PM condemns ‘shameful racism’ as police probe video of ‘antisemitic abuse’ shouted from convoy in north London


Boris Johnson has condemned “shameful racism” as police examine photos showing to turn antisemitic abuse being shouted from a convoy of automobiles in north London.

The Metropolitan Police have showed they’re wearing out pressing inquiries after the posting of a video on social media.

“We’re conscious about a video showing to turn antisemitic language being shouted from a convoy of automobiles within the St John’s Picket house this afternoon,” the drive stated.

“Officials are wearing out pressing enquiries to spot the ones accountable. This kind of behaviour is probably not tolerated.”

The top minister has additionally criticised the abuse of Jewish folks forward of a two-day non secular vacation.

“There is not any position for antisemitism in our society,” Mr Johnson posted on Twitter.

“Forward of Shavuot, I stand with Britain’s Jews who must no longer need to undergo the kind of shameful racism we’ve got noticed as of late.”

A video posted on social media presentations a gaggle of automobiles embellished with the Palestinian flag pulling up at visitors lighting fixtures.

As the gang of automobiles arrive within the video, one individual with a megaphone seems to be shouting abuse.

The occasions within the photos are described as having taken position on north London’s Finchley Highway.

Commenting at the video, Labour’s Naz Shah – shadow minister for group concord – stated: “That is appalling vile antisemitic & misogynistic abuse, they wish to be discovered, arrested and charged, they don’t constitute the ones campaigning for the rights of the Palestinians.”

The Met Police investigation into the photos comes amid proceeding violence in Gaza, which has noticed 181 folks killed together with 52 youngsters and 31 ladies.

Communities Secretary Robert Jenrick stated: “No matter your view of the war in Israel and Gaza, there’s no justification for inciting anti-Jewish or anti-Muslim hatred.

“The incidents of antisemitism we’ve got noticed in contemporary days had been shameful.

“One of the vital language used on marches this weekend and in posts on social media is intimidating, felony and racist.

“We will have to no longer tolerate this vile, shameful hate in our nation. Those movements will have to prevent.”

Labour chief Sir Keir Starmer described the antisemitic video as “completely disgusting”.

He tweeted: “Antisemitism, misogyny and hate haven’t any position on our streets or in our society. There will have to be penalties.”


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