AN ANTISEMITIC convoy blasting "f*** the Jews, rape their daughters" on a public address system has driven through North London today.
Shocking footage showed cars with Palestinian flags on them as a man yelled vile threats on a loudspeaker.
He can be heard screaming "f** the Jews" and "rape their daughters" as the cars drive through St John's Wood in London.
The disgusting scenes were condemned by many, including Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
Mr Johnson tweeted: "There is no place for antisemitism in our society.
"Ahead of Shavuot, I stand with Britain’s Jews who should not have to endure the type of shameful racism we have seen today."
Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab said of the footage: "It is disgusting and disgraceful, and there can be no place for it in our society."
MP Robert Jenrick tweeted: "This, on the streets of London is deeply disturbing. Vile, criminal hatred like this must not be tolerated."
The Met Police said they were aware of the video and were investigating.
In a statement, they said: "We are aware of a video appearing to show anti-Semitic language being shouted from a convoy of cars in the St John's Wood area this afternoon.
The video comes amid increased tensions in the Middle East, with Israel launching air strikes on Palestine targeting Hamas militants.
Dead and injured children were pulled from the rubble after air strikes in Gaza.
At least 26 people, including eight children, were among those killed in Gaza this morning in the deadliest attack since fighting in the region began almost a week ago.
Yesterday, nine cops were injured as riot police clashed with pro-Palestine demonstrators outside the Israeli embassy in London.
"Officers are carrying out urgent enquiries to identify those responsible. This sort of behaviour will not be tolerated."
Tensions flared as protesters clambered onto the gates next to Kensington Palace during the demo as the worst violence in years raged between Israel and militants in Gaza.
The Metropolitan Police said nine of its officers were injured while dispersing crowds outside the Embassy in west London yesterday afternoon.
The force said missiles were thrown at officers during "small pockets of disorder" following a peaceful rally in solidarity with the people of Palestine.
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