Israel's ambassador to UK is bundled out of LSE by security guards as jeering crowd of hard-left activists rush her car and clash with police following attempt to 'de-platform her' and 'smash her car windows'

 Israel's ambassador to the UK was last night bundled out of London School of Economics when pro-Palestine students tried to storm the building.

Tzipi Hotovely was rushed into her diplomatic Jaguar by her bodyguards and raced away after protesters screamed and tried to grab her.

The 42-year-old diplomat, who was part of a debate at the union, carried flowers while thugs yelled 'aren't you ashamed' and branded her country a 'terrorist state' as they set upon her car.

An Instagram handle called LSE Class War appeared to take credit for the chaos by calling for students to 'smash her car window' and 'storm the building'.

Government ministers Priti Patel, Nadhim Zahawi and James Cleverly condemned the 'aggressive and threatening behaviour' this morning.

Footage from last night showed Ms Hotovely holding flowers as she fled the students' union after the peaceful debate between 6pm and 7.30pm on the Holborn campus.

She was met by livid pro-Palestine protesters yelling 'aren't you ashamed' while booing and trying to force their way past police.

Bodyguards rushed the diplomat into the back of her Jaguar just as one protester broke the line of officers before being tackled by her protection.

Her car sped away and was followed by her security in a Land Rover - which had to force its way through the crowd.

Furious demonstrators chanting 'shame on you' after her later appeared to clash with Met officers guarding the protest. 

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