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Gideon Falter who runs the Campaign Against Antisemitism which demands others are silenced and censored complains at being ‘censored’ by the Met Police. Oh, the irony

A Jewish campaigner who was threatened with being arrested by the police for being near a pro-Palestine march has accused the Met of allowing ‘no-go zones for Jews’.

Gideon Falter, the chief executive of Campaign Against Antisemitism, was pulled aside by an officer who said he was ‘breaching the peace’ because he was ‘quite openly Jewish’.

Video of the confrontation, which was shared online, has sparked a furious response after an officer told Mr Falter his presence as he tried to walk around London after going to a synagogue on Saturday was antagonising a large group of people’.

He has now accused the Metropolitan Police failing to address ‘the threat of antisemitic violence’ and has called for a mass demonstration by Jewish and non-Jewish people to show ‘no part of London should be unsafe’.

The Met has apologised to Mr Falter and said the use of the phrase ‘openly Jewish’ by the office was ‘hugely regrettable’ and insisted officers were intervening not to stifle free speech, but to ‘keep the public, including all those taking part or opposing the protest, safe’.

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