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Police probe pro-Palestine protesters who have been pictured carrying anti-Semitic placards throughout Armistice Day march – as Suella Braverman says ‘sick, inflammatory’ indicators on show ‘mark a brand new low’

Police probe pro-Palestine protesters who have been pictured carrying anti-Semitic placards throughout Armistice Day march – as Suella Braverman says ‘sick, inflammatory’ indicators on show ‘mark a brand new low’


Police are looking for ‘hate crime’ suspects after a whole bunch of hundreds of protesters marched by means of central London on Armistice Day in what was the most important pro-Palestinian rally within the UK since Hamas launched its assault on Israel final month.

The Met Police launched an enchantment on social media in an try and establish a number of demonstrators who have been pictured carrying anti-Semitic placards at yesterday’s pro-Palestinian march.

The pressure mentioned it was additionally ‘actively in search of’ two males pictured sporting alleged Hamas-style headbands and vowed to take ‘proactive motion’ as soon as the people, disguising their balaclava and scarf-covered faces, have been recognized.

A minimum of 300,000 protesters marched Park Lane close to Hyde Park to the US embassy in Vauxhall as a part of the demonstration calling for a ceasefire in Gaza. Police made 126 arrests on the rally and 9 officers have been left injured.

Residence Secretary Suella Braverman issued a press release on social media this afternoon condemning the anti-Semitic behaviour as ‘sick and inflammatory’.

She wrote on X: ‘Our courageous law enforcement officials deserve the thanks of each first rate citizen for his or her professionalism within the face of violence and aggression from protesters and counter protesters in London yesterday. That a number of officers have been injured doing their responsibility is an outrage.

‘The sick, inflammatory and, in some circumstances, clearly prison chants, placards and paraphernalia overtly on show on the march mark a brand new low. Antisemitism and different types of racism along with the valorising of terrorism on such a scale is deeply troubling. 

‘This could’t go on. Week by week, the streets of London are being polluted by hate, violence, and antisemitism. Members of the general public are being mobbed and intimidated. Jewish individuals particularly really feel threatened. Additional motion is critical.’

Hamas-style headbands their balaclava and scarf-covered faces and has vowed to take ‘proactive motion’ as soon as they’ve been recognized” class=”blkBorder img-share” model=”max-width:100%” />

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Police are ‘actively in search of’ two males pictured sporting alleged Hamas-style headbands their balaclava and scarf-covered faces and has vowed to take ‘proactive motion’ as soon as they’ve been recognized

Among those wanted by police is a woman who was seen carrying a placard depicting Suella Braverman and Rishi Sunak as coconuts, which is a racist term used to imply that someone has betrayed their race

Among those wanted by police is a woman who was seen carrying a placard depicting Suella Braverman and Rishi Sunak as coconuts, which is a racist term used to imply that someone has betrayed their race

Amongst these needed by police is a lady who was seen carrying a placard depicting Suella Braverman and Rishi Sunak as coconuts, which is a racist time period used to suggest that somebody has betrayed their race

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One demonstrator was pictured carrying a sing that confirmed the Jewish Star of David wrapped round a Nazi swastika with the slogan: ‘No British politician ought to be a “good friend of Israel“‘

The Met has shared photos on X, formerly Twitter, of several people wanted for 'hate crimes' committed at the march, including this man

The Met has shared photos on X, formerly Twitter, of several people wanted for 'hate crimes' committed at the march, including this man

This protester is also wanted by police on suspicion of 'hate crimes'

This protester is also wanted by police on suspicion of 'hate crimes'

The Met has shared images on X, previously Twitter , of a number of individuals needed for ‘hate crimes’ dedicated on the march. These protesters are amongst these needed by police

Protesters holds a banner telling people to 'resist and fight Zionism' as they march through central London on Saturday

Protesters holds a banner telling people to 'resist and fight Zionism' as they march through central London on Saturday

Protesters holds a banner telling individuals to ‘resist and struggle Zionism’ as they march by means of central London on Saturday

One placard on display at the protest showed a snake in the colours of the Israeli flag, encircling the world, which allegedly is a direct link to Nazi Germany

One placard on display at the protest showed a snake in the colours of the Israeli flag, encircling the world, which allegedly is a direct link to Nazi Germany

One placard on show on the protest confirmed a snake within the colors of the Israeli flag, encircling the world, which allegedly is a direct hyperlink to Nazi Germany

It comes after Prime Minister Rishi Sunak mentioned the ugly scenes in London yesterday ‘completely disrespects’ the spirit of remembrance and condemned ‘wholly unacceptable’ actions by each far-right teams and ‘Hamas sympathisers’ on the pro-Palestinian march. He additionally put strain on police by saying ‘all criminality should be met with the complete and swift pressure of the regulation’.

