Following the devastating terror attack on Israel by Palestinian militants over the Jewish sabbath, Rishi Sunak pledged to support the Israeli government’s right to self-defence in their escalating conflict with Hamas.
Scottish First Minister Humza Yousaf, whose wife is Palestinian, revealed that his parents-in-law are trapped in Gaza after visiting family in the region.
A vigil for Israel was held outside of Downing Street on Monday night as concerns about a possible rise in antisemitic attacks begin to mount in the wake of the attack.
Meanwhile hundreds also gathered in West London for a pro-Palestine demonstration close to the Israeli embassy, setting off flares and fireworks in Palestinian colours.
Report by Caponm.
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