Jewish Man Killed at Pro-Palestinian Rally in CA, Possible Hate Crime

A Jewish man was killed at a pro-Palestinian rally in California … and police are now investigating his death as a possible hate crime.

69-year-old Paul Kessler was attending the Sunday afternoon event in Thousand Oaks, CA, where there was also a competing pro-Israel rally. Kessler was demonstrating in support of Israel.

As you know, Israelis and Palestinians — under the rule of Hamas — are embroiled in a bloody war in the Middle East. Hamas attacked the Jewish state in October, sparking the conflict.

Law enforcement tells us … At the gathering in Ventura County, Kessler got into a heated argument with the Palestinian counter-protesters, leading to a physical fight.

Cops say Kessler was knocked backwards, causing him to fall and hit his head on the ground.

Video of the incident later surfaced on X. Take a look … Kessler is sprawled out on the sidewalk after the altercation. He appears to be in agony as two people tend to him.

Kessler was rushed to a local hospital, where he died from his head injuries. The L.A. County Coroner determined his death was a homicide.

A rep for the Ventura County Sheriff’s Office says they’re investigating and have not ruled out “the possibility of a hate crime.” No one has been arrested.

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