The Met has shared images on X, previously Twitter, of a number of individuals needed for ‘hate crimes’ dedicated on the march. 

Amongst these needed by police is a lady who was seen carrying a placard depicting Suella Braverman and Mr Sunak as coconuts, which is a racist time period used to suggest that somebody has betrayed their race.

One demonstrator was pictured carrying a sing that confirmed the Jewish Star of David wrapped round a Nazi swastika with the slogan: ‘No British politician ought to be a “good friend of Israel“.’

Additionally noticed within the crowds have been indicators with the slogan ‘From the river to the ocean, palestine can be free’ which the Residence Secretary mentioned has change into ‘a staple of antisemitic discourse’.

Others on the march had effigies of useless infants to spotlight their calls for for a ceasefire.

A Palestinian flag was additionally wrapped round a First World Battle memorial close to London’s Wellington Arch, with protesters later seen climbing the statue. 

Officers detained and arrested scores of counter-protesters on the rally, which the Met mentioned was attended by 300,000 individuals. Organisers allege the most recent estimate was ‘greater than 800,000’.

Enormous crowds waved black, pink, white and inexperienced Palestinian flags and held aloft placards proclaiming ‘Cease Bombing Gaza’, shouting ‘free palestine‘, ‘ceasefire now’ and ‘Israel is a terror state’. 

The variety of arrests on Saturday topped these from all earlier pro-Palestinian marches mixed, which have seen individuals detained for hate crimes and displaying help for Hamas, which is proscribed as a terrorist group within the UK.

Police mentioned they have been ready for small breakaway teams and anticipated pockets of violence, with concern about far-right teams, together with soccer hooligans massing to guard landmark memorials.

A breakaway group (pictured) of around 150 pro-Palestinian protesters from the march were detained in Grosvenor Place yesterday. The Met said the group was firing fireworks and many were wearing face coverings

A breakaway group (pictured) of around 150 pro-Palestinian protesters from the march were detained in Grosvenor Place yesterday. The Met said the group was firing fireworks and many were wearing face coverings

A breakaway group (pictured) of round 150 pro-Palestinian protesters from the march have been detained in Grosvenor Place yesterday. The Met mentioned the group was firing fireworks and lots of have been sporting face coverings

A sign at the protest featured cartoons appearing to depict depict Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and UK Home Secretary Suella Braverman

A sign at the protest featured cartoons appearing to depict depict Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and UK Home Secretary Suella Braverman

An indication on the protest featured cartoons showing to depict depict Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and UK Residence Secretary Suella Braverman

One sign compared the conflict in Gaza to that of the Holocaust

One sign compared the conflict in Gaza to that of the Holocaust

One signal in contrast the battle in Gaza to that of the Holocaust

A placard displayed at the protest compared Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to Nazi leader Adolf Hitler

A placard displayed at the protest compared Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to Nazi leader Adolf Hitler

A placard displayed on the protest in contrast Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to Nazi chief Adolf Hitler

This sign, seen at the rally, accused Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of being the 'mastermind' behind 'all evils'

This sign, seen at the rally, accused Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of being the 'mastermind' behind 'all evils'

This signal, seen on the rally, accused Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of being the ‘mastermind’ behind ‘all evils’

People set off fireworks during the main pro-Palestinian march in London on Saturday evening

People set off fireworks during the main pro-Palestinian march in London on Saturday evening

Folks set off fireworks throughout the primary pro-Palestinian march in London on Saturday night 

Tens of thousands of people have turned up on the streets of London on Saturday

Tens of thousands of people have turned up on the streets of London on Saturday

Tens of hundreds of individuals have turned up on the streets of London on Saturday

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Law enforcement officials detain a person on the street near the ‘Nationwide March For palestine‘ in central London on Saturday

Protesters take part in a sit in at Victoria station on Saturday. One holds a sign with the controversial slogan: 'From the river to the sea'

Protesters take part in a sit in at Victoria station on Saturday. One holds a sign with the controversial slogan: 'From the river to the sea'

Protesters participate in a sit in at Victoria station on Saturday. One holds an indication with the controversial slogan: ‘From the river to the ocean’

Protesters take part in a sit-in at Victoria station in Central London on Saturday afternoon

Protesters take part in a sit-in at Victoria station in Central London on Saturday afternoon

Protesters participate in a sit-in at Victoria station in Central London on Saturday afternoon

A breakaway group of round 150 pro-Palestinian protesters from the march have been detained in Grosvenor Place yesterday.

‘The group have been firing fireworks and lots of are sporting face coverings,’ the Met mentioned., including that officers used their Part 60 and 60AA powers to detain and search these concerned. 

Earlier within the day, a complete of 82 individuals who police mentioned have been a part of ‘giant group’ of counter-protesters who had ‘tried to achieve the primary protest march’ have been arrested in Tachbrook Road, Pimlico.

