There were arrests during a demonstration in support of Palestine in London 02:05

In London, the capital of England, local law enforcement officers detained 13 people during a demonstration in support of Palestine. This has been reported excitement London police.

The publication notes that after the end of the pro-police rally, the area around Whitehall (the British government building) was almost completely free.

“There have been 13 arrests so far, mostly for offensive posters, some for other offenses such as drug possession and obstruction,” police said in a statement.

It was previously known that there was a group of demonstrators supporting Palestine. was attacked Remarks against Swedish Prime Minister Ulf Kristersson and Finance Minister Elisabeth Svantesson for the Prime Minister’s condemnation of the radical Palestinian movement Hamas.

According to the head of government’s press secretary, Hannah Strömberg, these people shouted in the first five minutes, many exclamations of dissatisfaction were heard.

Formerly political scientist named One of the reasons why the Palestinian-Israeli conflict flared up.

Source: Gazeta


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