There's a growing concern that Islamists feel empowered to dominate public spaces and inject them with anti-Semitic sentiments. While the march may be deemed successful from a policing standpoint, the long-term implications of appeasing certain groups for the sake of order raise questions about societal values and the selective application of beliefs. The potential fallout includes a sense of anti-social behavior during these marches, which some argue claim ownership of public spaces while disregarding the concerns of the majority. The ongoing hypersensitivity to certain groups' feelings, as seen in other aspects of societal discourse, is also noted in the context of these marches. The article stresses the need to address the potential danger posed by large, repeated, and threatening anti-Semitic demonstrations, emphasizing the broader impact on society beyond the immediate concerns of the Jewish community. The issue is portrayed as a serious challenge to political leadership, requiring careful consideration and action.