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Over 85% of British Jews consider Corbyn anti-Semitic
September 13, 2018
Over 85% of British Jews consider Corbyn anti-SemiticUK Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn. (screenshot)
An overwhelming majority of British Jews believe the Labour Party is anti-Semitic and that its leader, Jeremy Corbyn, is an anti-Semite, according to a new poll.
By: Benjamin Kerstein, The Algemeiner
A huge majority — 85.9% — of British Jews believe Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn is an antisemite, a poll conducted by The Jewish Chronicle revealed.
This marked a massive rise from the previous such survey, in which only 39% of Jews believed Corbyn was antisemitic.
British Jews also expressed an extremely low opinion of the Labour Party in general. The poll showed that 85.6% believed Labour suffered from “very high” levels of antisemitism.
Corbyn and his party have been beset with a series of high-profile antisemitism scandals for several years, which has resulted in the resignation and suspension of several prominent officials. Corbyn himself was recently caught on video saying that “Zionists” did not understand “English irony” despite “having lived in this country for a very long time.”
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Support for Mayor Khan Crashes After Summer of Violence
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The London Mayor’s approval rating has slumped to its lowest level on record after a summer of surging violence in the capital, crashing to just a fifth of its previous level earlier in the year.
Sadiq Khan’s personal ratings plummeted from +22 in May this year to just +4 this month, according to a YouGov poll for Queen Mary University of London.
He now has a negative rating among older voters aged over 50, white voters, the working classes — so-called C2DE lower socioeconomic groups — and “doughnut dwellers” living in London’s outskirts.

The poll found that less than half, or 44 percent, of voters say he is doing well compared to 52 percent in April 2018. And almost as many, 40 percent, say he is doing badly — a ten point jump since April
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In April, Khan was +12 with white Londoners and now has an approval rating of -5. He was +14 in outer London, also sinking to  -5, and with working-class C2DE voters, he has slipped from +5 to -7 over the summer.

Philip Cowley, Professor of Politics at Queen Mary and Director of the Mile End Institute, commented on the findings:

“In April 2018, Sadiq Khan was still ahead among those aged 50-64, working class Londoners, those living in outer London and white voters. He’s now behind among all of these groups.”

He added: “When we first started polling, he was one of the most popular politicians in Britain. Such was his cross-party support, he even had net positive support from Conservative voters. Those days are long gone.”

Speaking on social media, the professor argued Mr Khan can be beaten at the next mayoral election in May 2020 if he faces a strong Tory candidate.

One of the defining issues of Mr Khan’s term has been crime, with the Mayor attracting a succession of negative headlines.
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Murders in London Overtake New York for First Time Since 1800 Under Sadiq Khan
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In the last 12 months, 137 people were murdered or violently killed in London, compared to 97 in the year that ended as Sadiq Khan became Mayor, with him coming to power in May 2016.
From May 2010 until March 2015, there were 400 or fewer offences in London involving a weapon every month apart from three.
However, since March 2015, the monthly numbers have risen, peaking at 710 in May last year, under the leadership of Khan. Moped crime, acid attacks, and sex crimes, in particular, are rising.
Mr Khan has repeatedly denied responsibility and deflected blame for the problem on to the Tories and central government, saying in January that he “can not solve knife crime by [him]self” when pressed on the issue.
Meanwhile, he has taken a strong stance on politically correct cultural issues, moving to ban attractive images of women on the Tube, fast food adverts, and campaigning against a clean Brexit and U.S. President Donald J. Trump.
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 Mayor Khan: ‘I Can’t Solve London Knife Crime,’ Blames Right Wingers  http://www.breitbart.com/london/2018/01/18/mayor-khan-cant-solve-london-knife-crime-blames-right-wingers/
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Mayor Khan: ‘I Can’t Solve London Knife Crime,’ Blames Right Wingers
The London mayor has said he “can not solve knife crime by myself” when pressed on the issue in the London Assembly.
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Petrov & Boshirov mocked on Twitter, but Salisbury’s self-esteem the biggest victim
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Petrov & Boshirov mocked on Twitter, but Salisbury’s self-esteem the biggest victim
Salisbury Cathedral, 13 Sept 2018, Toby Melville / Reuters
RT’s interview with the two Russian men accused of being behind the Skripal poisoning has revealed a Twitter widely cynical about both their innocence, and Salisbury’s claims to be an international tourist hotspot.
Whatever your views on the Skripal poisoning and the guilt or innocence of suspects Alexander Petrov and Ruslan Boshirov, few could argue it has been a bad day for the self-esteem of Salisbury and its much-admired cathedral. The majority on social media clearly think the town is awful and certainly not worth a 3,000-mile round trip.
But with the optimism of knowing God is on its side, and the ‘no publicity is bad publicity’ mantra ringing in its ears, Salisbury Cathedral itself is not wasting its new-found notoriety. It sent out a promotional tweet detailing the mighty 123-meter erection which apparently attracted Petrov and Boshirov in the first place.
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Replies underneath the official tweet inquire as to whether the cathedral cafe serves vodka, or whether there is a Russian language audio guide.
Well after the revelations, people soon began to notice that Petrov and Boshirov weren’t the first celebrities to take an interest in Salisbury after all. One of the world’s biggest rappers, Jay Z, went there once as well! Where’s your cynicism now internet!? Seriously, is Jay Z now a suspect in this Novichok thing?
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RT editor-in-chief spoke to UK’s suspects in Skripal case, interview to be aired later today
Published time: 13 Sep, 2018 07:36
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RT editor-in-chief spoke to UK’s suspects in Skripal case, interview to be aired later today
RT Editor-in-Chief Margarita Simonyan spoke to the two men London named as suspects in the Skripal case, and the interview is set to be aired soon. Earlier, Putin said they are civilians and "there is nothing criminal about them.”
Simonyan said the interview took place on Wednesday.

