"A rally organised by London Palestine Action to mark the 68th anniversary of the Nakba in Palestine, was met by a group of around 25 people from the UK zionist federation heckling the participants and screaming "terrorist" at them in London on Nakba Day, Sunday.
The group of around 100 pro-Palestinian activists were attempting to carry out a peaceful traditional Palestinian Dabke dance outside a Sabon store, an Israeli company that operates in illegally occupied territory in Palestine. However, the participants were harassed and intimidated by the group of zionists, who followed them through the streets screaming "terrorists" and chanting against them."
"From the UK Zionist Federation"? Really?
Edgar Davidson has far more here
Meanwhile, in Sydney, a Green Left snap of some of the usual suspects from the usual hard left groups on the Nakba Day march:
As for leftist antisemitism, here's Mark Regev:
See also the brilliant Mr Regev on the Sussex Friend of Israel's video that I've shared on my Facebook page; introduced by Jonathan Arkush, he delivers a very fine address indeed to the British Board of Deputies.
These Israel-haters have linked to the Board of Deputies' website but you may, like me, have difficulty in accessing the video there: