Hundreds of thousands of pro-Palestinian protesters were taken to the streets of London-throwing flares, throwing missiles at police officers, and even burning the Israeli flag in the capital.
On Saturday afternoon, the crowd gathered in Hyde Park to hold a rally in solidarity with the Palestinian people.
Protesters raised flags, set fireworks, and chanted in spite of heavy rain. Some shouted, “Israel is a state sponsor of terrorism.”
The Palestinian flag was also placed on top of a nearby crane, and the Israeli flag was seen burning outside the London Embassy in Kensington.
Then there was confusion as people began to disband from the demos.
And tonight’s police officers warned that they would move to the group after the missiles were thrown at them in fear of further turmoil.
The Metropolitan Police said in a Twitter statement: Further security disruption.
“We considered the group’s right to protest and its obligation to keep the wider community safe. Officers are now working to contain the group and prevent further development within the region.
“People who have not committed crimes can leave containment in a controlled manner. They are instructed to disband. Who did not leave the area when instructed to do so? But you could be arrested. “
Organizer from Palestine The solidarity campaign estimated that more than 180,000 people attended the rally.
Jeremy Corbyn He was one of the protesters who attended thousands in central London to demand “freedom” from Palestinians.
Former Labor leaders said, “Children should not grow up when they see bombs dropped and their homes destroyed from safety thousands of feet high.
“Occupation is a problem, the occupation of the West Bank, the siege of Gaza, and so on.
“The ceasefire is a step forward, but we are here again unless the underlying problem is resolved.”
“We will be here until the Palestinian people are free,” Corbyn added.
“We never give up on the Palestinian people. We never leave the Palestinian people and their cause.”
He was greeted on stage with a big applause and chanting of “Oh Jeremy Corbyn”.
Former Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell, who also participated in the demonstration, said: “Yes, the ceasefire has been negotiated. We welcome the ceasefire.
“But let’s be clear, there is no ceasefire in the campaign to boycott, withdraw and sanction Israel’s apartheid nation.
“The message is clear. We will not stop the campaign in solidarity until justice is born.
“Then let’s make it clear that there is neither justice nor peace.”
It came after thousands marched in the middle London From Victoria Embankment on the way to Hyde Park.
They chanted with flags and placards and blocked the road as they walked.
Some wear costumes, masks and face paint, while others are covered with the Palestinian flag.
A group of police officers were watching while people climbed bus stops and streetlight posts and wrote “free Palestine” on the walls.
While they were marching, they heard the chanting “Israel is a state sponsor of terrorism” and “We are all Palestinians.”
A protester named Mukta Ali, 32, from Hello, northwest London, told PA News Agency:
“Mothers, fathers, brothers, sisters and children were bombed and killed. Palestine must be free.”
Another person named Jake said, “I am in solidarity with the Palestinians, so everyone should do so, regardless of your nationality.
“It’s great to see thousands of people coming out to support the cause. We win and our cause is heard.”
Mostly peaceful, but after arriving at Hyde Park, they were seen throwing things at police officers who tried to split the march.
Among the groups attended were the National Education Union branch and the Stop The War Coalition.
Saturday was the first full day of the ceasefire, ending the fourth Israel-Hamas war in more than a decade.
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Protesters in pro-Palestine burn the Israeli flag as thousands march on the streets of London and kill police officers with missiles
SourceProtesters in pro-Palestine burn the Israeli flag as thousands march on the streets of London and kill police officers with missiles