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03 June 2010

Police warn against holding anti-Israel protests tomorrow

The police have advised the public against participating in demonstrations expected to be held at several places in the city tomorrow in protest against Monday’s Israeli raid on an aid flotilla heading to Gaza.

Kuala Lumpur police chief Datuk Muhammad Sabtu Osman said today police had received information that demonstrations were to be held by certain organisations after Friday prayers.

He said the police had not received any application for permits to hold the demonstrations, and regarded the gatherings as illegal, he said in a statement.

“It is feared that these gatherings will endanger public order and lead to violence,” he said.

It is learnt that Umno Youth is expected to hold a demonstration at the National Mosque while PAS Youth is expected to hold a gathering at the Kampung Baru Jamek Mosque and the protesters are expected to march to the United States’ embassy.

In the incident on Monday, about 130km from Gaza’s coast, Israeli commandos opened fire on the aid flotilla carrying human rights activists who were accompanying humanitarian goods for Gaza residents after they ignored the order to turn back.

Several of the activists are reported to have been killed and others injured. Israel admitted killing nine activists, while the anti-Israeli blockade campaigners claimed that 19 people were shot dead by the commandos


why this warning didnt come out when perkasa and umno youth were holding the protest few days back? dont we have a right for a peaceful assembly without arms under article 10 of the federal constitution??

Police will kow-tow to UMNO youth but will strong action against PAS

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