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June 2016

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Defend All Migrants

Altab Ali Park and Aldgate, London. Fri 24 Jun 2016

  

 
 London Anti-Fascists banner 'Workers of the world unite!'

 Movement for Justice with a banner calling for the end of detention and scapegoating of immigrants

 A woman from a right-wing web site was wearing a Union Jack hat and going around trying to provoke people she interviewed

 Polish left-wing group Razem Londyn with their banner

 'No to Pinkwashing - No Pride in Israeli Apartheid'

Radical Jewish diaspora group Jewdas with their banner

 

 A woman interviewer who had been antagonising protesters complains to police and others that her hat has been

 stolen and her cameraman punched in a noisy performance for the cameras. The police were not very impressed and advised them to leave.

  The rally begins
 
Anna from Movement for Justice 

 

 

'Refugees Welcome' scarf held up by a supporter of Hamburg St Pauli football team  

A Polish man working in the UK speaks on behalf of Razem 

'Open Hearts - Open Borders' 

Sisters Uncut banner in the crowd listening to speeches 

A speaker from RS21 

Annie Cohen from the radical Jewish diaspora group Jewdas 

 
   

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