Two Mosman men have been charged with assault after an alleged incident at the pro-Palestine rally that took place at the Sydney Opera House last week.
The arrests follow a Police appeal for information on an alleged attack of a 45-year-old man at 7:30pm on October 9.
The arrests follow a Police appeal for information into the alleged assault.
The victim allegedly got into an argument with a group of people during the demonstration against the Israel-Gaza war, while the sails of the Opera House were lit in the colours of the Iraeli flag on October 9.
The protest followed a terror attack by Hamas militants who murdered hundreds and kidnapped others at a music festival in Israel.
Police allege the victim was assaulted and spat on during the Opera House altercation.
The men were arrested on Tuesday and will appear at Downing Centre Local Court on November 9.
After releasing CCTV images of five protestors they wanted to speak to as part of their investigation, two men – both aged 31 – attended Mosman Police Station.
They were arrested and taken to Day Street Police Station at 11pm on Tuesday.
Both men were charged with common assault and granted strict conditional bail to appear at Downing Centre Local Court on Wednesday 8 November.
A third man – aged 19 and from Roselands – has also been arrested in relation to the alleged assault.
A third man was also arrested in Roselands before being taken to Hurstville Police Station.
Aged 19, he was charged with two counts of common assault and will also appear at Downing Centre Local Court on November 8.
Event organisers from the Palestine Action Group have condemned all violent behaviour and any offensive commentary at their rallies, saying those who engage in the behaviour are “not part of our movement”.