wang1993: With Quds Day March, London Shows Tolerance for Anti-Semitism

With Quds Day March, London Shows Tolerance for Anti-Semitism

22 Jun 2017 at 06:28pm
Just weeks after the British Cheap Jerseys NFL government spent millions on putting armed police on the streets to make people feel “safer” in wake of the recent terror attacks, authorities have taken the bizarre decision to allow hundreds of Hezbollah sympathizers to march through the streets of London on Sunday to mark al-Quds Day.

Hezbollah is Basketball Jerseys For Sale a highly sectarian, anti-Semitic terrorist organization that calls for the genocide of Jews and is currently, in its own words, waging “jihad” in Syria in support of the murderous Assad regime at the behest of their state sponsor Iran.

Al-Quds Day (Al-Quds is Cheap Jerseys For Sale
an Arabic name for Jerusalem) was established by Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, the founder of the Islamic Republic of Iran, in the immediate aftermath of the 1979 Islamic Revolution to call for the annihilation of the state of Israel. Robert Wistrich, the late scholar of anti-Semitism, wrote that Khomeini Cheap NFL Jerseys designated al-Quds Day as one when the oppressed nations would "rise up and dispose of this source of corruption [Israel]."

The organizers of the rally, the so-called Islamic Human Rights Commission, advertised the event on its website New Nike NFL Jerseys as an opportunity for people from all over the country to unite “for the freedom of the oppressed in Palestine and beyond.” But it was nothing other than an opportunity for anti-Semites to rally behind the flag of a terrorist organization and engage in a hate fest on the streets of London with impunity.

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