Once a week, on most Tuesdays, a group of ultra-religious Jewish men from Brooklyn gather in front of the United Nations headquarters in New York City to call for the destruction of the state of Israel. They also spread their message of Holocaust denial.
They apparently adhere to a theology which teaches Jews may only return to the Holy Land once their messiah returns.
On Tuesday, two of these men arrived and began their regular protest, shouting pro-Iran, anti-Israel slogans at diplomats, tourists and any passersby.
"Iran yes, Israel no," the men chanted in unison. "The state of Israel, must go."
But then Irwin Graulich, a businessman whose office is in sight of the sidewalk where the men were protesting, arrived with his bullhorn adorned with both an Israeli and American flag.
Within seconds Graulich had the two protesters scampering across the sidewalk drowning out their chants with chants of his own, barrages of insults and a rocky version of HaTikvah, the Israeli National Anthem.
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