London: Thousands march in support of Muslim terror groups, against Israel’s right to exist
Thousands of terror-fans, including convicted teen-terrorist Ahed Tamimi, marched in central London in support of Muslim terror groups and against the 71st anniversary of the State of Israel.
Marchers in London chanted “From the river to the sea, Palestine will be free” as they demanded the dismantling of Israel as a Jewish state.
According to the so-called Palestinians, the ‘Israeli Occupation’ means Tel Aviv, Beer Sheva, Haifa, Jerusalem. ‘From the River to the Sea’, is actually a call for genocide: Muslims should replace Israel, from the Jordan River to the Mediterranean Sea.
Terror-sympathizers held banners calling on the UK to stop arming Israel and in support of the Islamic Jihad and Hamas terror groups following the recent escalation which saw 700 rockets fired by Muslim terrorists and four Israeli civilians murdered.
Leading the march was 18-year-old Ahed Tamimi, the female Muslim terrorist member of the Tamimi clan of jihadists, who was convicted for physically assaulting an IDF soldier.
Ahead of the protests Labour Party antisemite leader Jeremy Corbyn expressed his support for the destruction of the Jewish State and his desire for a second Holocaust:
“We cannot stand by or stay silent at the continuing denial of rights and justice to the Palestinian people. The Labour Party is united in condemning the ongoing human rights abuses by Israeli forces, including the shooting of hundreds of unarmed Palestinian demonstrators in Gaza… demanding their rights,” he wrote on his Facebook page.
A small counter-demonstration was held by pro-Israel activists, who waved Israeli flags and expressed support for Israel’s right to exist and defend itself.