The mystery surrounding the Salisbury “suspects” started right after their pictures hit the front pages of the international media following a police press conference last week.

While prosecutors just said that Alexander Petrov and Ruslan Boshirov had Russian passports, they did not elaborate on who the people are. In fact, law enforcement appealed to the public to come forward with any information regarding the two, saying the names were likely not their real one.
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Crime Wave Britain: Six Police Officers Stabbed, Rammed, Run over in 72 Hours
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Attacks against police officers are increasing amid a violent crime wave in Great Britain, with six officers injured in one force area over a three-day period.
West Midlands Police covers a wide geographical area which includes Birmingham, Britain’s multicultural second city, and Wolverhampton, the former seat of the late anti-mass migration campaigner Enoch Powell.
The first officer to be attacked was stabbed during an attempted carjacking while off-duty on September 5th, in a shocking scene captured on CCTV.
A hooded man clad in black is said to have approached the 25-year-old officer in Walsall in the middle of the day at 1:30 pm and demanded his car keys, chasing him down and stabbing him in the chest several times when he tried to run.
Carrying firearms, pepper spray, or any other article for self-defence is prohibited in the United Kingdom, even for off-duty police officers and members of the Armed Forces — with the exception of Northern Ireland.
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The remaining five officers were injured in the line of duty over a period of only a little over 24 hours.
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England’s Largest Muslim Group Wants Franklin Graham Banned From Preaching There
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England’s Largest Muslim Group Wants Franklin Graham Banned From Preaching There
The largest Islamic organization in Britain is urging the government to ban evangelist Franklin Graham, who is scheduled to appear at an event in the country later this month. Newsweek reports the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), the umbrella organization for hundreds of Islamic groups, has supported the calls from three members of Parliament and members of the public to deny Graham a visa for spreading what the organization calls “hate speech.”
The “hate speech” they refer to is Graham’s preaching against Islam as “evil” and as a “religion of war.” He’s also been an opponent against the movement for LGBTQ rights. Graham, the son of the late Billy Graham, is to be the featured speaker at the Festival of Hope event in Blackpool, located in northwest England, on Sept. 21. On the website Jihad Watch, writer Robert Spencer asks “Would anyone be calling for the banning of Graham from the U.K. if he had called Christianity ‘evil’?” 
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When the British PM stood up to defend the Jewish people, everyone listened
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PM Theresa May finally slammed the Labour party leader and anti-Semitism. The news has been full of stories regarding Jeremy Corbyn and his anti-semitism. Now, the Prime Minister stood up and spoke out about it.
British Prime Minister Theresa May came across stern and strong when she stood up to defend the Jewish people from the growing antisemitism in the Labour party
"We were the first country in the world to adopt the definition of anti-Semitism as set out by @TheIHRA" says the PM #PMQs https://bbc.in/2wIlK9V 

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Jeremy Corbyn – Anti-Semite
Jeremy Corbyn is the British anti-semite that keeps on giving. With each day more and more troublesome outbursts, events and meetings are exposed.  We now can clearly see his true antisemitic colors. One of the latest antisemitic comments that came to the fore was one he made a few years ago.  Corbyn said that “British Zionists don’t get British irony.”  What Corbyn is essentially implying is that regardless if a British Jew was born in Britain, or lived in Britain for centuries, so long as they are Zionists, they are not really British.  Rather, they are aliens to Britain. This is an extremely severe comment to say about fellow British citizens.  This is especially bothersome due to the fact that tens of thousands of Jewish men served in the British Army and Navy in World War I and II.

Theresa May Responds in Parliament
British Prime Minister Theresa May rightly calls out Labour leader Corbyn for uttering such an antisemitic comment on the Parliament floor.
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It seems like this issue won’t disappear. This antisemitism problem in the Labour party seems to be growing, not going away. The biggest problem with Jeremy Corbyn’s actions as the Labour party leader is that he is mainstreaming antisemitism.  As Maajid Nawaz has said, the Labour party today is now institutionally racist.

