Professional-Palestine protesters goal Barclays throughout the UK: Activists smash home windows and throw crimson paint over financial institution branches in London, Bristol and Manchester over its ‘hyperlinks to Israel’s weapons commerce and fossil fuels’

Professional-Palestine protesters have focused Barclays’ throughout the UK, smashing home windows and throwing crimson paint over the financial institution branches in London, Bristol and Manchester.

Surprising photos present that every one the home windows of a department within the centre of Bristol have been smashed and graffiti sprayed over them within the co-ordinated assault.

Palestine Motion stated its activists smashed the home windows of the financial institution in Broadmead, together with Barclays branches proper throughout the nation, from Glasgow to Brighton. 

The group stated they took the motion to demand that the financial institution ‘divests from Israel’s weapons commerce and fossil fuels’.

Professional-Palestine protesters have focused Barclays ‘ throughout the UK, smashing home windows and throwing crimson paint over the financial institution branches. Pictured in Bristol in the present day

Pictured are gigantic shards of glass sticking up from the remains of the shattered window

Pictured are gigantic shards of glass sticking up from the stays of the shattered window

A woman carefully picks her way over the shattered and stained broken window glass in Bristol

A lady fastidiously picks her approach over the shattered and stained damaged window glass in Bristol

The windows of the Barclays Bank branch in the centre of Bristol have been smashed

The home windows of the Barclays Financial institution department within the centre of Bristol have been smashed

A police officer stands at the scene after a Bristol branch was targeted by activists

A police officer stands on the scene after a Bristol department was focused by activists

Red paint was thrown across the branch in Bristol's city centre in protest

Purple paint was thrown throughout the department in Bristol’s metropolis centre in protest

A spokesperson for Palestine Motion stated: ‘Barclays is funding the crises of local weather collapse and genocide in Palestine.

‘A long time of well mannered campaigning, petitions, letter writing and lobbying MPs have failed.

‘We’ll proceed to escalate till Barclays pulls its finger out and stops funding genocide and local weather destruction.

Activists additionally sprayed the names of Palestinians killed within the Israeli army motion in Gaza on the partitions of the Barclays department.

A spokesperson for Barclays stated: ‘We offer very important monetary providers to US, UK and European public firms that offer defence merchandise to Nato and its allies.

A police cordon is in place outside Barclays bank in Bury, Manchester, after the protest

A police cordon is in place exterior Barclays financial institution in Bury, Manchester, after the protest

A cracked window in a Barclays bank in Manchester, dripping with red paint

A cracked window in a Barclays financial institution in Manchester, dripping with crimson paint

Barclays bank in Bury, Manchester, this morning, which was targeted by activists

Barclays financial institution in Bury, Manchester, this morning, which was focused by activists

‘Barclays doesn’t immediately put money into these firms.

‘The defence sector is prime to our nationwide safety and the UK authorities has been clear that supporting defence firms is appropriate with ESG concerns.

‘Choices on the implementation of arms embargos to different nations are the job of respective elected governments.

‘Whereas we help the suitable to protest, we ask that campaigners achieve this in a approach which respects our clients, colleagues and property.’

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