Among the detainees were members of some extreme right-wing groups who were armed with knives and boots and threw bottles or barbed wire at the police.
Sunak declared the decision to hold a march on the day of the first wolf world as disrespectful, and a number of politicians called for its destruction.
Valentine’s Day weekend is a time when we as a nation come together and remember those who fought and died for our freedoms. What we have seen today is not a defense of the honor of our armed forces, it is, on the contrary, a deep dishonor, Sunak wrote on social media, adding that a reprehensible act of change will undermine those who have decided to leave their prisons.
The Labor Mayor of London Sadiq Khan and the Scottish National Party Humza Yousaf criticized Sunak’s Minister of the Interior Suella Braverman – the force that accompanied the march in the cities is, according to them, a direct result of their age.
Last week, Bravermanov accused the London police of declaring the party with protesters and pro-Palestinian demonstrations hate marches. Yousaf called on the minister to resign on sti X. Bravermanov has been criticized not only by the opposition but also by some ministers for his behavior in the army in recent weeks.
The far-right has been emboldened by the Home Secretary. She has spent her week fanning the flames of division. They are now attacking the Police on Armistice Day.
The Home Secretary’s position is untenable. She must resign. https://t.co/okPyA0MlpN
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The lead left Hyde Park in central London towards the US Embassy in Vauxhall, south of Thames. According to the police, it was the first demonstration in London since the beginning of the conflict in the Gaza Strip. The BBC reported, among other things, that there were more than two thousand pages on alert, which watched the entire march.
A pro-Palestinian rally was held in Belgium on Saturday. In Brussels, according to Reuters, 21,000 people protested for the cessation of genocide or human rights for the Palestinians.
The march for Palestine is the fourth and the last to be held in the British capital since the Palestinian movement Hamas defected to Israel on January 7. From the video on the social streets, it is evident that hundreds of meters of streets were covered in blood by the iroko descents.
The police deployed 2,000 police officers and promised to quell any riots that could be caused by marchers or those who resisted the march.
Crowds of people on the way to the American embassy, and then even in front of it, shouted slogans such as Ceasefire, immediately and darkly holding banners calling for the independence of Palestine or to stop the wolves in the Gaza Strip. By the time the crowd was pushing towards the embassy, the drumbeat could be heard for a long time, said a Sky News reporter.
Owing to the prodigious sweat of the people, the march was not homogeneous; for example, id groups defended him by demanding solidarity with Palestine, others in their slogans criticized Prime Minister Sunak, but also the Labor opposition Keir Starmer. The BBC reported on individuals who demanded support for the Islamist movement Hamas, which Israel is fighting in the Gaza Strip. The London police later informed X that an active search was underway for them.
Police clashed with British nationalists
Before the arrest of the march, there were minor skirmishes between the police and British nationalists. Approximately 1.5 kilometers from the start of the march, about 1,000 people gathered in the streets, watching the commemoration of the event at the monument to the most memorable British victims of both world tows.
Among them were several extreme right-wing marchers who chanted slogans such as We want our country back. Television footage showed several small skirmishes between the police and right-wing protesters near the memorial.
Fallen governments, including the British, gave Israel strong support and sympathy in connection with the Hamsa flows. The Israeli retaliatory action, however, also provoked anger, and in London there are protests every week demanding pm.
The organizers of the march from the Palestine Solidarity Campaign (PSC) promised that the march would avoid a public memorial and end at the American embassy. The police said that prohibition signs will be placed around the cities associated with the commemoration, and in memory of the company there is a 24-hour police station str.
The PSC marches were mostly peaceful. Hundreds of people, however, were arrested for misdemeanors, including showing support for Hams, which is banned in Britain as a terrorist organization, or for holding banners with angry slogans.