This is PM Theresa May speaking about the issue last month
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Theresa May accuses Jeremy Corbyn of failing to tackle anti-Semitism
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LIVE: UN Security Council meets after UK names Russian GRU officers as Salisbury poisoning suspects
Published time: 6 Sep, 2018 15:39
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The United Nations Security Council is meeting after British Prime Minister Theresa May named the two men allegedly responsible for the Skripal poisoning as Russian spies.
May has said that the poisoning of former Russian Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia in March was ordered at a "senior level" of the Russian government. She said that the suspects, named as 'Alexander Petrov' and 'Ruslan Boshirov', are members of the GRU, Russia’s military intelligence service, and that the poisoning was not a “rogue operation."

READ MORE: Russia is not involved in Skripal case at any level – Kremlin
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British and Russian officials will now come face to face at the meeting to discuss the accusations further.


Russia is not involved in Skripal case at any level – Kremlin
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Russia has nothing to do with the Skripal poisoning case at any level, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov has said, slamming “unacceptable” British allegations.
“Neither Russia’s top leadership nor those with lower ranks, and no country’s officials, have had anything to do with the events in Salisbury,” Peskov said. He rebuffed UK Prime Minister Theresa May’s claim that the attack on the ex-double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter was approved at “senior level of the Russian state.”

“Any accusations against Russian leadership are unacceptable,” the spokesman added.

On Wednesday, UK prosecutors named two “Russians” whom they accuse of poisoning the Skripals. May later claimed that the duo were officers of the Russian military intelligence agency GRU. Firing back, the Russian Foreign Ministry said the names and photos of the two men ‘do not mean anything’ to Moscow and called on London “to abandon making public accusations and media manipulations.”

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FILE PHOTO: Police officers search Queen Elizabeth Gardens in Salisbury, Britain, July 19, 2018. ©️ Hannah McKaySalisbury plot thickens, questions without answers multiply
If the UK wants Russia to take action, it should send an official request in the first place in accordance with existing agreements, Peskov stressed, noting that media reports and statemens in parliament cannot replace it.

“We need a request from the British side to check their [suspects’] identities, to give us legal grounds for the identity checks. There is a common practice [for it],” he told journalists. He stressed that from the very beginning Moscow offered cooperation on the case, but London has been reluctant to agree.

One of the main arguments leading the UK to repeat its “highly likely” mantra regarding Moscow’s involvement in the poisoning has been that the Novichok nerve agent – allegedly used in this case – could have only been produced by Russia. However, foreign specialists have long been familiar with the formula, which was developed by the Soviet Union.

The new “revelations,” however, are not more plausible that the previous ones, Charles Shoebridge, a security expert and a former British military officer, told RT. The simple fact that allegedly well-trained Russian intelligence specialists could have left behind so much evidence speaks for itself, he says.

“It seems very strange that these people have absolutely left what seems to be a very reckless and clear trail of evidence, which almost seems to be designed, or at least would almost inevitably lead to the conclusions that the police and the authorities have come to today, in other words that Russia [is] to blame,” he told RT.

READ MORE: Skripal saga: 'Trail of reckless evidence' casts doubt over Moscow's involvement, analyst tells RT

Annie Machon, a former MI5 intelligence officer, said she doubts Russia’s alleged motive behind the Salisbury incident and that certain pieces of evidence reported by the media “may look pretty compelling but will never be tested in a real
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Labour party leader is forcing Jews to consider leaving England
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This is not a joke. The big conversation in Jewish homes in Britain today is whether they will stay or leave if Corbyn becomes Prime Minister.  As of now, he has not been elected Prime Minister.  But everyone knows that his chances of winning the next elections are great. That might be the catalyst for a mass exodus of Jews from Britain.
Antisemitism on the rise in Britain
The leadership of Jeremy Corbyn has made antisemitism into a mainstream position.  This is a real shocker.  Understandably, the Jews of Britain are quite concerned, if not downright scared. The first six months of 2018 saw the second largest number of anti-semitic attacks in the UK. The first six months of 2017 saw the largest number of attacks.
The Labour Party is Now “Institutionally Racist”
Liberal, secular, Muslim radio host Maajid Nawaz delivered a damning explanation about the Labour Party.  He believes that the Labour party is institutionally racist. This is a MUST SEE video to understand how Jews of Britain feel today.
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The Labour Party is institutionally racisthttps://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-45401017

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What were you saying again @AaronBastani ?
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Corbyn blasts ‘shameful’ US decision to end UNRWA funding, calls for UK to ‘fill the gap’
 September 2, 2018
Corbyn blasts ‘shameful’ US decision to end UNRWA funding, calls for UK to ‘fill the gap’Britain's opposition Labour party leader Jeremy Corbyn (AP/Matt Dunham, FILE)
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While facing condemnation for his anti-Israel activism and charges of anti-Semitism from party members, world Jewish leaders and senior Israeli politicians, UK Labor leader Jeremy Corbyn added fuel to the fire by weighing in on Washington’s decision to stop funding UNRWA.

“Shameful for the US to end its funding for UNRWA, a vital UN refugee agency. The UK must help to fill the gap by boosting its contributions. Support for Palestinian refugees is a vital commitment until there is a just and viable settlement of the Israel-Palestine conflict,” he tweeted on Saturday night.

