Palestine activist brands pro-Israel supporters 'child-molesters'
Vile moment Palestine activist brands pro-Israel supporters ‘killers and child-molesters’ before have-a-go heroes shout him down on day 100k marched against anti-Semitism in London
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This is the vile moment a Palestine activist branded pro-Israel supporters ‘killers’ and ‘child molesters’ before he was shouted down by brave have-a-go-heroes filming the shocking incident.
Footage posted on social media shows a row breaking out between two men on a train in London, in which the Palestine activist threatens to ‘smack’ the pro-Israel supporter ‘across the head’.
He then turns and shouts to the other passengers, branding them ‘clowns’, ‘donkeys’ and ‘r***rds’ while the brave Israel activist films the incident on his phone.
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The yob gets his phone out to record the crowd and says: ‘Say hello guys, say hello that you support f****** killers. There are a lot of […] absolute r***rds. Absolute jokes with your little stupid posters man.’
The have-a-go heroes start heckling the Palestine activist, shouting ‘shame on you’ and ‘you should be ashamed’. Violence appears to break out as the activist launches himself at another passenger but the footage, filmed by a pro-Israel supporter, does not show the scene.
It came as more than 100,000 people marched through London in a peaceful protest against anti-Semitism yesterday.
Footage shows a Palestine activist (pictured) branding pro-Israel supporters ‘killers’ and ‘child molesters’
The video shows a row breaking out between two men on a train, in which the Palestine activist threatens to ‘smack’ the pro- Israel supporter ‘across the head’
MailOnline has contacted British Transport Police for more information about the incident.
It came after a London bus passenger yelled ‘only Jews eat at McDonald’s’ in a sickening anti-Semitic rant on Armistice Day after interrupting a couple who were discussing the fast food chain’s chips.
The Metropolitan Police confirmed it was probing the shocking video taken in Kentish Town, Camden, as they warned: ‘There is no place in London for hate.’
The woman, who was wearing a black bandanna launched into the ‘distressing’ tirade on Saturday, November 11, when 300,000 people marched through central London in a pro-Palestine protest.
The activist brands the crowd ‘clowns’, ‘donkeys’ and ‘r***rds’ as a brave pro-Israel supporter films the incident on his phone
Have-a-go heroes start heckling the Palestine activist, shouting ‘shame on you’ and ‘you should be ashamed’
More than 100,000 people marched through central London in a peaceful protest against anti-Semitism yesterday
A child is seen holding a banner which reads ‘No hate no fear’ at the protest yesterday
The march gathering outside the Royal Courts of Justicce yesterday
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As brave have-a-go heroes filmed her and called out her abusive rant, she continued to be aggressive and took a violent swipe at a woman’s phone despite shouting to others: ‘Don’t touch me.’
Pro-Palestinian activists have widely called for people to boycott McDonald’s after they reportedly donated free meals to IDF soldiers at the start of the Israel-Hamas war.
Yesterday English Defence League founder Tommy Robinson was pepper sprayed by police as he was arrested during Sunday’s March Against Anti-Semitism in London after being told by organisers to stay away.
He was detained by dozens of officers near the Royal Courts of Justice, where the rally attended by tens of thousands of people started.
Photos and video from the scene show the 40-year-old, whose real name is Stephen Yaxley-Lennon, with his eyes partially closed after synthetic pepper spray was used on him.
The Metropolitan Police said the substance was used after he ‘resisted as officers attempted to put him in handcuffs’ having being ‘warned repeatedly’ it would be sprayed.
Mr Robinson had claimed he was attending the rally, which was the biggest protest against anti-Semitism in London since 1936, ‘as a journalist’, but the march’s organisers had raised concerns his attendance would ’cause fear for other participants’.
On the day he was seen arguing with officers for around 10 minutes outside Soho coffee shop opposite the Royal Courts of Justice before being led away by police.
Scotland Yard said it arrested Mr Robinson after he refused to leave the area when asked to by police officers.
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