after she stood up in silent protest during the Republican presidential front-runner\u2019s speech \u00a0 US police escorted a Muslim woman wearing a hijab from Donald Trump\u2019s campaign event, after she stood up in silent protest during the Republican presidential front-runner\u2019s speech. Rose Hamid, 56, who was sitting in the stands behind Trump in the rally held in Rock Hill, South Carolina, stood up when the billionaire businessman suggested that Syrian refugees were affiliated with the (ISIS) terrorist group. Trump commented on Hamid as she was being kicked out of the event. \u201cThere is hatred against us that is unbelievable. It\u2019s their hatred, it\u2019s not our hatred,\u201d he said. Hamid, a flight attendant, later told CNN that she attended the campaign rally to \u201clet Trump supporters see what a Muslim looks like.\u201d Despite her silence, Trump supporters around her began shouting \u201cnicknames\u201d at the woman. It's noteworthy that Trump\u2019s presidential campaign has been marked by controversial statements directed against immigrants, refugees and Muslims.