The State Department announced Friday that the US, the largest contributor to UNRWA with $350 million in annual aid, will make no additional contributions to the agency.

The Palestinians, who reacted in fury to the move, claim refugee status for five million people, which includes millions of descendants of the approximately 700,000 original refugees who were living in British Mandatory Palestine, or what is now the State of Israel, and were displaced during the 1948 War of Independence.

These descendants of refugees, supported by the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine (UNRWA), live in Judea and Samaria, the Gaza Strip, Jordan, Syria and Lebanon.

The majority of the original refugees are no longer alive.

Speaking Sunday morning on the occasion of the first day of the new school year, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu added comments praising the US decision.

Netanyahu: US made a ‘welcome and important change’
Referring to Jewish refugees from Europe and from Arab lands, he said that the State of Israel “did not leave them as refugees; we turned them into equal citizens, who contribute, in our state.

“This is not what is happening with the Palestinians,” he added. “There they created a unique institution, 70 years ago, not to absorb the refugees but to perpetuate them. Therefore, the US has done a very important thing by halting the financing for the refugee perpetuation agency known as UNRWA. It is finally beginning to resolve the problem. The funds must be taken and used to genuinely help rehabilitate the refugees, the true number of which is much smaller than the number reported by UNRWA. This is a welcome and important change and we support it.”

Israeli Ambassador to the UN Danny Danon issued a statement, saying, “We welcome the US’ decision as UNRWA has proven itself an impediment to resolving the conflict by keeping the Palestinians in perpetual refugee status. The Palestinian attempt to approach the UN is another empty statement.
“It’s about time that the Palestinian leadership abandoned its victimhood and incitement campaign and took concrete steps to improve the Palestinians future,” he added.
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‘Wake up call’: Veteran UK Labour Party lawmaker quits over anti-Semitism
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‘Wake up call’: Veteran UK Labour Party lawmaker quits over anti-SemitismFrank Field of the UK Labour Party. (screenshot)
A leading British lawmaker left the Labour Party on Thursday, deeming the party a “force for anti-Semitism.”
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A veteran British lawmaker quit the Labour Party grouping in Parliament Thursday, saying the opposition party had become a “force for anti-Semitism.”

Frank Field quit with a letter to the party’s chief whip accusing the leadership of the left-of-center party of overseeing an “erosion of our core values.”

“Britain fought the Second World War to banish these views from our politics, but that superhuman effort and success is now under huge and sustained internal attack,” he wrote.

Field also complained of “thuggery” and “bullying and intimidation” in his local branch of the party.

Allegations of anti-Jewish prejudice within Labour have grown since veteran socialist Jeremy Corbyn was elected leader in 2015. Some in the party allege that Corbyn, a longtime critic of Israel, has allowed anti-Semitic abuse to go unchecked, while others have accused Corbyn himself of being an anti-Semite.

The issue has split the party, with some Corbyn supporters accusing opponents and right-wing media outlets of misrepresenting the leader’s views.
Field, 76, has sat in Parliament since 1979 and served as a minister in then Prime Minister Tony Blair’s government, but has found himself at odds with Corbyn and his left-wing supporters. His support for Brexit has also put him at odds with many Labour colleagues.

Field said he plans to remain in Parliament as an independent.

Deputy Labour leader Tom Watson said Field’s resignation was “a major wake up call. We cannot afford to lose people of such weight and stature.”
Field’s decision arrives just a few days after Lord Rabbi Jonathan Sacks, former Chief Rabbi of the UK, deemed Corbyn an anti-Semite in comments that were published on Tuesday in the New Statesman.

Sacks’ made the comments following a string of revelations regarding Corbyn’s statements about Israel and UK “Zionists,” in addition to incidents such as Corbyn’s presence at an event honoring the Munich massacre terrorists and his accusation that Israel committed “genocide” while speaking in front of a Hamas flag.

“We can only judge Jeremy Corbyn by his words and his actions,” said Sacks. “He has given support to racists, terrorists and dealers of hate who want to kill Jews and remove Israel from the map. When he implies that, however long they have lived here, Jews are not fully British, he is using the language of classic pre-war European anti-Semitism. When challenged with such facts, the evidence for which is before our eyes, first he denies, then he equivocates, then he obfuscates. This is low, dishonest and dangerous.”
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Former UK chief rabbi Lord Sacks: Jeremy Corbyn is a dangerous anti-Semite
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Labour's leader 'has given support to racists, terrorists, dealers of hate who want to kill Jews, remove from Israel from the map.' Warns Sacks: 'Where he leads others will follow'
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Britain’s former chief rabbi, Lord Jonathan Sacks, branded the Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn a dangerous anti-Semite in an interview published Tuesday.
In a devastating critique of the opposition leader, Sacks accused Corbyn of giving “support to racists, terrorists and dealers of hate, who want to kill Jews and remove Israel from the map.” The Labour leader, Sacks said, uses “the language of classic prewar European antisemitism.”

Corbyn has been under mounting attack for his own allegedly anti-Semitic positions and for failing to root anti-Semitism out of Labour, Britain’s main opposition party.

