London Police Investigate Antisemitism at ‘Al Quds Day’ March


Algemeiner: London police have launched two investigations into the “Al Quds Day” march held in the British capital last Sunday, following complaints about antisemitic speeches and Islamist propaganda – including the flags of Lebanese terrorist organization Hezbollah – seen and heard at the event.

A spokesperson for the Metropolitan Police said: “We can confirm that we have received two allegations in relation to the Al Quds march on Sunday 18 June. The allegations relate to flags displayed during the march and alleged antisemitic comments. Detectives from Westminster CID are investigating.”

The march, an annual event, is sponsored by the Islamic Human Rights Commission (IHRC) – a British Muslim organization with close ties to the Iranian regime. more …

Opinion: BPT News would like to help in the investigation to determine if there was any hint of anti-Semitism:

  • When the term Al Quds is used in place of Jerusalem and the next words ‘Death to Israel ‘are used — it may be anti-Semitism
  • When the yellow Hezbollah flag is displayed with “Allah” grasping an assault rifle — it may be anti-Semitism
  • When a march is sponsored by the Iranian Human Rights Commission — it may be a hint of anti-Semitism

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