Advertisements falsely accusing Israel of ‘apartheid’ have been reported at London bus stops. The posters, which cited Amnesty International’s shameful report released last week, have been removed.

The advertising company, JCDecauxUK , which is responsible for the display units that were targeted, confirm that the posters were not authorised. However, mystery surrounds who placed the posters, which required inserting the poster behind a glass pane by using a key. Also, London bus stops have been targeted with anti-Israel posters several times in the past.

Among those boasting about the anti-Israel posters was purportedly Amnesty International UK’s campaigns manager, who used his personal Twitter feed to highlight two of the posters.

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