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The comments that sparked Sacks’s denunciation were made by Corbyn in a 2013 speech at the Palestinian Return Centre in London:, where Corbyn said of a group of British “Zionists”: “They clearly have two problems. One is they don’t want to study history and, secondly, having lived in this country for a very long time, probably all their lives, they don’t understand English irony either.”

In an interview with the New Statesman magazine, Sacks, who served as chief rabbi from 1991 to 2013, called those remarks the most offensive to have been made by a senior British politician for 50 years.

“The recently disclosed remarks by Jeremy Corbyn are the most offensive statement made by a senior British politician since Enoch Powell’s 1968 ‘Rivers of Blood’ speech,” said Sacks. “It was divisive, hateful and like Powell’s speech it undermines the existence of an entire group of British citizens by depicting them as essentially alien.

Jeremy Corbyn addresses the crowd in Trafalgar Square in London, England, July 13, 2018. (Niklas Hallen/AFP/Getty Images/via JTA)
“We can only judge Jeremy Corbyn by his words and his actions,” Sacks went on. “He has given support to racists, terrorists and dealers of hate who want to kill Jews and remove from Israel from the map.”

Interpreting Corbyn’s comment about “Zionists” as a thinly veiled reference to Jews, Sacks said: “When he implies that, however long they have lived here, Jews are not fully British, he is using the language of classic pre-war European anti-Semitism. When challenged with such facts, the evidence for which is before our eyes, first he denies, then he equivocates, then he obfuscates. This is low, dishonest and dangerous.”

Warned Sacks: “He has legitimised the public expression of hate, and where he leads, others will follow.

“Now, within living memory of the Holocaust, and while Jews are being murdered elsewhere in Europe for being Jews, we have an anti-Semite as the leader of the Labour Party and her majesty’s opposition. That is why Jews feel so threatened by Mr Corbyn and those who support him.”

“For more than three and a half centuries, the Jews of Britain have contributed to every aspect of national life,” Sacks noted. “We know our history better than Mr Corbyn, and we have learned that the hate that begins with Jews never ends with Jews. Mr Corbyn’s embrace of hate defiles our politics and demeans the country we love.”

Corbyn’s 2013 remarks, which resurfaced last week, have prompted a fresh wave of criticism of Corbyn, including from some Labour MPs. Corbyn last week claimed that he had used the word Zionist “in the accurate political sense and not as a euphemism for Jewish people.”

Sacks spoke days after a petition was launched by a British anti-Semitism advocacy group calling for Corbyn’s resignation.

The Campaign Against Antisemitism, founded in 2014, insisted “Jeremy Corbyn must go.” It urged Labour’s lawmakers to act, noting that “only 52 Labour MPs [are needed] to propose a challenger, or Labour MPs could propose a vote of no confidence, or set up their own political party. We call on the Parliamentary Labour Party to take action.”

The petition, which quickly gained thousands of signatures, was posted to the change.org website on Saturday, the same day a Labour Party anti-Semitism campaign group filed a formal complaint against Corbyn over his 2013 “Zionists” speech.

The CAA petition railed against “events from Jeremy Corbyn’s disturbing past” that “have trickled into the light.”

Back when “he could speak his mind without fear of scrutiny, [Corbyn] blamed Islamist terrorist attacks on Israel; defended an appalling antisemitic mural; honored a sheikh banned from the UK for saying that Jews drink non-Jews’ blood; said that a Hamas terrorist whose life’s work was the murder of Jews was his ‘brother’; held a repulsive event on Holocaust Memorial Day in which Jews were accused of being the successors to the Nazis; tried to have the word ‘Holocaust’ removed from the title of Holocaust Memorial Day; laid a wreath at a memorial for the Black September terrorists behind the Munich Massacre; and now we have heard that he made euphemistic comments to suggest that Jews are somehow un-British and foreign to the ways of our country,” it charged.

The petition garnered 5,581 signatures in its first 20 hours online.
It charged that Corbyn “over many years…sought to defend, honor, assist and promote antisemites and the context is that his actions have been consistent with those of an ideological antisemite. We had hoped that the Labour Party might at some point rise to the defense of British Jews by removing Jeremy Corbyn or by demanding his resignation, but the institutions of the once proudly anti-racist Labour Party are now corrupted and will not act.”

Earlier Saturday, Labour’s internal anti-Semitism advocacy group, Labour Against Anti-Semitism, said it had lodged a formal complaint with the party against Corbyn for “anti-Semitism and for bringing the party into disrepute.”

On Friday,  The Times of London published an editorial calling Corbyn “straightforwardly antisemitic,” and concluding that his comments should “render him ineligible for membership, let alone leadership, of a democratic party and for public office.”

The 2013, Hamas-endorsed conference featured several controversial speakers, including one who advocated boycotting Holocaust Memorial Day and another who blamed Israel for the 9/11 terror attacks in New York.

The resurfacing of Corbyn’s 2013 speech was met with backlash from a number of Labour MPs and Jewish figures, with the editor of the Jewish Chronicle saying “it’s almost impossible to read this as anything other than a reference to Jews.”


