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Antisemitic Al-Quds Rally Cancelled In Berlin Following Ban of Hezbollah

The organizer of the annual anti-Israel al-Quds Day rally pulled the plug on its mid-May event in the heart of Berlin after the German government banned all Hezbollah activities within the territory of the federal republic. The office of the Berlin Senator of the Interior, Andreas Geisel, tweeted on Thursday: “[today] the organizer of the al-Quds march canceled the demonstration for this year. We are all spared one of the most disgusting antisemitic events. Good news for Berlin." The current Berlin government and its social democratic party mayor Michael Müller have faced criticism over the years for not seeking to legally ban the al-Quds march, which has been permitted to proceed each year since 1996. Müller's administration said it would lose a legal battle to outlaw al-Quds. In 2019, roughly 1,000 demonstrators participated in the al-Quds march along Berlin’s main shopping district. They screamed “child murder” to describe Israel. (VFI News)

“Though I walk in the midst of trouble, you preserve my life; you stretch out your hand against the wrath of my enemies, and your right hand delivers me.” Psalm 138:7