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NEW YORK — Actor Alec Baldwin smacked away a phone belonging to an anti-Israeli protester who cornered him at a Manhattan coffee shop demanding he say "Free Palestine," a recently surfaced video of the exchange shows.

Unshaven and talking on his cellphone, Baldwin, 66, is minding his own business at the coffee shop when the protester starts recording him.

"Alec, can you please say 'Free Palestine' one time?" a woman behind the camera asks him, according to the video.

The "30 Rock" actor ignores the woman, who then begins to jibe him about the fatal shooting on the set of his Western movie "Rust" in 2021.

"Why did you kill that lady?" the woman asks, recalling the death of Halyna Hutchins on the movie set. "You kill that lady and got no jail time?"

Baldwin glares at the woman as he heads to the door. A worker at the coffee shop tries to run interference, but the woman is undeterred.

"I'll leave you alone, I swear!" she says, according to the video. "Just say 'Free Palestine' one time!"

Baldwin opens the door and tries to usher the protester out of the coffee shop first, but she refuses.

The actor asks the worker to call the police as he refuses to parrot her words.

"Say 'Free Palestine,'" the woman continues.

Apparently reaching his limit, Baldwin steps back into the coffee shop, asks a worker for "one quick favor," then shoots out his hand, striking the phone recording him.

The video was posted Monday by Crackhead Barney & Friends, an "anti-fascist interview show" that supports protests against Israel's actions in Gaza.

"White devil Alec Baldwin attacked me While I was trying to get coffee," the poster wrote.

It was not disclosed when the clash took place.

The New York Police Department said no criminal complaints were filed about the exchange.

The quick-tempered Baldwin was arrested in 2018 for sucker-punching another man in a fight over a Greenwich Village parking spot.

In 2012, Baldwin was accused of assaulting Daily News photographer Marcus Santos, who said the "The Shadow" star punched him in the face outside the city Marriage License Bureau. Baldwin went ballistic when Santos snapped him outside the Worth Street office after Baldwin and now wife Hilaria Thomas picked up their license in Lower Manhattan.

A year later, Baldwin got into a street scuffle with another photographer, pinning him to the hood of a parked car, just days after the actor's daughter was born.

In 2014, Baldwin was charged with disorderly conduct after jawing at cops who stopped him for riding his bike the wrong way down a one-way street. The case was later dismissed.

Baldwin has pleaded not guilty to involuntary manslaughter in Hutchins' death after he was indicted by a grand jury in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Prosecutors say Baldwin has consistently recounted "a different version of events … and his later statements contradicted his previous statements."