OUR First Minister Humza Yousaf, who should represent all that is Scottish, has said that he is angry at the Home Secretary and the UK Government for condemning the planned march in London on Armistice Day (“Armistice Day pro-Palestinian marches should go ahead -Yousaf’, heraldscotland, November 7). He’s not as angry as those of us who are furious that he cannot see how offensive this is to the service personnel and the families of current and previous servicemen and women who fought against, amongst others, the Nazis. They fought so that we have the freedom to march and express our opinions but not to the detriment of others. Mr Yousaf would like to claim that the march will be about peace. I beg to differ as we saw at Edinburgh Waverley train station where a poppy seller was assaulted and shown such disregard. Would the First Minister claim that shouting “from the river to the sea” is a peaceful chant? It is clearly not. This march should not be allowed to take place on this particular day. It is sacrosanct and is a day of remembering those who have died. There will be other days when they can march. Since when did the majority who commemorate Armistice Day have to kowtow to the minority who care not what we think? Jane Lax, Aberlour.