A silently protesting Muslim woman was ejected from a rally for Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump on Friday. Rose Hamid, who wears a hijab, was sitting in the stands behind Trump. When Trump said that Syrian refugees may be affiliated with the Islamic State, Hamid stood up in silent protest. Trump supporters began to chant the candidate's name, as they were instructed to do by staff prior to the event in case of a protest. As Hamid was escorted out, members of the crowd began booing her. "You have a bomb, you have a bomb," one Trump supporter said, according to Hamid. After Hamid and other protestors were escorted out, Trump said of the disturbance: "There is hatred against us that is unbelievable It's their hatred, it's not our hatred."