Death Threat to Jews Chanted Openly at Rallies Across the UK
Crowds in anti-Israel protests in the United Kingdom have repeatedly chanted Arabic death threats to Jews while police do nothing, a JC investigation has revealed.
UK’s Jewish community leaders say the police do not wish to enforce the law even as protesters shout out clear death threats at demonstrations against Israel across the UK.
Officers and prosecutors have acknowledged the antisemitic cry is criminal incitement to racial hatred, with a penalty of up to seven years in jail, yet no action has been taken.
The chant, “Khaybar, Khaybar Ya Yahud, Jaish Mohammed Sauf Ya’ud” translates to “Watch Out Jews, Remember Khaybar, the Army of Mohammed is returning.”
“Khaybar” refers to a massacre of Jews said to have been carried out at Khaybar in Arabia in 628 CE.
The chant was heard in seven separate rallies last year, all of which took place across Britain during the conflict in May between Israel and Hamas. (JPost / VFI News)
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