Pro-Israel crowd gathers at London cinema after it was defaced ahead of ‘Supernova’ documentary screening

Pro-Israel supporters line the streets near a north London cinema after it was defaced ahead of a screening of a documentary about the Supernova festival near Kibbutz Re’im, which was rampaged by Hamas terrorists on October 7.

Videos posted to social media show dozens of people waving Israeli flags and holding signs with photos of hostages held by terror groups in Gaza since the deadly massacre.

Anti-Israel activists vandalized the Phoenix cinema with red paint last night ahead of today’s screening of “Supernova: The Music Festival Massacre.”

“Terrorist supporters off our streets,” the protesters can be heard chanting.

Just under an hour in length, “Supernova” conveys the terror of the massacre at the rave, which came as thousands of Hamas-led terrorists launched a widespread onslaught into southern Israel, murdering some 1,200 people, most of them civilians, and abducting 252 more, while committing horrific acts of brutality including rape, torture, dismemberment and mutilation.

The rampage at the festival left 360 dead, with over 40 taken hostage.

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