Reviews instructed that some individuals have been detained and prevented from leaving the close by White Swan pub with a heavy police presence outdoors, together with officers on horseback.

An extra 10 arrests have been made all through the day for offences together with possession of offensive weapons, affray and possession of medication, police mentioned.

Counter-protesters had earlier clashed with police close to the Cenotaph, forward of a service to mark Armistice Day.

Scuffles broke out as police tried to cease a crowd of individuals carrying St George’s flags marching alongside Embankment in the direction of Whitehall, the place the Cenotaph is positioned, shortly after 10am.

The group, which had been chanting ‘England ’til I die’, pushed by means of the police barrier, with some shouting ‘let’s have them’ as officers hit out with batons. 

A woman carrying a sign reading 'Netanyahu reminds me of Hitler' marches through central London on Saturday

A woman carrying a sign reading 'Netanyahu reminds me of Hitler' marches through central London on Saturday

A girl carrying an indication studying ‘Netanyahu jogs my memory of Hitler’ marches by means of central London on Saturday

A protester holds a sign calling Suella Braverman a 'puppet for a terrorist state' while taking part in the march through London on Saturday

A protester holds a sign calling Suella Braverman a 'puppet for a terrorist state' while taking part in the march through London on Saturday

A protester holds an indication calling Suella Braverman a ‘puppet for a terrorist state’ whereas participating within the march by means of London on Saturday

Protesters hold signs at Saturday's march condemning Benjamin 'Bibi' Netanyahu and the other world leaders that pro-Palestinian demonstrators allege are responsible for the war

Protesters hold signs at Saturday's march condemning Benjamin 'Bibi' Netanyahu and the other world leaders that pro-Palestinian demonstrators allege are responsible for the war

Protesters maintain indicators at Saturday’s march condemning Benjamin ‘Bibi’ Netanyahu and the opposite world leaders that pro-Palestinian demonstrators allege are answerable for the warfare

A protester holds a placard during pro-Palestinian march in London on Saturday

A protester holds a placard during pro-Palestinian march in London on Saturday

A protester holds a placard throughout pro-Palestinian march in London on Saturday

A police officer in riot gear on Saturday pushes back a man who snatched a pro-Palestinian placard from a woman

A police officer in riot gear on Saturday pushes back a man who snatched a pro-Palestinian placard from a woman

A police officer in riot gear on Saturday pushes again a person who snatched a pro-Palestinian placard from a lady 

A counter-protester is detained by police in Parliament Square in central London on Saturday

A counter-protester is detained by police in Parliament Square in central London on Saturday

A counter-protester is detained by police in Parliament Sq. in central London on Saturday

Police clash with far-right counter-protesters in Parliament Square on Saturday

Police clash with far-right counter-protesters in Parliament Square on Saturday

Police conflict with far-right counter-protesters in Parliament Sq. on Saturday

Protesters wave flags and hold flares during a pro-Palestinian protest in London, Saturday, November 11, 2023.

Protesters wave flags and hold flares during a pro-Palestinian protest in London, Saturday, November 11, 2023.

Protesters wave flags and maintain flares throughout a pro-Palestinian protest in London, Saturday, November 11, 2023.

A protester marches through London on Saturday carrying a placard criticising Rishi Sunak

A protester marches through London on Saturday carrying a placard criticising Rishi Sunak

A protester marches by means of London on Saturday carrying a placard criticising Rishi Sunak

A protestor holds up a banner featuring Suella Braverman's face at the march on Saturday

A protestor holds up a banner featuring Suella Braverman's face at the march on Saturday

A protestor holds up a banner that includes Suella Braverman’s face on the march on Saturday

Additional clashes with police passed off in Chinatown with counter-protesters chanting ‘you are not English any extra’ in the direction of officers.

A bunch of about 100 individuals have been later held close to Westminster Bridge beneath police powers to stop a disturbance.

An Armistice Day service passed off on the Cenotaph on Whitehall at 11am, which handed off peacefully with a two-minute silence being noticed.

The Met Police mentioned in an X publish yesterday: ‘Whereas the 2 minutes’ silence was marked respectfully and with out incident on Whitehall, officers have confronted aggression from counter-protesters who’re within the space in vital numbers.’

The pressure added: ‘Officers have prevented these not concerned in getting on to Whitehall so it could possibly happen with out disruption, as we dedicated.

‘They’ve confronted unacceptable violence, together with individuals throwing missiles and a steel barrier.’

Tommy Robinson, founder and former chief of the far-right English Defence League, was seen among the many crowds of counter-protesters.

Mr Sunak will meet Met Police Commissioner Sir Mark Rowley within the coming days to carry him ‘accountable’ for the dealing with of the disturbances.