Britain’s opposition Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn faces the media after delivering the Alternative MacTaggart lecture exploring the role of the media, at the Edinburgh Television Festival in Edinburgh, Scotland, on August 23, 2018. (Jane Barlow/PA via AP)
But Corbyn defended his remarks, insisting that his mention of “Zionists” was not a euphemism for the Jewish people.

In a statement quoted by The Guardian on Friday, Corbyn said he had become “more careful with how I might use the term ‘Zionist’ because a once self-identifying political term has been increasingly hijacked by anti-Semites as code for Jews.”

The incident is the latest of a string of revelations detailing Corbyn’s antipathy for the Jewish state, and highlights the widening gap between the British left and the country’s Jewish community.

Claims of anti-Jewish prejudice within Labour have grown since Corbyn, a longtime critic of Israel, was elected leader in 2015. UK Jewish groups have accused him of failing to expel party members who openly express anti-Semitic views.

The dispute recently boiled over after the party last month proposed adopting a definition of anti-Semitism that differed from the one approved by the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance, a move that was met with anger from Jewish groups and the country’s chief rabbi.

In recent months, photos and videos and photos have emerged of Corbyn and other Labour officials making anti-Semitic and virulent anti-Israel comments.

UK Labour party leader Jeremy Corbyn (2r) attends a 2012 conference in Doha, along with several Palestinian terrorists convicted of murdering Israelis. (Screen capture: Twitter)
Two weeks ago, footage surfaced of Corbyn accusing Israel of committing genocide against Palestinians during a 2014 rally, as a Hamas flag waved behind him. Corbyn called the terror group “friends” prior to his election as Labour leader two years ago, a statement he has since walked back.

One of the photos published recently showed Corbyn hosting a panel featuring a senior Hamas officials in 2012, including members convicted of murdering Israelis in terror attacks.

Earlier in August, the Daily Mail published photos of Corbyn in 2014 laying a wreath at the grave of the Palestinian terrorists who murdered 11 Israeli athletes in the 1972 Munich Olympics.

Jeremy Corbyn (second from left) holding a wreath during a visit to the Martyrs of Palestine, in Tunisia, in October 2014. (Facebook page of the Palestinian embassy in Tunisia)
Corbyn initially claimed he attended the ceremony at the Cemetery of the Martyrs of Palestine, in Tunisia to commemorate the 47 Palestinians killed during an Israeli bombing raid there in 1985. But images recovered from a Palestinian Embassy archive by the paper showed Corbyn holding a wreath in front of a plaque dedicated to members of Black September.

“A wreath was indeed laid by some of those who were at the conference to those that were killed in Paris in 1992,” Corbyn later admitted, adding that he while he was present at the ceremony, he did not “think I was actually involved in it.”

Last week, Times of Israel editor David Horovitz detailed Corbyn’s years of activism on behalf of a Labour movement that sought to “eradicate Zionism” and replace Israel with a secular Palestinian state, and branded Corbyn “an anti-Semite and a racist.” Horovitz wrote that Labour, if it wants to root out anti-Semitism, must expel Corbyn.

In his 2013 speech, Corbyn spoke about the importance of history and of how necessary it was for people to understand the origins of the conflict between Israelis and Palestinians.

He then praised a speech he had recently heard by Manuel Hassassian at a meeting in parliament in which the Palestinian ambassador to the UK gave an “incredibly powerful” account of the history of Palestine.

Corbyn then added: “This was dutifully recorded by the, thankfully silent, Zionists who were in the audience on that occasion, and then came up and berated him afterwards for what he had said.

“They clearly have two problems. One is that they don’t want to study history, and secondly, having lived in this country for a very long time, probably all their lives, don’t understand English irony either. Manuel does understand English irony, and uses it very effectively. So I think they needed two lessons, which we can perhaps help them with.”

