Victory to the Intifada (VTI) is a group created by the Revolutionary Communist Group (RCG), set up in order to protest “Zionism” in various forms, in the UK.
Here is a video of a typical RCG protest outside Marks & Spencer, as part of their Victory to the Intifada campaign:
The person running the VTI campaign is Ethesham Haq. Here he is addressing the Al Quds Day parade:
The girl whooping and cheering Haq is Leah Kiernan, an antizionist organiser who joined in the London riots. During the riots, she drank wine looted from a convenience store, called for a “gunshot to the head” to Theresa May, and cheered when she heard Marks and Spencer was on fire, tweeting “burnnn Zionism burnnnn“.
Here is Haq outside Ahava [correction: outside Israeli embassy during protests]:
This is from the VTI Facebook page [click to enlarge]:
Here’s what Victory to the Intifada says about the Donnachie/Reitblatt incident, in which St Andrews student Paul Donnachie put his hands down his trousers, touched his genitals, then rubbed his hands on Chanan Reitblatt’s Israeli flag.
This is a humorous account but the point is a very serious one. Calling Israel a terrorist state should definitely NOT be viewed as racial abuse.
So the RCG thinks this incident of racial abuse was funny, but not actually racist.