Jewish ambassador says London feels less safe than Israel after 'jihad ... trends now
The ambassador told the Daily Telegraph that the Jewish community felt fear due to 'jihad ideology' witnessed during pro-Palestinian protests in the capital city over the past month.
She said that whilst we live in a democracy, freedom of speech should have been limited to prevent people spouting hatred.
She told the outlet: 'Since those demonstrations started, I keep getting WhatsApp messages from friends in Israel. They ask me, do you feel safe there? Do Jews feel safe?
'They feel like London is less safe during this war than Israel. They see the same jihadi ideology on the streets of London as in Gaza and they wonder what is going on.'
On the 28 October, more than 500,000 demonstrators shut down central London to demand for a ceasefire in Gaza.
The Jewish ambassador, Tzipi Hotovely that the Jewish community felt fear due to 'jihad ideology' witnessed in the capital city
She said she keeps getting messages from friends in Israel asking if she feels safe in this country
On the 28 October, more than 500,000 demonstrators shut down central London (pictured) to demand for a ceasefire in Gaza
Crowds gathered near the Golden Jubilee Bridge holding signs saying 'Gaza, stop the massacre' and 'Free Palestine, end Israeli occupation'.
More protests have been planned, including on November 11 - on Remembrance Day.
The Met Commissioner, Sir Mark Rowley, has insisted that any demonstrations will not 'collide or interfere' with Remembrance Day.
Writing for the Daily Mail on the 12 October, Ms Hotovely said: 'In the UK, anti-Semitism is on the rise – a 324 per cent rise from this period last year – and as a mother here, it truly pains me to read that pupils of