In a statement released on Friday, Corbyn said he had “defended the Palestinian ambassador in the face of what I thought were deliberate misrepresentations by people for whom English was a first language, when it isn’t for the ambassador”.
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J.K. Rowling Slams British Author for Calling Jewish Outrage at Corbyn 'Synthetic'
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Simon Maginn called Jewish outrage over Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn's comments 'synthetic outrage.' Rowling fired back: 'What other minority would you speak to this way?'
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J.K. Rowling went head to head with a fellow British writer on Twitter over his criticism of Jewish complaints about anti-Semitism in the Labour Party.
Simon Maginn, who has written five thrillers under his own name and satirical comedies under the name Simon Nolan, on Sunday in a tweet called Jewish outrage over Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn’s 2013 comments indicating that “Zionists” do not understand British culture “patently synthetic outrage,” and called on a Jewish tweeter to “Explain your deep and wounding sense of injury.”
Rowling, who is not Jewish, tweeted in response: “How dare you tell a Jew that their outrage is ‘patently synthetic’? How dare you demand that they lay bare their pain and fear on demand, for your personal evaluation? What other minority would you speak to this way?”
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Maginn then called on Rowling to explain, noting that Corbyn has said that his comments did not refer to Jews but was “a rather complicated joke about the Palestinian Ambassador’s fluency in English.”
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The opening salvos set up a back and forth that lasted throughout Sunday. Rowling tweeted several quotes from Jean-Paul Sartre’s “Anti-Semite and Jew” — a famous essay on anti-Semitism by the philosopher — and lambasted him for demanding that a British Jew explain how he feels under anti-Semitic attack “when there are literally hundreds of accounts currently online explaining how British Jews currently feel?”
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Explain it to me, then. Explain your deep and wounding sense of injury. Explain the wrong that's been done to you. Explain your patently synthetic outrage. Explain yourself. Publicly.
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How dare you tell a Jew that their outrage is 'patently synthetic'? How dare you demand that they lay bare their pain and fear on demand, for your personal evaluation? What other minority would you speak to this way?
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And rather than bully from the grandeur of your immense twitter following, why not try to engage intellectually with someone? Anyone can sling mud and  run. Let's talk about it rationally. How about it?
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'it is their adversary who is obliged to use words responsibly, since he believes in words. The anti‐Semites have the right to play.' 
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How about you explain - publicly, to Twitter, to the world - why you've taken it upon yourself to attack a Jew, demanding that they explain themselves, when there are literally hundreds of accounts currently online explaining how British Jews currently feel?
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You don't want to understand in the slightest, because if you did, you'd be reading those accounts right now. What you want is to accuse a Jew of lying. You're projecting your own bad faith onto @SCynic1 and you're projecting your own bullying onto me.

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Maginn accused Rowling of “libel” for publicly calling him an anti-Semite in one of her tweets, but tweeted that “I’m not going to mount a legal action against you because I haven’t got any money and you’ve got a lot, but false + defamatory = libellous. What a class act you are. What a nasty vicious little bully. Blocked.”
Early Monday morning he continued his harangue, opening with a tweet reading: “BREAKING NEWS: From today, any statement by Jeremy Corbyn or his supporters is now *automatically antisemitic*, unless cleared by a panel comprising Dan Hodges, J K Rowling, Stephen Pollard and (wild card entry) David Baddiel.”
Dan Hodges is a columnist for the Daily Mail who has accused Corbyn supporters of overt anti-Semitism. Pollard is the editor of London’s Jewish Chronicle newspaper, and Baddiel is a British comedian and activist who campaigns against anti-Semitism in British soccer matches.
Maginn called on Rowling to apologize for “a sickening personal accusation against a complete stranger who disagrees with you politically,” also tweeting that “your followers surely deserve better than this kind of behaviour from you. So do I. I deserve an apology.”
Rowling, who has 14.4 million followers on Twitter, did not respond.
Maginn has tweeted against Jews in the past. In July, in response to the Labour Party rejecting the complete international definigion of anti-Semitism, he wrote: “Astounding isn’t it, that a group which claims to be silenced, oppressed, powerless manages to keep the story running day after day, week after week, month after month, in every Tory paper and on the Tory BBC. Must be terrible to be so oppressed, so silenced.”
It is not the first time that Rowling has debated anti-Semitism on Twitter. In April, she posted a screen grab of a non-Jew attempting to explain what Judaism is — “Judaism is a religion not a race” — and explained why this is hardly relevant to defining anti-Jewish bias.
She tweeted: “Most UK Jews in my timeline are currently having to field this kind of crap, so perhaps some of us non-Jews should start shouldering the burden,” she said. “Antisemites think this is a clever argument, so tell us, do: were atheist Jews exempted from wearing the yellow star? #antisemitism.”

She also responded when someone argued that Arabs can’t be anti-Semitic because they are Semites. “The ‘Arabs are semitic too’ hot takes have arrived,” she tweeted.
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WATCH: Corbyn expressed support for convicted Palestinian terrorist
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UK Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn called Marwan Barghouti an “ambassador for peace.” Barghouti is serving five life sentences in Israeli prisons in connection with multiple terrorist attacks that killed six Israelis.
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French Police Seize Dozens of Sheep Hidden in Garage Ahead of Islamic Ritual Slaughter Festival
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French police in the heavily migrant populated suburbs of Paris have seized 32 sheep that were found in the garage of a pizzeria ahead of the Islamic Eid al-Adha festival in which Muslims sacrifice animals.
The animals were found in the commune of Drancy, which is located in the heavily migrant populated Seine-Saint-Denis suburbs to the north of Paris which have become well-known for having a large Muslim population. The seized sheep were taken to an animal shelter in Chailly-en-Brie, Le Parisien reports.
While adherents of the Islamic faith are allowed to engage in ritual halal slaughter for Eid al-Adha, by French law they must do so in a controlled environment at a recognized slaughterhouse both for hygiene reasons and to combat potential animal cruelty.
The discovery was not the only one of hidden sheep intended to be slaughtered over the Islamic festival. In Clichy-sous-Bois and Montfermeil, police were tipped off by the association for the defence of animals and found five more sheep located at three separate addresses.
Police also arrested a man earlier this week after he had illegally shot two sheep.
The slaughter of animals in connection with the festival has also been the subject of controversy in neighbouring Belgium, with two of the country’s three regions banning slaughter without having the animal stunned beforehand.
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The region of Brussels, where the notorious suburb of Molenbeek is located, has so far declined to join Flanders and Wallonia in banning the slaughter leading to criticism from animal rights campaigners.

