Last week I posted some disturbing scenes from an anti-Israel rally in London, including that of a police constable showing support for their morally reprehensible, antisemitic cause.
It looks like the video in the tweets I included were removed, but not to worry. It has been posted elsewhere:
and the police constable has been outed.
A police constable who shouted ‘Free Palestine’ at a protest is named as a 20-year-old new recruit who joined the Met just six months ago.
PC Nusheen Jan raised her fist in the air and joined in with protesters outside the Israeli embassy in Kensington, west London, last weekend.
Demonstrators were calling for ‘immediate action’ and an ‘end to occupation’ amid the ongoing conflict with Israel that has led to the deaths of hundreds of people.
It can now be revealed that the officer in question, PC Jan, had started with the Metropolitan Police’s Roads and Transport Policing Command six months ago – after completing her three months of training.
The Directorate of Professional Standards has been informed and are investigating the full circumstances of this incident and to determine what further action is appropriate’.
In footage taken at the protest last weekend, the policewoman is shown holding the hand of an activist having been handed a white rose.
PC Jan appears to say she is ‘praying day and night’ to Allah.
She then embraces the woman despite Met rules saying ‘officers must remain independent and impartial in carrying out their duties’.
She raises her arm in the air and repeatedly chants: ‘Free free Palestine, free free Palestine’, sparking cheers from the thousands of people walking to the protest at the Israeli embassy.
But don’t be fooled by her name. She is just an emotional gal.
A friend told The Sun: ‘Nush has been upset by scenes from Gaza and the emotion caused her to do what she did.’
Apparently, the violence and antisemitism on display – including violence against her fellow policemen and women – did not elicit such emotions. Go figure.
Here’s hoping she is not allowed on the streets again as a policewoman.
Perhaps she and a certain ex physics teacher can drown their sorrows together.