London police looking for anti-Israel protester who said 'Hitler knew what to do with these people'

The Metropolitan Police said a hate crime investigation had been opened and invited the public to submit identifying information about the man in question.

London police looking for anti-Israel protester who said 'Hitler knew what to do with these people'
Remove Ads

The Metropolitan Police are seeking help identifying a man from yesterday's anti-Israel rally in London who said that "Hitler knew what to do with these people," i.e. Jews. 

The man in question was filmed by Rebel News' Alexa Lavoie at one of yesterday's anti-Israel demonstrations in London. 

Asked if he supports Hamas, the terrorist organization in control of the Gaza Strip, the man said: "If the West feels sorry for the Israeli Zionists, why don’t they give a place in Germany? Why don’t they go to Hitler’s back garden and make occupation there?"



"Hitler knew how to deal with these people," he claimed. He further stated that Israelis had "made a program" so they could establish a state at the expense of "Palestinian Muslim blood."

The man also stated that the Hamas attack on October 7, in which 1,200 people were slaughtered by terrorists and over 200 were taken hostage into Gaza, was "nothing."  

The police said a hate crime investigation had been opened and invited the public to provide any relevant identifying information. 

To see all of Rebel News' coverage of the anti-Israel protests occurring at the London Cenotaph, visit www.BattleForLondon.com.

Remove Ads
Remove Ads

Don't Get Censored

Big Tech is censoring us. Sign up so we can always stay in touch.

Remove Ads