Londoners might have been a bit confused on the weekend as the terrorist flag of Hezbollah flew proudly across the city last Sunday. The flag, which features the image of a military assault rifle, flew during the annual celebration of Al-Quds Day.
In light of the significant terrorist attacks in the U.K., you would think that allowing their flags to fly might have caused some issues among locals. However, in a shock reveal, apparently Sadiq Khan, the mayor of London, permitted the flags to be carried across the city.
During a Greater London Assembly Meeting last week, UKIP Assembly Member David Kurten asked Khan if he would approach the home secretary to request that Hezbollah is labeled a terror organization. In Kurten’s words, this would help “close the loophole to stop people marching through the streets of London with a flag with a gun on it.”
His response – he would need to consider if it is the “right thing to do.”
The “right thing to do?” What is there to think about?
Why the mayor would refuse to do his job and fail to contact the home secretary is uncertain at this point in time.
Allen B. West reports:
Last Sunday, the terrorist flag of Hezbollah flew across London during the annual anti-Israel al-Quds Day.
The distinctive yellow flag features the image of a military assault rifle and “The Party of Allah Shall Be Triumphant – The Islamic Resistance in Lebanon” in Arabic script.
Al-Quds Day was established in 1979 by the late Iranian leader Ayatollah Khomeini with the cheery aim of calling for the State of Israel to be destroyed.