The band held by activists from Israel in London for Jews killed in Arab countries violently separated men who shouted for killing Jews in Arabic.
The event, held on Wednesday by the Israeli Advocacy Movement, was held at the London-based Hyde Park, which is known for its free-speech culture and passionate street preachers struggling for various causes.
Several dozen people holding Israeli flags and candles gathered there in front of Kristalnacht, the name of the Nazi pogrom in 1938, to highlight the suffering and kill around the same time many hundreds of Jews who were killed and wounded in pogroms throughout the Arab world.
Joseph Cohen, an activist of the Israeli Movement Forces, recorded the event, with about 20 people drowning in his speech, yelling: "Jews, remember Khaybara, the army of Muhammad will return."
The scream is about a seventh-century event when Muslims massacred and expelled Jews from the city of Khaybara, located in present-day Saudi Arabia. Some of the people shouted about "Palestine," who surround Proevrian activists and pushed them.
"As if it was a question, before we even started the extremists, the death song of the Jews began screaming," Cohen said. "The band is from bad to worse, they shouted us, they would not let us remember our dead until we need to revoke the bdz," he added. The phenomenon "goes to the heart of the thing we have gathered to rest in the first place," he said.
The German woman who witnessed the event said: "The Christian preached and the atmosphere was friendly, the Muslim preached, and there were excuses, but the atmosphere is still friendly, but as soon as the Jews want to honor their dead, the whole audience has come from nowhere As soon as the flags appear, a curse begins against people who only want to respect their dead. "
She added: "I think we just saw anti-Semitism."