The Quds Day, on which anti-Israel demonstrations take place in many countries, was brought to life by Iran as anti-Israel propaganda. Often these demonstrations would include anti-Semitic slogans, and in Germany, an anti Quds Day lobby has managed to successfully emasculate the Quds demonstration.
So the organising committee no longer simply call for a demonstration against Israel but instead define the demo as “together against Zionism and Anti-Semitism”.
The demonstrators are instructed not to chant any slogans that were not pre-approved by the committee (and checked by the police). The speaker had his own little erective moment in which he fully quoted the slogan about cowardly Jewish pigs that the participants were not to repeat. Various other limitations, including Hizbollah flags that were not to be flown, were made on the group of ca. 300 demonstrators who saw nothing weird in carrying placards about children-killing-Israel, only two days after a Palestinian terrorist killed a 13- year-old girl sleeping in her bed.
The icing on the Quds Day cake were three ultra-orthodox puppets from a small anti-Zionist sect, Neturei Karta, who were flown in from London to show their support. The sign they were holding said that according to the bible, Palestine should be under Palestinian sovereignty. I repeatedly asked them to tell me where exactly this can be found in the bible. They did not know and suggested I send an email to their HQ in London...