The British town of Luton is apparently already making plans to celebrate the Iranian ‘holiday’ of “Al Quds Day’ designed to whip up support on behalf of the Palestinian Authority against Israel.
Specifically, the billboard advertises an “annual demonstration and rally in support of Palestine.”
This billboard is in the English town of Luton today. Featuring a large image of Ayatollah Khomeini is like having posters of Adolf Hitler up in Britain during the 2nd World War. The town should have this disgraceful provocation removed. pic.twitter.com/GhYxgWahbJ
— Rɪ ʜ ʀ K (@COLRICHARDKEMP) February 10, 2018
The advertisement promotes, “The largest running regular demonstration for Palestine entering its 35th year.”
Quoting Nelson Mandela, who is no longer living, it also reads, “Our freedom is incomplete without the freedom of Palestinians,” and quotes “Imam Khomeini,” as saying “Al Quds Day is a universal day to support the oppressed against the oppressor.”
It’s also not clear — although it is often shouted — why or how the “Palestinians” are perceived as “not free” since they seem to be quite free to carry out frequent terrorist attacks against innocent Israeli civilians – not to mention the Gazans, who are living in a region that has been Judenrein since 2005.