BURNING IN LONDON MARCH 18, 2003
STOPPED BY ZIONISTS
On the afternoon of the Jewish holiday of Purim
March 18, 2003 in London, England, a group of Orthodox
Jews opposed to Zionism assembled to display their
opposition to Zionism by burning a flag of the Zionist
Unfortunately, before they even had the opportunity
to burn the flag, they were approached by dozens
of Zionists who proceeded to scream, yell and curse
the valiant anti-Zionist Orthodox Jews. There were
attempts on the part of the Zionists to employ violence
against the anti-Zionists, and at least one of the
Orthodox Anti-Zionists was injured.
The British police were alerted to the situation
and moved in to protect the peaceful anti-Zionist
protestors, taking them away from the site before
they had the opportunity to burn the Zionist flag.
Of course Orthodox anti-Zionist Jews will never
be deterred in their protests against the vile anti-Jewish
Zionist regime. The expressions of opposition to
the Zionist Regime are a mighty sanctification of
the Name of G-d, and serve to counter the overwhelming
desecration of G-d’s Name and the Jewish religion
undertaken by the Zionist Regime in Palestine and
It should be noted that anti-Zionist Jews are subject
to merciless intimidation through regular Zionist
media sources and community organizations in an
atmosphere over the past two years of extreme hysteria.
Therefore it is not at all surprising that there
are not larger numbers of participants.
The Hackney Gazette ran a short article on the
planned Flag burning at Stamford Hill, London which
was stopped by Zionists
Hackney Gazette (London), March 20, 2003
Cops had to keep rival Orthodox Jewish groups apart
as a symbolic burning of the Israeli flag in Stamford
Hill's Hasidic community threatened to turn violent
on Tuesday afternoon. Police stepped in before the
flag could be burned by supporters of Neturei Karta
International, a religious organization opposes
to the Zionist political movement which established
Israel as a national homeland for Jews. True Judaism
doesn't accept a Zionist state, which is a political
idea and contrary to the teachings of the Torah,"
said Rabbi Abraham Grohman. He and other anti-Zionists
were escorted away by police for their own safety
as a 100-strong crowd, some of them in fancy dress
costumes to celebrate the Jewish religious festival
of Purim, gathered in Donsmure Road.