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Johnson Condemns Anti-Semitism in London Street

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has spoken against the “shameful racism” after anti-Semitic behaviour in London Street as the conflict between Israel and Islamic terrorist group Hamas continued into its eighth day. “There is no place for antisemitism in our society. Ahead of Shavuot, I stand with Britain’s Jews who should not have to endure the type of shameful racism we have seen today.” Prime Minister wrote on Twitter on Sunday afternoon. Earlier in the day, in a video posted on Twitter showing cars moving on a street with Palestinian flags on them, Slogans such as “[Expletive] the Jews, [expletive] their mothers, [expletive] their daughters” and “Rape their daughters” were heard through a loudspeaker. “Finchley Road. North London. 2021. Genuinely terrifying, ” the tweet reads. Housing Minister Robert Jenrick reacted to the tweet, saying their behaviour was “vile.” “This, on the streets of London is deeply disturbing. Vile, criminal hatred like this must not …

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