Sunday, October 6, 2019

London Mayor wasted £ 1.7m censoring Islamophobia online while allowing Hezbollah-supporters to march in public & terrorize Jews

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Just six internet trolls have been persecuted by a £1.7million 'Twitter squad' set up by London's Labour mayor Sadiq Khan.
He promised a zero-tolerance stance towards abuse on social media when the police unit was launched more than two years ago.
But the Online Hate Crime Hub – staffed by five Scotland Yard officers including a senior detective – led to just a handful of successful prosecutions.
The mayor of London wants to censor the internet while refusing to ban the annual al-Quds Day march in London.
"Quds Day" is a day Iran created as a platform for terror-sympathizers to declare support and loyalty to the terrorist organizations such as Hamas, Hezbollah,
the Islamic Jihad and the Revolutionary Guards in Iran (terrorist organizations that publicly promote genocide against Jews).
Every year thousands of Muslims take to the streets of London other major cities in Europe, to declare loyalty to Hezbollah (Allah's army).
The Muslim mayor of London allowe this terror march to take place in the capital of England.
Hezbollah is an Islamic terrorist organisation, with an antisemitic ideology, an arsenal of missiles pointing at Israel, a history of terror attacks on Jewish targets in the West, and links to organised crime.
The meaning of the name Hezbollah is "an army of Allah".
It's deeply troubling that we've reached the point where Jews hide their identity in many parts of Europe including France, the UK and Germany and even flee Europe but no one in the Mainstream media seems to care.