Hat tip: the redoubtable Shirlee!
Update: Reports Jenny Hillman for J-Wire:
'The shop was full at the time with a significant number of pro-Israel supporters among the customers. When the demonstration started, the police formed a line outside the store making entry and exit difficult. There were about 60 boycott supporters standing on the opposite side of the street and there was no way they had planned a peaceful demonstration as they had at least four megaphones and were screaming "from the river to the sea". But more upsetting than that were placards displaying "Max, Max Murderer" and "Stop Mixing Blood in Your Coffee"… This goes beyond democratic rights of freedom of speech and becomes, in my opinion, defamatory.
These protestors were screaming for genocide.
I had a women screaming at me with such hatred and venom that I believe I was looking at the worst kind of anti semitism.
It was a wake up call: we are dealing with something extremely ugly.
There were no arrests and the demonstration lasted around half an hour.'