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Saturday, October 21, 2023

Liverpool fans fly Palestinian flags and banner which reads: 'FOR GOD'S SAKE SAVE GAZA'

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Liverpool fans fly Palestinian flags and banner which reads: 'FOR GOD'S SAKE SAVE GAZA'.

Multiple Palestine flags have been spotted at Anfield for the Merseyside derby between Liverpool and Everton, despite the Premier League issuing a ban on them and Israel flags amid the ongoing conflict in the Middle East.

The Premier League and EFL confirmed flags were prohibited on Thursday for matches this weekend as they looked to avoid any potential incidents in stadiums.

These incidents came after Hamas attacks on Israel on October 7. 

In the aftermath of the attacks, the FA opted not to light up the Wembley arch in the colours of the Israel flag for England's games against Australia - a decision that drew criticism.

The Wembley arch has previously been lit up support the LGBTQ+ community and Ukraine following Russia's invasion last year. 

Instead, they held a minute's silence prior to England's friendly with Australia, while players wore black armbands to remember the victims on both sides of the conflict.

Israel and Palestine flags were also banned for the games at Wembley, although an Israel flag was held up by one supporter during the Australia fixture.

Meanwhile, Tottenham have reiterated the Premier League's message on flags in an email to fans ahead of their home match against Fulham on Monday night.

Their statement to fans read: 'The club has always considered that a football match is a time to show allegiance to a football team first and foremost.

'A football match is not an appropriate arena to display flags of any political or religious affiliation or anything that could possibly be considered inflammatory – this can include national flags during times of political conflicts, campaigns or issues.

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