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Jerry Seinfeld’s brutal return to pro-Palestine hecklers at his Melbourne comedy show: ‘You just gave a Jew more money’

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Jerry Seinfeld cracked down on pro-Palestinian protesters during one of his Australian comedy shows after the group began booing him while he was on stage.

Jerry Seinfeld once again cracked down on pro-Palestinian protesters during one of his Australian comedy shows after the group began booing him while he was on stage.

The comedian was performing to thousands of fans at Melbourne’s Rod Laver Arena on Saturday night when he encountered a handful of pro-Palestinian hecklers.

Towards the end of their performance, the group began singing “From the river to the sea, Palestine will be free.”

In response to the interruption, Seinfeld immediately responded to the protesters who had paid to attend his show.

Jerry Seinfeld cracked down on pro-Palestinian protesters during one of his Australian comedy shows after the group began booing him while he was on stage.

“I think you need to go back and say to whoever runs your organization, ‘We just gave more money to a Jew,'” he said, as the crowd erupted in laughter and applause.

‘That can’t be a good plan for you.

“You have to come up with a better plan.”

Police then escorted the protesters out of the stadium.

Earlier in the evening, just over a dozen Palestine supporters were seen outside the venue holding signs that read “F**k Jerry Seinfeld.”

There was also a heavy police presence with officers guarding the entrances to the stadium.

It comes after the comedian was heckled during one of his shows in Sydney on Tuesday night.

The legendary comedian was performing his second show at the ICC Sydney Theater when two men stood up and began singing “Free Palestine” while waving the Palestinian flag, in footage captured by the Australian Jewish Association.

They were also heard calling him a “pirate” and a “fraud.”

The audience quickly responded with boos and it wasn’t long before the TV veteran zeroed in on the hecklers.

‘You’re doing great. You’re getting them on your side, can you hear it? It’s working,” Seinfeld, 70, said as security moved in to handle the situation.

‘You have strong political feelings but you don’t know where to express them.

Seinfeld, who has said he supports Israel, has been heckled by Palestinian supporters during his stay in Australia.

Seinfeld, who has said he supports Israel, has been heckled by Palestinian supporters during his stay in Australia.

‘You think ruining the night doesn’t affect me? You’re ruining all these people’s nights.

Seinfeld, who is Jewish, made a solidarity visit to Israel in late 2023. He also met with families of hostages taken by Hamas.

He has said that he will always support Israel and the Jewish people.

Another incident occurred last Sunday night at Qudos Bank Arena when an audience member interrupted Seinfeld with a provocative chant.

While performing for the crowd, the heckler shouted, “From the river to the sea, Palestine will be free.”

The outburst sparked immediate reactions from the audience who demanded the protester “get out” before chanting “Jerry, Jerry.”

Security quickly intervened, escorting the heckler away as the audience erupted in boos.

‘We have a genius, ladies and gentlemen. “He solved the Middle East (crisis),” Seinfeld said.

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