Booklets Praising Hamas Handed Out at Bristol University Pro Palestine Rally


Booklets praising the terror group Hamas and its "military struggle" against Israel were distributed at a student rally held at Bristol University, one of Britain's most prestigious institutions.

Probe Launched After Shocking Material Uncovered

Police have launched an investigation after the material was uncovered at the rally, which took place on Wednesday of this week. The booklet describes Hamas as a "resistance movement" and expresses unconditional support for their violent attacks.

Ministers Demand Action

Appalled ministers have condemned the distribution of the booklets and are writing to the university to demand action. Education Minister Robert Halfon stated that while students have the right to freedom of speech, they should not be allowed to glorify mass murder or promote illegal terrorist organizations.

Home Secretary Calls for Strong Action

Home Secretary Suella Braverman has instructed the police to use the "full force of the law" against individuals showing support for Hamas in Britain. It is a terror offense to invite support for Hamas.

Hamas' Brutal Attacks on Israel

Hamas recently carried out brutal attacks on Israel, resulting in the deaths of over 1,400 people, including children and babies. Many individuals were taken hostage and transported to Gaza through underground tunnels.

Anti-Semitism on the Rise

These attacks have led to a surge in anti-Semitism and pro Palestine rallies across British universities. Dave Rich, director of policy at the Community Security Trust, condemned the booklet and highlighted the atrocities committed by Hamas.

Police Investigation Underway

Avon and Somerset Police have initiated an investigation into the distribution of the booklet. They are working with the university to determine if any criminal offenses have taken place.

University Responds

Bristol University has expressed its support for students and staff and has communicated that expressing support for Hamas is a criminal offense. The university is treating the incident seriously and is working with the police.

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