Hundreds of pro-Hamas protesters took to the streets of Dearborn, Michigan Saturday to denounce Israel and call for the nation to be wiped off the map.

“From the river to the sea, Palestine will be free!” they chanted as they rolled along. “Long live the antifada!” they continued.

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Other scenes showed the huge crowd walking through the streets with onlookers standing over them on a pedestrian bridge, chanting “Palestine will never die!”:

Here’s the scene from the bridge:

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The group swarmed the sign at Fordson High School chanting, “Stand up, fight back!”

Another scene from the school, where the chants continued:

One protester told The Midwesterner, “If it means we die for the freedom of Palestine, we are ready to die,” and praised U.S. Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D), a Palestinian member of Congress:

“Hamas is not radical. Hamas is our freedom fighters. That’s our freedom fighters — that’s all we have is Hamas,” he said.

He argued the solution is “we all die or they all die is the end of it.”

Other footage from a similar protest in Ann Arbor showed the crowd denouncing border walls, including those for America.

“From Palestine to Mexico, these border walls have got to go!” they yelled.