Millions of London trains passengers encountered BDS ads slamming the “Israeli” apartheid entity, accusing it of massacres and torture, as well as accusing the BBC of being biased towards “Israel.”
On Monday, millions of morning passengers on the London Underground were greeted with a number of ads taken out by the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions [BDS] Movement, slamming some UK companies with links to the occupation government.
This comes as the Zionist entity continues to torture and massacre Palestinians.
According to reports, the campaign included four ads purportedly put up in 500 trains. The posters were made for what pro-Palestine activists dub as “”Israel” Apartheid Week”.
One of those posters informed that British-made arms were used by the Zionist entity to “massacre Palestinians” in the 2014 Operation Protective Edge in Gaza, while another considered the BBC’s reporting biased towards “Israel,” and a third criticized security company G4S for operating inside the occupied territories.
Relatively, “Transport for London”, the body that oversees the London Underground, claimed in a statement that it had not approved the ads. “These are not authorized adverts,” the statement read.
Source: Al-Ahed news