Prince William shows off his Jewish kippah days after calling for peace in Gaza

With the Jewish kippah and conciliator. Crown Prince William has had no choice but to bow to the demands of his and Charles III’s Government and has visited the Western Marble Arch Synagogue in London. The visit, which took place this Thursday the 29th, has been scheduled days after the brave statement in which the Prince of Wales called for a “ceasefire” in the Gaza Strip. A gesture to compensate for the message from Kensington Palace, in which it stressed that “too many people have died.”

Nine days have passed since Guillermo, through an unpublished statement, expressed his concern “about the terrible human cost of the conflict in the Middle East” and came out in defense of peace in the Strip. In the note, the heir urged the cessation of violence “as soon as possible” and underlined “the desperate need” for humanitarian aid to reach Gaza. An unprecedented and unusual statement that broke with Buckingham’s culture of silence cultivated by his grandmother, Elizabeth II. Even some British media then wondered if Charles III was aware of that message. The answer has come to us today through the visit of the Prince of Wales to the Western Marble Arch Synagogue in London, the center of Jewish worship in the capital.

Guillermo has been received by the ambassadors of the Holocaust Educational Trust, who have delivered a bouquet of wildflowers to Kate. Wearing the Jewish kippah and a navy blue tailored suit, the heir spoke with them and with a 94-year-old woman who survived the Auschwitz concentration camp.

Anti-Semitism has no place in society. Prejudices have no place in society. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again“, declared the prince, who also stressed: “Both Kate and I are very concerned about the rise in anti-Semitism. “I am very sorry if any of you have suffered it because it has no place.” And he added: “We cannot let that (anti-Semitism) happen.”