Please help us in calling upon the new Home Secretary, Sajid Javid, to STOP the Iranian-backed, Al-Quds march in London on 10th June, and finally BAN terror group Hezbollah in the UK in its entirety.


On 10th June, the UK-based Islamist group, the Islamic Human Rights Commission, will hold the annual Al-Quds march in central London.

At last year’s march, flags of the terrorist organisation Hezbollah were flown, exploiting the well-known hole in UK Law, which allows support for Hezbollah’s political wing whilst banning its military wing, even though Hezbollah itself makes no distinction.

There is no excuse in allowing support for Hezbollah, which has called for the destruction of Israel, to take place on the streets of London.

What is Al Quds Day?

Al Quds day means “Jerusalem Day” in Arabic. It is an annual event initiated by Iran in 1979 to express support for the Palestinians and oppose Zionism and Israel’s existence as well as Israel’s control of Jerusalem. Rallies are held throughout the world, especially the Middle East, on the last Friday of Ramadan. This year Al Quds Day is on Friday 8 June, however the London march is set to take place the following Sunday.

Prevent anti-Semitic speech on the streets of London

Here are some quotes that those leading last year’s march were proud to announce to protesters publicly.

  • The State of Israel must go
  • “Everyone knows that Zionist Israel and ISIS are the same”
  • “They (Zionist supporters of the Tory Party) are responsible for the murder of the people in Grenfell”
  • “The Zionists who give the money to the Tory Party to kill people in high rise blocks”
  • “The Zionists are known to go for dinner with the heads of the BBC”

Act now

Please take a few moments to send an email to your MP with a copy to the Home Secretary. We are calling for the Al Quds march and rally to be stopped and for Hezbollah to be banned in its entirety. Using our automated form, it only takes a few minutes.

Thank you for your support.




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