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A group of Jews living in Britain held a demonstration in London to protest the “apartheid policy” of the Israeli government. This was reported by the AA publication.

Around 30 people attended a protest organized by the Jewish activist group Na’amod outside the British Foreign Office, calling for increased international pressure on Israel to restore peace in the region.

They urged the British government not to “open arms” to the Israeli government and to support freedom and equality for all Palestinians and Israelis. Protesters carried banners that read “Occupy Can’t Democracy” while chanting slogans against Israel’s policies promoting “occupation and apartheid.”

Other posters carried by the protesters read “Democracy and occupation cannot coexist” and “No Netanyahu, no occupation”, referring to the visit of the Israeli Prime Minister. Benjamin Netanyahu To England on Thursday.

Earlier, the US State Department accused Israel of violating human rights. The nearly 70-page report includes accusations of extrajudicial killings, media censorship, torture and arbitrary detention by the Israeli government.

Source: Riafan

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