Two women arrested by the Met Police on suspicion of supporting terrorism have been released on bail.
They were held after the force shared pictures of protesters with images of paragliders at a pro-Palestine rally in Whitehall on 14 October.
Two women, aged 29 and 44, came forward after recognising themselves.
They were arrested on suspicion of inviting support for a proscribed organisation and have been released on bail until November.
Hamas, which is classed as a terrorist organisation in the UK, used paragliders as part of its attack on Israel on 7 October which left more than 1,000 Israelis dead.
Police are still looking for a third woman seen with the image of a paraglider on her top.
They are also seeking a man seen waving a placard with the words "I fully support Hamas" during a protest on Bond Street on 21 October.