At the annual Al Quds march/protest/rally, Palestinian and hezbollah supporters take to the streets of Londonistan to protest Israel. Al Quds is the Arabic name of Jerusalem. Actual British citizens turn out to protest this, carrying “Make Britain Great Again” banners, and apparently supporting Israel.
Some 200 pro-Palestinian protesters and a similar number of pro-Israel counter-demonstrators faced off in London on Sunday, as the former group marked the annual anti-Zionist Quds Day.
The event, which takes place in many cities worldwide, but mainly in Iran and some parts of the Muslim world, is held ostensibly to protest Israel’s annexation of East Jerusalem, which Palestinians see as their capital in any future peace deal. Quds is Arabic for Jerusalem.
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