Al Quds Day march in London. (YouTube grab)
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London's mayor said he would urge the U.K. government to crack down on supporters of Hezbollah in the United Kingdom in the wake of an Al-Quds Day march in London where demonstrators carried the organization's flags.Thousands gathered in London on June 18 for this year's rally, organized by the Islamic Human Rights Commission.Khan added that he would write to the Home Secretary Amber Rudd on behalf of London's Jewish communities regarding the issue. Elected in 2016, 46-year-old Khan is London's first Muslim mayor.
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