Actress Julianna Margulies slams college students with they/them pronouns who support Hamas

Margulies has been on shows such as "The Good Wife" and in the NBC medical drama series "ER."

Published: December 1, 2023 1:23pm

Updated: December 1, 2023 2:23pm

Actress Julianna Margulies is calling out college students who support Hamas who also have "they/them" pronouns, saying they would be "beheaded" if they went to Gaza. 

"It's those kids who are spewing antisemitic hate that have no idea," Margulies, who is Jewish, said during a recent podcast. "If they stepped foot in an Islamic country, these people who want us to call them 'they/them' or whatever they want us to call them ... will be the first people beheaded and their heads played with as a soccer ball, like a soccer ball on the field."

"And that's who they're supporting?" she asked aloud. "Terrorists who don't want women to have their rights, don't want LGB- LGBTQ people get executed bar none … and this is who you're supporting." 

Margulies has been on shows such as "The Good Wife" and in the NBC medical drama series "ER."

She made the comments on the "Back Room" podcast, hosted by Andy Ostroy, according to Fox News.

"It is so insane to me that it is laughable if it wasn't so sad," Margulies said. 

She has been an outspoken voice against antisemitism following the Oct. 7 terrorist attacks on Israel by Hamas. 

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