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A viral video purports to show an anti-Israel demonstrator at New York University confessing she doesn't know why she's protesting.

In a video clip posted to X by former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani, a young woman at Monday night's NYU protest struggles to answer when asked what the "goal" of the demonstration was.

"I think the goal is just showing our support for Palestine and demanding that NYU stops — I honestly don't know all of what NYU is doing," she tells the unidentified interviewer.


The protester then turns to another protester and asks if she knew why they were there.

"I really don't know. I'm pretty sure they are — do you know what NYU is doing?" she asks.

The second protester also admits she doesn't know why they're protesting at NYU.

"I wish I was more educated," she confesses. 

The video encounter was posted Wednesday morning and racked up over three million views in less than 24 hours.


The interview was an excerpt from Giuliani's livestream show, "America's Mayor Live," political strategist Ted Goodman told Fox News Digital.

Goodman, who produces the former NYC mayor's show, said his team captured the video while interviewing protesters outside NYU's campus in lower Manhattan on Monday evening.

In a longer version of the clip shared with Fox News Digital, the protester identifies herself as a Fordham University student who traveled to Columbia and NYU to support the protests. 

"The young woman in this video is the perfect example of the modern American Left and their indoctrination of young people. They don't know what they're doing and are serving as tools to something much more sinister," Giuliani told Fox News Digital in a statement. "She's just one of many examples of the deterioration of our education system here in America."

Protests were still being held on the NYU campus on Wednesday after students staged a walkout the day before. On Monday night, over 100 protesters were arrested after a night of violence.

On Wednesday, anti-Israel agitators at the school demanded an "intifada revolution" and held up pictures of Islamic Jihad terrorist Yacoub Qadri, Fox News Digital reported from the scene.

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