The leader of a pro-Palestine protest group has claimed that the Metropolitan Police are "with them", as they plan to march again on Remembrance weekend.
The growing demonstrations in London have received widespread backlash, after some were found to be using anti-Semitic language, including calls for "Jihad" and "intifada".
Plans for the marches to take place during Armistice weekend have lead to calls for the Met Police to use their powers to stop them.
Criticising the upcoming demonstrations, Home Secretary Suella Braverman previously branded the protests a "hate march".
Pro-Palestine protestors are planning to demonstrate on Remembrance weekend in London
Speaking in defence of the Metropolitan Police and the protests, Commissioner Sir Mark Rowley has stated there will be a protest this weekend, because "parliament has said that can never be stopped".
Rowley added: "In any event we will do our utmost to absolutely ensure that Remembrance and Armistice are not compromised to the smallest degree by these events."
Speaking on Radio 4's Today programme, Vice Chair of Stop The War Coalition Chris Nineham defended the protestors, claiming the police have called the demonstrations "well organised and in general very orderly".
Nineham added: "We've been vindicated by Sir Mark Rowley's comments that there's no public order case for banning the demo. That you can't ban a demo simply because you don't like it."
Nineham was pressed by host Nick Robinson on the nature of the protests and if they will be "peaceful" this weekend.
Nineham said: "The examples of people on our demonstrations being anti-Semitic and calling for violence, I haven't seen evidence of that."
MP Tobias Ellwood argued against Nineham, claiming: "The evidence is very clear. I'm not saying ban it either, I'm simply saying postpone and respect the weekend that we have for Remembrance Sunday and Armistice Day.
"There was a large demonstration last week and a group did peel off and end up outside the Egyptian Embassy shouting jihad."
Met Police Commissioner Sir Mark Rowley has said the police will do the 'utmost' ensure Remembrance and Armistice are not compromised
Nineham fought back against Ellwood, replying: "I haven't seen evidence of that. See clearly Tobias Ellwood has seen things that I haven't seen, that he himself accepts that wasn't on our demonstrations.
"Obviously we do everything we can as stewards to make sure that there is nothing anti-Semitic, there is nothing calling for violence on our demonstrations.
"For us this isn't about religion, it isn't about race. This is about an absolute humanitarian catastrophe that is being caused by a current war supported by our government."
Robinson then questioned Nineham on other demonstrations the group has held, asking: "Can you point me to the protest that you've organised against the killing of half a million Muslims in Syria?"
Nineham confirmed: "Of course we've demonstrated against the war and we demonstrate regularly. In fact we have a demonstration coming up in 10 days time against the visit of the Saudi leader who is the main orchestrator of the horrible war in Yemen, that we campaigned against regularly."