Pro-Palestine Demonstrator Clashes With Jewish Protest At Parliament

27 March 2018, 08:06 | Updated: 27 March 2018, 08:10

This is the moment members of the protest against anti-Semitism in the Labour Party clashed with a pro-Palestine demonstrator.

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Jeremy Corbyn posted his support for a offensive mural which was marked for removal by a London council in 2012.

He has since apologised and admitted the Labour Party has a problem with "pockets of anti-Semitism". But accusations of anti-Semitism in the party has been denied by some campaigners.

Two major Jewish groups protested outside Parliament last night over the allegations of anti-Semitism in the Labour Party.

Pro-Palestine Protester Clashes With Jewish Man At Anti-Semitism Protest
Pro-Palestine Protester Clashes With Jewish Man At Anti-Semitism Protest. Picture: LBC

But it was met with a counter protest by people holding up a sign reading "Jews For Jez" - one even featuring a yellow star on his poster.

The controversial 'Jews For Jez' poster
The controversial 'Jews For Jez' poster. Picture: Getty

Things got very heated when one counter protester made his way over to the Jewish protest with a pro-Palestine poster.

Demonstrators confronted him and labelled him racist for connecting British Jews with Israeli policy. The video at the top of the page shows the huge row that followed.

Shortly afterwards, the man was sent away from the protest by police to huge chants of "Racist, Racist" from the demonstrators.