EDL men charged with Israel demo offences
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Three EDL members charged with affray and public order offences during a “Tea Party” rabbi’s speech at Speakers Corner have had their case sent to Crown Court.
Shortly after their demonstration on Sunday outside the Israeli Embassy in Kensington, EDL supporters made their way to Hyde Park where Rabbi Nachum Shifren, the so-called "surfing rabbi" from California, gave a short speech.
The rabbi had earlier called Muslims “dogs” and told the EDL “We will never surrender to the sword of Islam."
Bryan Kelso, 28, from Luton, Christopher Long, 38, from Roehampton and Brian Bristow, 37, from Doncaster were charged with affray and public order offences.
They appeared today at Westminster Magistrates Court. No pleas were entered and the men were given conditional bail.