Anti-Israel Nonprofit Incited Columbia Protesters to Riot

( – As increasingly violent protests against Israel continue, both on and off University campuses, many people are beginning to question where the funding is coming from.

Recent arrests at Columbia University revealed nearly half the protestors are not affiliated with the school in any way. Professional agitators and people connected with well-known terrorist supporters have been noted at the encampments. Masses of matching green tents have appeared along with professional catering services at some locations. Peaceful protests have escalated to violence and destruction seemingly overnight.

Manolo De Los Santos, executive director of the New York City nonprofit The People’s Forum (TPF) hosted a meeting on Monday April 29 for masked protestors. He denounced the school’s administration as Zionists. Then he encouraged the protestors to make “politics as usual” untenable in America. In a viral video from earlier this year De Los Santos was seen calling for a final blow to “destroy Israel”. TFP could lose their tax-exempt status for planning illegal activities or inducing crimes to be committed.

The TFP is primarily funded by Neville Roy Singham and his wife Jodie Evans. They are both wealthy activists with ties to the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). Nonprofit activist groups Jewish Voice for Peace and IfNotNow are also bankrolling the Columbia University hostile occupation. Both organizations are supported by the Tides Foundation, a leftist donor funding organization that receives considerable funding from mysterious and controversial billionaire George Soros.

With so many protestors from outside the schools, some have expressed the belief that this movement is using professional activists paid for by hostile governments or even terrorist groups. Crowds on Demand’s CEO Adam Swart has denied accusations that his company is providing actors for the events. Although his company does provide paid protestors for many events, he says that they have decided to not engage with either pro-Palestine or pro-Israel protests. He commented that there are many telltale signs that someone is and added that hostile foreign sources fueling the protests is a troubling possibility.

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