Pictures taken by Jihad Watch reader Jennifer before the protest turned violent:
What’s a “Jihah”?
The black flag of jihad
Leftist/Jihadist Alliance Alert
George Galloway, Jihad Watch’s Dhimmi Internationale 2005, was there
Against Saudi’s Abdullah, Egypt’s Mubarak, and the PA’s Abbas: the stance of hardline Islamic jihadists
The Left (and some who claim to be on the Right) cry “Hitler” so often, what will they do when a real one comes along?
Raymond emails to note that this sign says “British Muslim Initiative” in English, as well as the acronym BMI, but in the Arabic, all it says is “the Islamic Initiative,” (al-mubadra al-islamiyya) not British Muslim Initiative, al-mubadra al-islamiyya al-britaniyya. Significance: to show sympathetic Brits and English speakers that Muslims think of themselves as “British” — you know, “we are all one” — while doing away with such infidel talk when addressing fellow Muslims in Arabic. In Arabic, it doesn’t even just say “Muslim Initiative” minus “British,” but rather “Islamic Initiative,” giving it more “Islamist” overtones.
Yes, it is, pal, but not in the way you’d like us to believe
Boycott doubled letters
Calling on Muslims to unite against the U.S. — isn’t that “Islamophobia”?
Wants cages for Jews
Muslim Association of Britain was involved
So was MPACUK
The last picture above comes from Pamela, who has many more photos of violent protests worldwide, and also this video from London:
“Gaza protest ends in violence,” from the Press Association, January 10 (thanks to Jennifer):
An anti-war demonstration has ended in violence as protesters clashed with riot police in London.
The protest against Israel’s attacks on Gaza saw one police officer knocked unconscious and two others receive facial injuries, a police spokesman said.
An initially peaceful demonstration ended with a group of protesters facing mounted riot police throwing missiles and smashing windows on Kensington High Street near the Israeli Embassy. Riot officers from the Metropolitan Police force charged at the group of mainly young men.
Sticks and barriers were hurled at the officers by the group, many of whom were masked.
About 300 police in full riot gear had surrounded a similar-sized group of protesters pushing them up the street. Three people were arrested, police said.
Of the three arrests, one man was held on suspicion of assaulting a police officer and another man was in custody on suspicion of aggravated trespass. The spokesman said they were awaiting details of the third arrest.
Police ensured a heavy presence at the demonstration after a similar protest in the capital last Saturday was also marred by confrontations.
The Metropolitan Police estimated 12,000 people joined in Britain’s biggest pro-Palestine demonstration in London’s Hyde Park before marching through the capital to the embassy, chanting “free, free Palestine”….