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Global Protests Against Israel

“The hour will come when the Muslims will fight and kill the Jews until the Jews hide behind stones and trees.” (Hamas Charter)

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Al-Quds Day was introduced in 1979 by the former Iranian religious leader Ruhollah Khomeini as a political day of struggle for “international Muslim solidarity” with the Palestinians. The declared goal: the “liberation” of Jerusalem (in Arabic, al-Quds) from the Jews and the annihilation of the State of Israel. Right on time for the end of the Muslim month of fasting, Ramadan, anti-Israeli demonstrations had been taking place in many countries around the world. In previous al-Quds marches there were numerous scandals. In 2014, several pro-Palestinian demonstrators are said to have chanted the slogans “Zionists into the gas chambers”, and “Gas Israel”. There were even reports of “Sieg Heil!” shouts. Again and again there were arrests by the police for anti-constitutional statements and symbols.


Islamischer Antisemitismus (article by Matthias Küntzel published on April 30, 2021, in Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung about islamic antisemitism) (article by Malte Holler published in website titled “Islamized antisemitism”)

Visuals (article about canceled Al-Quds-Marsch in Berlin, published on April 30, 2020, in Der Tagesspiegel)

Al-Quds-Tag in Berlin: Ein Aufmarsch wie ein Gift (Thousands marched in support of Palestine on Al-Quds Day in Berlin, published on June 9, 2018, in German newspaper B.Z.)

Al Quds-Tag in Berlin (protest in Berlin June 9, 2019, published in German online magazine haGalil)

Gastbeitrag von Florian Chefai: Al Quds Marsch in Berlin: Mit den Ayatollahs gegen Israel (Al Quds Marsch in Berlin published in June 7, 2019, on blog Jungel World)

Antisemitismus in Deutschland: „Vom Fluss bis zur See …“ (Anti-Israel demonstration in Cologne in May 2021 published in German daily newspaper TAZ)

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