The zionists have become so brazen that they have started to assault critics of Israeli crimes in the streets of Western cities. Paris, Toronto and London have all witnessed assaults by zionist thugs of critics of Israeli policies. The latest victim is George Galloway, a Member of the British Parliament for Respect Party. He was assaulted in Notting Hill, a western suburb of London today. He suffered a broken jaw and bruises to his face and head.
Friday August 29, 2014, 23:38 DST
Updated Saturday August 30, 2014 - 09:47 DST
George Galloway, assaulted Friday evening by a zionist terrorist, has been released from hospital after treatment. Member of the British Parliament for Bradford West who represents his own party, Respect, Galloway was assaulted by a Zionist terrorist on a London street as he was posing for pictures with supporters Friday evening in West London.
The assault occurred in Notting Hill on August 29 around 7 pm local time. A 39-year-old man jumped at Galloway and started punching him in the face. He received serious but non-life threatening injuries including a suspected broken jaw, a broken rib and bruises to his face.
London Police arrested a man over the incident but have not released his name. Why is his identity being protected? Is he a Mossad agent, working for the Israeli embassy in London or member of the English Defence League (EDL), a violent extremist group that works in tandem with the zionists? The assailant's name would reveal much about the motive and the forces behind him. Galloway, 60, also gave a statement to the police after the assault.
"George was posing for pictures with people and this guy just attacked him, leapt on him and started punching him," Galloway’s spokesman said. "It appears to be connected with his comments about Israel because the guy was shouting about the Holocaust. George is badly bruised but OK. He has bruising to his head and face and is in pretty bad shape," added his spokesperson. The police admitted that Galloway was badly injured and was being treated at a London hospital. He was taken to St Mary's Hospital in Paddington and was released earlier today (Saturday). The assault on Galloway is related to comments that he made in a speech on August 2 in Leeds in which he declared Bradford West, the constituency he represents, as an “Israeli-free zone.”
He said: "We don't want any Israeli goods; we don't want any Israeli services; we don't want any Israeli academics coming to the university or the college; we don't even want any Israeli tourists to come to Bradford, even if any of them had thought of doing so."
Under pressure from the Zionist lobby in Britain, the police launched an investigation into Galloway’s remarks. The Respect MP called the police investigation a "monumental – and monumentally expensive – waste of police time". Following the zionists’ barbaric assault on Gaza in which nearly 2200 Palestinians, most of them civilians, were murdered, there was an international outcry against Zionist crimes.
British MP George Galloway has been a staunch critic of Israeli crimes. People around the world have also been appalled by Israel’s atrocities amounting to genocide. Supporters of the Zionist regime have taken it upon themselves to attack those that criticize such crimes.
In Toronto, Zionist thugs belonging to the extremist Jewish group, the Jewish Defence League (JDL) made up of gangsters and other undesirable elements have gone on a rampage. On July 6, they assaulted Palestinians outside Palestine House in Mississauga, a city west of Toronto. On July 26, JDL thugs assaulted two Muslims—a man and a woman—at the Quds Day rally.
The two were left behind from the main rally that was attended by nearly 25,000 people, one of the largest rallies ever held in Toronto’s history. Toronto police have identified three men belonging to the Jewish Defence (sic) League (JDL), a violent Jewish extremist group and have been charged with assault. On July 27, JDL thugs assaulted another person in Toronto when he held a placard to protest the pro-Israel rally.
The Toronto and London assaults were preceded by similar Zionist attacks on a pro-Palestinian rally in Paris. Incredibly, the French government then announced a ban on pro-Palestinian rallies, a ban that was successfully challenged and dismissed by peace activists.
It is becoming clear that while the zionists perpetrate horrible crimes against defenceless Palestinians in Gaza, those that protest such brutalities in Paris, Toronto or London are assaulted by Zionist thugs. It will be interesting to see whether the regimes in these countries see the zionist threat as a serious challenge to law and order or will they try and cover up Zionist crimes in their own cities as they have done the Zionist crimes in Palestine.
If the zionists can assault a member of the British Parliament, it is clearly a very ominous development.