Iran-backed terror group Hezbollah’s flag can be flown on the streets of central London at the upcoming Al-Quds Day march – because the organisation’s “political wing” is not proscribed by the British government, police have confirmed
Under Muslim mayor Sadiq Khan, London has seen discord, skyrocketing crime and a strengthening of Islamic supremacist entitlements. Last summer, Trump berated Khan over his irresponsible response to jihad attacks in London. Some more grim news from Khan’s London:
- In December, Muslims in London screamed “Death to America” and “Death to Israel”;
- A year before that, 1000 Muslims blocked London streets to chant “Allahu akbar” twice in a week, in a series of protests to demand an Islamic caliphate in Syria;
- Khan invested massive amounts of taxpayer dollars in a police witch hunt against “offensive communication” amid London’s violent crime surge;
- Even before Khan’s election as mayor, his “dealings with Islamic extremists” raised doubts “over his suitability as London’s next mayor”;
- He endorsed anti-Semites, defended 9/11 terrorists, defending an al Qaeda member, played the victimology narrative, called deadly jihad attacks “part and parcel” of life in a big city, and referred to progressive Muslims who want to live in unison with Westerners “uncle Toms.”
“Metropolitan Police Commander Jane Conners says both she and Commissioner Cressida Dick ‘share concerns’ that the raising of the anti-Israel Hezbollah flag on London’s streets ‘may be construed as belonging to a terrorist organisation.’”
Hizballah is indeed a murderous jihad terrorist organization; those who wave its flag should be arrested. Instead, authorities in London have surrendered to the Islamic jihad. Lip service and a weak approach to jihadists is an invitation for them to advance.
“London Police: We Can’t Stop Hezbollah Flags Flying on Al-Quds March,” by Simon Kent, Breitbart, June 1, 2018:
Iran-backed terror group Hezbollah’s flag can be flown on the streets of central London at the upcoming Al-Quds Day march – because the organisation’s “political wing” is not proscribed by the British government, police have confirmed.
Metropolitan Police Commander Jane Conners says both she and Commissioner Cressida Dick “share concerns” that the raising of the anti-Israel Hezbollah flag on London’s streets “may be construed as belonging to a terrorist organisation.”
But Conners adds: “Purely holding a flag does not necessarily incite religious or racial hatred. It is the words or actions of the person holding the flag that can cause incitement.”
The pair revealed their position in a letter sent to MP Louise Ellman, the vice-chair of the Labour Friends of Israel. She had written asking if police would allow the controversial standard, which features a dagger and an assault rifle, to be raised once again at the June 10 parade.
Al-Quds Day began in 1979, driven by the late Iranian leader Ayatollah Khomeini to call for the State of Israel to be destroyed.
Organisers claim it “unites for the freedom of the oppressed in Palestine and beyond” and it is co-run by the Islamic Human Rights Commission.
Hezbollah is an illegal, anti-Semitic terrorist organisation, designated as a terror organization in its entirety by the Arab League, Bahrain, Canada, France, Israel, Australia, the Netherlands, and the United States. But the European Union, as well as the United Kingdom, maintain a difference between the group’s military and political wings, seeking only to proscribe the former……