France bans demonstrations on Israeli-Palestinian conflict / Day

As the Minister pointed out on Twitter, similar demonstrations in 2014 have caused huge disturbances to public order.

Seven years ago, there were large-scale demonstrations against the Israeli military offensive in the Gaza Strip. Trouble broke out at the time, but vandals attacked the synagogue and Jewish shops.

Darmanen said he had instructed the Paris police prefect to ban the demonstrations on Saturday, but did not provide any further information.

The prefect, as the country’s leading representative in the particular district, must be especially vigilant, the minister pointed out.

Demonstrations have been banned at a time of ongoing Israeli-Gaza military conflict in the Middle East, with Gaza militants firing rockets at Israel and an Israeli attack on a Palestinian enclave. Riots and clashes with police have taken place in the occupied West Bank and Israeli-populated Arab cities.

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