Pro-Palestinian protests in the UK have been disrupted by incidents of antisemitism, including the display of Nazi symbols and chants.
Why it matters
The incidents highlight the complex and sensitive nature of the Israel-Palestine conflict and the challenges of expressing political views without resorting to hate speech or symbols associated with historical atrocities.
What the papers say
The BBC News and The Times provide detailed accounts of the antisemitic incidents during the pro-Palestinian protests, while the NY Post focuses on the neo-Nazi march in Madison, Wisconsin, which is not directly related to the UK protests.
How we got here
The incidents occurred during pro-Palestinian protests in the UK, with the display of antisemitic symbols and chants causing concern and condemnation.
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Israel, formally known as the State of Israel, is a country in Western Asia, located on the southeastern shore of the Mediterranean Sea and the northern shore of the Red Sea.