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Home Secretary says she will consider call by to ban Hezbollah and "distressing" Al Quds march
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Away With You Jun 22
Well done Robert
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Rubbsey40 Jun 22
👏🏻
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🕵️ QmAn Jun 22
Allowg rise of terrorist org flag in central LDN on so called Al-Quds day while the nation is suffering from terrorist attacks is disgusting
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David Dean Jun 22
It needs common sense. A GUN = very, very bad. Nothing more to say.
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(((BritsForIsrael))) Jun 22
Even Hezbollah say there's no difference. It's daft and it diminishes our ability to combat terrorism.
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dctid Jun 22
About time - though Khan might not be happy
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cerebral symphony Ⓥ Jun 22
Just a personal attack on Jeremy by banning his mates.
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CAZ #AntiZionism Jun 22
A ban on marching against the evils of Zionism, would just show how much Zionist controls UK politics and people like Amber Rudd
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Neil's View Jun 22
Please give it a great deal of consideration Amber. Last weekends March upset a lot of people. We're counting on you
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CAZ #AntiZionism Jun 22
The more people march against Zionist Terrorism the better
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BEE Jun 22
dont consider Ms Rudd ban it
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(((capucius))) Jun 22
Thank you
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Jon Benjamin Jun 22
Or it might show common sense and decency
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CAZ #AntiZionism Jun 22
Replying to @JonBenja @CFoI and 2 others
Common sense and decency is marching against Zionism, the world's main orchestrator and committer of Terrorism
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((Juliet)) Jun 22
It bloody is - some really nasty rhetoric too as I heard in videos.
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A2Z Jun 22
A Tory with common sense? Well done 👍
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Darren McCarthy Jun 22
About time common bloody sense
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