Josiah Ryan theblaze.com A London supermarket briefly emptied its shelves of most kosher foods on Saturday in response to pro-Palestinian protesters who were upset over the recent war between Israel and the terrorist organization, Hamas, in the Gaza Strip. The absence of the kosher goods was first pointed out on Twitter by local London actor Colin Appleby who tweeted pictures of the empty shelves, wondering what had prompted the removal of the items, many of which were produced in Europe. Appleby went on to tweet that he had learned from a store employee that the items had been removed because the company supports a “free Gaza.” The removal of the items swifty drew ire online where many accused the store of anti-Semitism. to read more: theblaze.com
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