Clashes erupted outside a synagogue in Los Angeles on Sunday morning as anti-Israel protesters faced off with supporters of Israel. The violence took place in front of the Adas Torah synagogue on Pico Boulevard before noon.

Videos from the scene show individuals from both groups exchanging punches. Many in the crowd were wearing keffiyehs and masks, while those supporting Israel were draped in Israeli flags. Police arrived at the scene around 11 a.m. to control the situation.

One video captured a disturbing moment where a group appeared to be surrounding a woman on the ground in a fetal position, while others attempted to intervene and break up the crowd. Aerial footage showed police officers in riot gear forming a perimeter around the area.

It is still unclear if there were any arrests made or the extent of injuries sustained during the clashes. Fox News Digital has reached out to the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) for additional information on the incident.

The violence on Sunday occurred more than eight months after Israel’s offensive in Gaza, which was in response to a terror attack on Oct. 7. The attack carried out by Hamas militants resulted in the deaths of 1,200 people and the taking of hundreds more as hostages.

The conflict has reignited antisemitism globally as critics highlight the high number of civilian casualties in Gaza. The Gaza Strip’s Health Ministry, which is controlled by Hamas, reported nearly 38,000 Palestinian deaths since Oct. 7, without distinguishing between civilians and combatants.

Israel has contested these figures, stating that they are combating a terrorist group operating within densely populated urban areas.

The situation underscores the ongoing tensions and complexities surrounding the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. It serves as a reminder of the deep-seated divisions and emotions that continue to fuel violence and unrest in the region.