A pro-Palestinian protesters holds a sign criticising the UK government

A pro-Palestinian protesters holds a sign criticising the UK government

A professional-Palestinian protesters holds an indication criticising the UK authorities

Protesters hold flares during a pro-Palestinian protest in London on Saturday

Protesters hold flares during a pro-Palestinian protest in London on Saturday

Protesters maintain flares throughout a pro-Palestinian protest in London on Saturday

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The coalition of teams behind Saturday’s march included the palestine Solidarity Marketing campaign, Buddies of Al-Aqsa, Cease the Battle Coalition, Muslim Affiliation of Britain, Palestinian Discussion board in Britain and Marketing campaign for Nuclear Disarmament

A huge crowd gathered in Hyde Park on Saturday to call for a ceasefire in Gaza. Gathering near Parliament Square, the group threw projectiles and insulted officers. Metropolitan Police said 126 were arrested and nine officers were injured

A huge crowd gathered in Hyde Park on Saturday to call for a ceasefire in Gaza. Gathering near Parliament Square, the group threw projectiles and insulted officers. Metropolitan Police said 126 were arrested and nine officers were injured

An enormous crowd gathered in Hyde Park on Saturday to name for a ceasefire in Gaza. Gathering close to Parliament Sq., the group threw projectiles and insulted officers. Metropolitan Police mentioned 126 have been arrested and 9 officers have been injured

Far right counter protestors gather at Wellington Arch in London on Saturday

Far right counter protestors gather at Wellington Arch in London on Saturday

Far proper counter protestors collect at Wellington Arch in London on Saturday

The Prime Minister mentioned in a press release: ‘I condemn the violent, wholly unacceptable scenes we now have seen at present from the EDL (English Defence League) and related teams and Hamas sympathisers attending the Nationwide March for palestine.

‘The despicable actions of a minority of individuals undermine those that have chosen to specific their views peacefully.’

He mentioned their actions do ‘not defend the honour of our Armed Forces, however completely disrespects them’. 

‘That’s true for EDL thugs attacking law enforcement officials and trespassing on the Cenotaph, and it’s true for these singing antisemitic chants and brandishing pro-Hamas indicators and clothes on at present’s protest.’

He mentioned he could be assembly the Met chief, including: ‘All criminality should be met with the complete and swift pressure of the regulation. That’s what I informed the Met Police Commissioner on Wednesday, that’s what they’re accountable for and that’s what I count on.’

Mr Sunak had vowed to carry the Scotland Yard boss ‘accountable’ if there was any bother on Saturday, after Sir Mark resisted strain from senior Tories to ban the pro-Palestinian march because it coincided with the day commemorating the tip of the First World Battle.

Assistant Commissioner Matt Twist yesterday mentioned that the ‘excessive violence’ from the right-wing protesters in the direction of the police was ‘extraordinary and deeply regarding’.

‘They arrived early, stating they have been there to guard monuments, however some have been already intoxicated, aggressive and clearly in search of confrontation.

Met Police officers respond to the demonstrations in central London on Saturday

Met Police officers respond to the demonstrations in central London on Saturday

Met Law enforcement officials reply to the demonstrations in central London on Saturday

A counter protester in Mayfair, London on Saturday holds an English flag in opposition to the Al Quds Day rally

A counter protester in Mayfair, London on Saturday holds an English flag in opposition to the Al Quds Day rally

A counter protester in Mayfair, London on Saturday holds an English flag in opposition to the Al Quds Day rally

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Professional-palestine marchers on Vauxhall Bridge in London on Saturday

People march during a pro-Palestinian rally in central London on Saturday

People march during a pro-Palestinian rally in central London on Saturday

Folks march throughout a pro-Palestinian rally in central London on Saturday

A large crowd gathered near Parliament Square on Saturday. Police said the group threw projectiles and insulted officers

A large crowd gathered near Parliament Square on Saturday. Police said the group threw projectiles and insulted officers

A big crowd gathered close to Parliament Sq. on Saturday. Police mentioned the group threw projectiles and insulted officers

‘Abuse was directed at officers defending the Cenotaph, together with chants of “you are not English any extra”.

‘This group have been largely soccer hooligans from throughout the UK and spent a lot of the day attacking or threatening officers who have been in search of to stop them having the ability to confront the primary march.

‘Many in these teams have been stopped and searched and weapons together with a knife, a baton and knuckleduster have been discovered – in addition to class A medicine.

‘Because of the appreciable efforts of our officers, who put themselves in hurt’s approach, no person was in a position to attain the Cenotaph, which was protected always.’

Mr Twist added that officers remained deployed into the night time to reply to outbreaks of violence and to guard websites forward of Remembrance Sunday occasions.



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