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British MP hit in London for anti-Israeli remarks

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Days of Palestine, London –British MP George Galloway was beaten up on Friday by an unknown man in London apparently for ant-Israeli remarks.

Galloway’s spokesman Ron McKay said that the lawmaker was beaten up on Golborne Road in Notting Hill, London, while posing for photos with locals.

McKay said that Galloway suffered bruises in his face and broken jaw. “Suddenly, a man leapt on him and started beating him shouting words related to the Holocaust,” MacKay said.

He continued: “It appears to be connected with his comments about ‘Israel’ because the guy was shouting about the Holocaust.”

Galloway, of the Respect Party, announced at a party meeting on August 2 that “we have declared Bradford an Israel-free zone.”

Then, he added: “We do not want any Israeli goods, we do not want any Israeli services, we do not want any Israeli academics coming to the university or the college, we do not even want any Israeli tourists to come to Bradford, even if any of them had thought of doing so.”

Commenting on Galloway’s remarks, a spokesman told British media that they were in reaction to Israeli war on Gaza. “George stands by the comments – he thinks they are quite reasonable,” McKay told the BBC.
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“The reason he made them is because there is mass carnage and mass slaughter going on against the people of Gaza,” he said, and added that “direct action helped in the struggle against apartheid.”