Vile moment Palestine activist brands pro-Israel supporters 'killers and child-molesters' on train in London

27 November 2023, 08:08

The man started calling pro-Israel supporters on a tube "donkeys", "clowns", and "child molesters"
The man started calling pro-Israel supporters on a tube "donkeys", "clowns", and "child molesters". Picture: social media
Kieran Kelly

By Kieran Kelly

This is the moment a pro-Palestine activist hurls vile abuse at Israel supporters on the Tube in central London, labelling them "killers" and "child molesters".

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The altercation starts with the pro-Palestine activist telling one pro-Israel supporter: "Wallahi, on the holy Quran, I’ll smack you across your head."

The vile activist goes on: "Look at you, a bunch of Israel supporters, a bunch of J-. Look at this clown here, biggest clown here, why you got that flag on you?"

Several passengers, including the person behind the camera, repeatedly ask the man why he is ‘starting’ and why he is being ‘aggressive’, but he continues to hurl abuse at the passengers.

The activist then starts recording from his own phone before accusing the pro-Israel supporters of 'supporting killers' and brands them “child molesters”.

He then says: “Do you know who’s land your in?”

The crowd on the train start shouting “shame” on the man, before he responds: “F*** all of you!” and screams “Free Palestine”.

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The aggressor then claims he is kicked by one the passengers and a scuffle breaks out.

The altercation took place on the underground after a huge demonstration against anti-Semitism in central London.

The march against anti-Semitism took place in central London today
The march against anti-Semitism took place in central London today. Picture: Alamy
Boris Johnson attends the march against anti-Semitism
Boris Johnson attends the march against anti-Semitism. Picture: Alamy

Organisers estimated around 100,000 attended the march, including the former Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who told LBC anti-Semitism is a "virus always waiting beneath the floorboards".

He told LBC: "[Anti-Semitism is] always waiting to come out, to come to life again.

"Since October 7th, sadly, it has come to life. We have seen it on our streets. People should come out out and show their solidarity with Jewish people everywhere."

Johnson added: "What the last few weeks have really shown is whatever its faults, it’s vitally important that Israel exists."

The 90-minute march started at the Royal Courts of Justice in central London, ending in Whitehall, and was the biggest protest against anti-Semitism since 1936.

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