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“George Norcross, a prominent figure in South Jersey’s business and political spheres, is currently contemplating legal action against the Philadelphia Eagles. The reason behind this potential lawsuit stems from his ejection during last Sunday’s game against the Dallas Cowboys.
Norcross alleges that he was forcibly removed from the event and subjected to physical assault because he refused to take down the American and Israeli flags he had displayed on his seating box. Notably, Congressman Donald Norcross, George’s brother, shared an image of the flag on social media.
In response to this incident, George Norcross released a statement expressing bewilderment at the perceived obscenity, impropriety, or indecency attributed to the U.S.-Israeli flag. He stated:
“Yesterday, I was involuntarily ejected and subjected to force by the non-police security staff of Lincoln Financial Field, as well as representatives from the Eagles and the NFL. This happened because I refused to remove a 3′ x 5′ American and Israeli flag that I had hung off the box where I was seated. As a devoted, long-standing fan and season ticket holder, I have witnessed the Eagles and the NFL taking unequivocal stances on various critical matters related to civil justice, global conflicts, and ethnic issues, including their support for the people of Ukraine. Given my strong backing of Israel—a nation recently attacked by the terrorist group Hamas less than a month ago—I felt it was imperative to make a significant statement.
It remains unclear why the Eagles and the NFL considered the U.S.-Israeli flag as “obscene or indecent” or otherwise unsuitable, which is the reason I was given for my ejection and the flag’s removal. This is in spite of both organizations issuing public declarations in support of Israel following the attacks on October 7th. As I deliberate on the prospect of pursuing legal action against the Philadelphia Eagles, the NFL, and the security firm responsible for my removal from the box, a situation in which I was paraded in front of thousands of fans, I encourage other supporters of Israel to voice their sentiments to the team and the NFL, much as they have done with educational institutions such as Penn and Harvard.
There is no dispute: On October 7th, Hamas perpetrated acts of violence against innocent Israeli civilians, including the heinous crimes of assault against women and the murder of children, while also holding hostages. I firmly believe in Israel’s right to defend itself, just as the United States did following the September 11th attacks. I will continue to be a staunch and vocal advocate for Israel’s right to self-defense. While Americans have the right to engage in peaceful protest, it is important to clarify that this does not encompass the right to make threats of bodily harm or even death.”
(USNEWSPRESS) Philadelphia reached out to the Eagles for a statement, but as of now, they have not responded.”
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