WATCH: Anti-ISIS Protests in London Populated by Kurds, Communists, and PKK Supporters
LONDON, United Kingdom – Anti-ISIS protests in London this weekend saw hundreds of people march from the BBC's Broadcasting House to the American Embassy then down to Marble Arch.
The march followed the Gaza protests staged in London over recent weeks, and there were originally concerns that the demonstration would be met by London's pro-ISIS campaigners who were spotted on Oxford Street, moments away from where the march is due to start and end, earlier this week.
But all passed peacefully, with the only animosity being directed at the Breitbart London team itself after tough questions were asked about the support for the PKK, and the communist flags being waved at the event. At one point, Breitbart London's correspondents were surrounded by hostile protesters shouting, "You are ISIS!" at us.
The PKK, or Kurdistan Worker's Party, is listed as a terrorist organisation by NATO members included the United Kingdom and the USA, as well as Australia, Iran, the Netherlands, Turkey, Spain, and more.
But by and large the protests focused on the atrocities being committed by ISIS in the northern part of Iraq. Campaigners cited the massacres of Yazidis, though some, including speaking Dr Mary Davis, seeked to blame the Western powers rather than deal with the issue itself.
Breitbart London was there, with interesting results.