiple punches and kicks thrown during the brawl. The police had a large force stationed outside the screening and broke up the brawl.

Los Angeles Mayor Karen Bass condemned the brawl in a post to X (formerly Twitter), writing: "We cannot allow current worldwide tension to devolve into this unacceptable violence in our city. This is a time of immense pain and distress for thousands of Angelenos. We must stand together."

Gadot was not in attendance herself at the screening she organized, though her husband, Yaron Varsano, was. 200 people attended the screening/

The Wonder Woman actress has been attacked by anti-Israel activists on social media for arranging to show the 43-minute film documenting the atrocities Hamas committed on October 7. The film has previously been shown to foreign journalists in Israel and to Israeli MKs, many of whom could not bear to watch until the end due to how horrible the events documented were. Anti-Israel activists have accused Gadot of supporting genocide for seeking to publicize the attacks on innocent Israelis and for supporting her home country of Israel following the worst massacre of Jews since the Nazi Holocaust.

Los Angeles has already seen deadly violence from anti-Israel activists. Earlier this week, an anti-Israel activist murdered Paul Kessler, a 69-year-old Jewish man, when he struck Kessler on the head with a bullhorn. Kessler fell to the ground and struck his head again, leaving a significant amount of blood on the pavement. He was taken to the hospital, where he was pronounced dead.

No arrests have been made in the murder of Kessler despite the murderer's identity being known to police and the coroner's finding that the cause of death was blunt force trauma.