On Sunday 3 July, flags of terrorist group, Hezbollah, were paraded through the streets of London.
Reports say “several thousand” made their way from the BBC, past Oxford Street and towards the U.S. Embassy in Grosvenor Square, to mark the now traditional end of Ramadan Quds day protest against Israel. The annual march was countered by a pro-Israel rally for the first time ever.
The yellow Hezbollah flag was repeatedly seen, either raised as a standard or worn as clothing garments, after organisers refused to advise protesters against it, suggesting that it was “not unlawful”. According to Jewish News, no arrests were made. (Continues below)