Global March to Jerusalem, Ismael Patel, Friends of Al Aqsa & Muslim Brotherhood

Ismael Patel’s ‘Friends of Al Aqsa‘ organization from the UK recently put out an advertisement for a demonstration outside the Israeli embassy in London on March 30th, as promoted earlier by the PSC’s Sarah Colborne.  

The demonstration is described in the publicity as “part of the Global March to Jerusalem” and is advertised as being called by the Palestinian Forum in Britain, the Muslim Association of Britain, the Association of Palestinian Community, the Palestine Solidarity Campaign, the Stop the War Coalition, the Islamic Forum of Europe, the British Muslim Initiative, Viva Palestina and of course, Friends of Al Aqsa.

(Sharp-eyed readers will have noticed incidentally that the ‘Friends of Al Aqsa’ web-page upon which this advertisement appears also carries advertising at the bottom for charities connected to the Muslim Brotherhood’s ‘Union of Good’ (headed by Yusuf Qaradawi) which is proscribed by the United States and Israel due to its funding of Hamas.)

About these ads

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