Mayor Sadiq Khan grilled by pro-Israel MPs over Hezbollah flags at Al Quds Day march

MUST WATCH... London Mayor Sadiq Khan under fire at today's London Assembly meeting following Sundays Al Quds day march. Wait till the end and questions from Assembly Member Andrew Boff!....

Posted by Sussex Friends Of Israel on Thursday, June 22, 2017

Video footage of a recent meeting at the London Assembly where Mayor Sadiq Khan was quizzed by pro-Israel MPs for his alleged inaction over Hezbollah flags being waved at the Al Quds Day march.

This video was cross-posted from the Sussex Friends of Israel’s Facebook page.

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