Charges Filed After Assault and Spitting at Sydney Opera House Pro-Palestinian Rally


Summary: Two men have been charged after a 45-year-old man was allegedly assaulted and spat on during a pro-Palestinian rally at Sydney’s Opera House.

Two men have been charged in connection with an alleged assault and spitting incident during a pro-Palestinian rally held outside Sydney’s iconic Opera House. The incident occurred when a 45-year-old man got into an argument with a group during a protest against the Israel-Gaza conflict. The rally took place while the Opera House sails were illuminated in the colors of the Israeli flag. Both men have been charged with common assault and are due to appear in court. Event organizers have condemned any violent behavior or offensive commentary during their rallies. Police are still searching for a man who threw a lit flare into the crowd during the event.

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