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Two women arrested for parading effigy of blood-soaked dead baby at pro-Palestine rally in London

TWO women were yesterday arrested for parading an effigy of a blood-soaked dead baby at a pro-Palestine rally.

The pair, in their 20s and 30s, were held on suspicion of inciting racial hatred over Saturday’s stunt in London’s Trafalgar Square.

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Two women have been arrested for parading an effigy of a blood-soaked dead baby at a pro-Palestine rally

Protesters also bounced effigies of bloodied babies up in the air from a giant Palestinian flag.

Hamas terrorists butchered and burned babies in the October 7 attack on Israel.

Meanwhile, Met Commissioner Sir Mark promised “many, many more arrests” of fanatics over the next week.

He said: “Where anybody puts their foot over the line of the law we’re going to be ruthless.”

Sir Mark told Sky News’ Sunday Morning with Trevor Phillips that “you’ll see many, many more arrests over the next week or so”.

It follows criticism by Jewish groups and Home Secretary Suella Braverman the Met are not doing enough to tackle extremists causing outrage at London demos.

A total of 43 arrests have been made by the Met so far over hate incidents since the Israel attacks and reprisal strikes on the Gaza strip.

There has been a 14-fold increase in anti-Semitic incidents this month and Islamophobic offences have tripled in the same period last year.

Sir Mark said cops needed to act within the law to make arrests and were being briefed by CPS lawyers in their control room during protests.

The word ‘Jihad’ has been ruled as legal because of its different meanings, along with the “river to the sea” slogan used by pro-Palestine demonstrators – despite the latter being described by Jewish groups as “genocidal” as fulfilling it would mean Israel ceasing to exist.

Sir Mark said there was “an overlay of threats” coming from Iran, terrorism and hate crime.

He described the tinderbox situation as “really precarious”, adding it was complicated further by big protests featuring “upsetting” and “distasteful” actions.

The Met boss dismissed criticism from politicians that cops were not dealing with extremism at demos as “nonsense”.

And he insisted the Met “absolutely do care” about the Jewish community, adding: “We are arresting tons of people across London for anti-Semitic hate crimes.”

The Met said the two women arrested over footage of gloating protestors parading a bloody baby doll remained in custody and thanked the public for their assistance.



https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/24566368/arrested-effigy-dead-baby-palestine-rally-london/ Two women arrested for parading effigy of blood-soaked dead baby at pro-Palestine rally in London

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