Be On The Look Out For Jew And Israel Hate At Palestine Expo London 2017

Palestine Expo 2017 is coming up on the 8th and 9th of July in the heart of London. It is being held in a building owned and managed by a government agency right opposite Westminster Abbey and a literal hand grenade’s throw from the Houses of Parliament and Big Ben.

Palestine Expo will be the biggest social, cultural and entertainment event on Palestine to ever take place in Europe. It will take place over 2 days and across 5 floors at the award winning Queen Elizabeth II Centre.

The event will have inspiration speakers, interactive zones, a knowledge village, a food court, live entertainment, an academic workshop, a gallery, a shopping quarter and a student hub.

The list of “inspirational speakers” is entirely unbalanced and will showcase a wide range uniformly hostile opinions from “we hate Jews living on their indigenous lands” to “we really, really, really hate Jews living on their indigenous lands”.

“Interactive Zones” will allow you to “enter a virtual reality experience exploring Palestinian history” – one wonders if this will be as enlightening as the recently opened and still largely empty Museum of Palestinian History.

This event is being countered and efforts are underway to get it banned: you can help those efforts on social media on twitter and Facebook.

Palestine Expo will no doubt glorify Palestinian terror against Israelis. Holding it a few meters from where Khalid Masood murdered people with his car and then a knife (directly copying the tactics used here in Israel by Palestinian terrorists for so long) is a special form of triumphalism. To hold this event in the shadow of both the most recent Manchester child slaughter atrocity and the 7/7 transport murders of 2005 should be an insult to every decent person in Britain.


Brian of London

Brian of London is not the messiah, he's a very naughty boy. Since making aliyah in 2009, Brian has blogged at Israellycool. Brian is an indigenous rights activist fighting for indigenous people who’ve returned to their ancestral homelands and built great things.