Arutz Sheva reports: Things didn’t go quite as planned for a group of anti-Israel activists, who hoped to force the closure of an Israeli-owned shop in honor of “Nakba Day” – the day dedicated to mourning the failure of combined Arab armies to destroy the State of Israel at birth.
Several dozen members of the London Palestine Action organization targeted the Sabon cosmetics store, mimicking campaigns by other anti-Israel boycotters – belonging to the so-called Boycott Divestment and Sanctions movement (BDS) – to force the closure of businesses owned by Jewish Israelis.
Among them was a Pamela Hardyment, a pro-Palestinian campaigner notorious for her vicious anti-Semitic invective.
But they weren’t prepared for the response by pro-Israel activists, who turned the tables on the BDS flash mob.
Having learned of the event via social media, the Israel Advocacy Movement mobilized far more activists – including a number of pro-Israel Muslims – seriously outnumbering the bewildered group of far-left and Islamist extremists.
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