Muslim Woman Silently Protesting At Trump Rally Is Ejected

A woman stood up after Trump said Syrian immigrants are likely members of ISIS. She was later escorted out of the building.
Muslim Woman Silently Protesting At Trump Rally Is Ejected

A Muslim woman silently protesting at a Trump rally was escorted out by police.

She was wearing a hijab, a shirt that read "I come in peace" and a badge that said "Muslim." (Video via KTVZ)

She stood up after Trump said this about Syrian immigrants. "It's turning out that they probably are ISIS," Donald Trump said at a rally Friday in South Carolina.

"One guy was saying, 'Get out. Do you have a bomb? Do you have a bomb?' And I said, 'No, do you have a bomb?' ... I have this sincere belief that if people get to know each other one-on-one that they'll stop being afraid of each other," Rose Hamid told CNN.

Trump had previously called for a ban on all Muslims coming into the U.S.

He's known for tossing protesters out.

"Throw them out. Throw them out into the cold," Donald Trump said at a rally in Vermont.

But they're usually a little rowdier. (Video via NBC and

This video includes images from Getty Images.

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