Scenes From London’s Al Quds Day, August 21, 2011

If you thought the video of the previous post shows England has serious problems, get a load of the following, taken from Sunday’s Al Quds Day in London.

Exhibit A: Lauren Booth accusing Israel of all manner of crimes, lauding Hamas, calling for terrorism (e.g. “The Israeli’s will never have a moment’s good sleep in their beds. May they never have a second to taste the sweetness of tranquility so long as one palestinian child rots in their prison or one child dies under their bombs!”), as well as calling for the Arab states to “liberate Al Quds”

Exhibit B: Abdul Wahid, Chairman of the pan-Islamic oganization Hizb ut-Tahrir, speaking of his respect for the fighters “making Jihad” against the Israelis and calling for the libration of Al Quds (“You can’t take an army, which is a nation’s army, a terrorist nation’s army, and defeat it with sincere small fighters. It needs some of those states around to release their armies to burn that land and then that region will see peace like it had in the past. Because the only time that land has seen peace between Muslim, Christian and Jew living side by side was when sincere Islamic rulers ruled with justice.”)

Exhibit C: Shabbir Rizvi with some good old fashioned racist poetry (On Obama: “Uber Uncle Tom history will call you, and a coconut is always white on the inside and black outside”)

Exhibit D: John Rees of Stop The War Coalition seeing no problem speaking at a rally calling for Israel’s violent overthrow, while lauding violent acts against the Israeli embassy in Cairo.

Exhibit E: Sunday The Rabbi Spoke At A Rally Calling For Israel’s Destruction


Exhibit F: Some peaceful scenes from the rally.

More here.


David Lange

A law school graduate, David Lange transitioned from work in the oil and hi-tech industries into fulltime Israel advocacy. He is a respected commentator and Middle East analyst who has often been cited by the mainstream media

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