Demonstrators protesting Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s visit to London Wednesday waved Hamas and Hezbollah flags, accused Jews of being penny-pinchers and called for a new Holocaust of Jews.
One man wearing a Palestinian keffiyeh scarf at the demonstration near the British prime minister’s residence waved a coin at a pro-Israel counter-rally, saying “here, have a penny” and “you only understand money.”
Another protester called for the genocide of 6 million Israeli Jews. (Caution: strong language)
A Palestinian calls for the genocide of 6 million JewsA Palestinian woman calls for the death of 6 million Jews (and if that wasn't enough she goes on to deny the holocaust).Sussex Friends Of Israel have just informed us this woman is called Pamela Hardyment and she is a well known antisemite and anti-Israel activist.This was shot at the PSC's anti-Israel protest at Downing Street today. The emergence of so many videos from this event of antisemites shows the world exactly who the PSC are and what they stand for. While Israel's supporters were chanting "we want peace", they were met with chants calling for Israel's destruction.But Kol Hakavod to all of Israel's supporters that came out today in such large numbers, we know of several individuals that travelled from as faraway Scotland, Manchester, Liverpool, Nottingham, etc. Thank you, you are amazing.
Posted by Israel Advocacy Movement on Wednesday, September 9, 2015
Asked by a pro-Israel demonstrator, "You want basically genocide for the Israelis, yeah?" the woman wearing a keffiyeh and holding a Palestine-themed umbrella said, "Yeah, 6 million Jews there. ... Wiped out."
"I want them out of Israel," she said and pointed out that they could “go into the sea."
When confronted that "you'll have to kill them all,” she responded, "Well, so be it."
Another woman held a sign with a photo of Netanyahu marked with horns, the number 666 and the phrases “child killer” and “hang him.”
Police had to break up scattered scuffles at the protests timed to Netanyahu’s two-day visit to the British capital.