Wednesday’s demonstration in Prague in support of the Palestinians has reverberations among the criminologists from the Department of Extremism and Terrorism. One of the participants was wearing a sign referring to the Olympics in 1972, during which terrorists murdered Israeli athletes.
A group of supporters of Palestine came to the Old Town Square on Wednesday, where a large pro-Israel demonstration was held. They had banners with them and also Palestinian flags. One woman had a 1972 Olympics sweatshirt under the flag. As is known, it was at the Munich Olympics that the Palestinian terrorist group Black September kidnapped and murdered 11 Israeli athletes.
In the Old Town Square during a heated discussion with supporters of Israel, not many people noticed the sign, but the woman’s photos appeared on social networks. And the police said on Thursday morning that they didn’t miss the sign either and that it was being dealt with by crime investigators from the Department of Extremism and Terrorism.
For example, the Minister of the Interior also condemned the woman’s actions. “Such a piece of clothing does not cover, but exposes: complete cynicism, stupidity and contempt for the basic values of our society. If there is also a violation of the law, the police are investigating,” he said on https://twitter.com/Vit_Rakusan/status/1720000629836259725 Vit the Austrian (STAN).
Supporters of Palestine then had their own large demonstration, which they connected with the march through Prague. There they chanted a number of slogans, including the claim that Palestine would be free from the river to the sea. It is this slogan that acts on Israelis like a red rag on a bull.