George Galloway strongly denounced the Prime Minister's remarks as despicable and dangerous.  

He cautioned against encouraging young Muslims to join extremist groups.

Rishi Sunak's claims exacerbated tensions,

prompting Galloway to attack Britain's political class for their fear of democracy.  

Galloway's success in the Rochdale by-election rocked the establishment,

but he stood firm, declaring victory for Gaza and calling for nonviolent protest.

However, he cautioned against the serious implications of delegitimizing dissent,

believing it would lead to extremism.   

In the face of such danger, Galloway's words acted as a devastating reminder of the risks involved.