In the UK, the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty Animals (RSPCA) has spoken out against halal slaughter practices and advocating that all animals should be stunned before slaughter.
The RSPCA slammed the UK government this week for relaxing laws on slaughter methods accusing the government of trying to increase sales of UK halal products to Saudi Arabia.
“This [deal with Saudi Arabia] is very disappointing news. Non-stun slaughter causes serious suffering for animals,” said Marc Cooper, the head of the RSPCA’s farm animal department and added, “To minimise unnecessary animal suffering, we believe it should follow other European nations and ban the export of meat from non-stunned animals.”
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Senior Iranian Cleric: If U.S Attacks, Israel and Allies Would Be Targeted
Ahmad Khatami tells worshippers attending Eid prayers that Trump's offer of talks with Iranian leaders was unacceptable
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A senior Iranian cleric warned Washington on Wednesday that if it attacked Iran, the United States and allied Israel would be targeted, as a war of words escalated after the re-imposition of the U.S. sanctions on Iran. 

Ahmad Khatami also told worshippers attending Eid prayers in Tehran that U.S. President Donald Trump's offer of talks with Iranian leaders was unacceptable, as the U.S. leader wanted Tehran to concede on its missile program and regional influence. 

"Americans say you should accept what we say in the talks. So this is not negotiation, but dictatorship. The Islamic Republic and the Iranian nation would stand up against dictatorship," Khatami was quoted as saying by Mizan news agency. 


"The price of a war with Iran is very high for America. They know if they harm this country and this state in the slightest way, the United States and its main ally in the region, the Zionist regime (of Israel) would be targeted," Khatami said. 

Khatami did not elaborate which forces would carry out such attacks, but Iran has said it could target Israeli cities with its missiles if it is threatened. Iran also has proxies in the region, including Lebanon's Hezbollah group. 

Iranian President Hassan Rohani said on Tuesday that the Islamic Republic's military prowess was what deterred Washington from attacking it, and vowed to boost Iran's military might. 

The Trump administration slapped sanctions back on Iran this month after withdrawing from the 2015 international nuclear deal with Iran, saying it was too soft on Tehran and would not stop it developing a nuclear bomb. 


Washington imposed new sanctions in August, targeting Iran's car industry, trade in gold and other precious metals, and purchases of U.S. dollars. Trump has said the United States will issue another round of tougher sanctions in November that will target Iran's oil sales and banking sector. 

Trump's national security adviser told Reuters on Wednesday that the U.S. president wanted maximum pressure on Iran. 

"There should not be any doubt that the United States wants this resolved peacefully, but we are fully prepared for any contingency that Iran creates," John Bolton said. 

Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has rejected Trump's offer of unconditional talks on a new nuclear deal, prompting Trump to tell Reuters in an interview on Monday: "If they want to meet, that's fine, and if they don't want to meet, I couldn't care less."
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What Young Jewish Labour Voters Think About Corbyn
Between Corbyn's anti-Semitism scandals and Brexit, young progressive British Jews are torn between their old political home and the divisive rhetoric of contemporary U.K. politics
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Many young U.K. Jews who support the Labour Party on social issues and are against Brexit say they feel like they no longer have a political home as the rift between British Jews and the party led by Jeremy Corbyn deepends.

“The news just felt like a punch in the face every time I turned my phone on,” says Amitai Landau-Pope, an Oxford University student and an active member of the Oxford University Jewish Society, about the recent strings of scandals plaguing the political party he once called home.  

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Despite being an avowed socialist and having campaigned for Labour’s Sadiq Khan in the London mayoral elections, he recently cancelled his Labour Party membership. Corbyn’s Labour, he feels, is no longer a party where he, as a left wing British Jew, can feel a part of.

The left-wing leader, a long-time critic of Israel and supporter of the Palestinian cause, stands accused of anti-Semitism, or at least of tolerating it. In the latest spat, tensions have been further strained after the Labour party adopted what critics say is a watered-down version of the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance’s definition of anti-Semitism, specifically excluding portions that related to the ways anti-Israel activism can be seen as anti-Semitic.

The controversy itself is less hurtful to Landau-Pope than the reaction to it: Jews who denounce anti-Semitism in the party are being accused of undermining Labour and acting on behalf of Israel or of the Conservative Party.

Only this week, the Jewish Labour Movement, a Jewish group affiliated with Labour, has accused party leaders of trying to “censor” material it had planned on presenting as part of a discussion on the ways in which party members had crossed the line between anti-Israel rhetoric and anti-Semitism.

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Young Jewish supporters of Labour seem to echo the sentiment. Liron Velleman, the Student and Youth Councillor for the Jewish Labour Movement, ran in municipal elections in May 2018 as a Labour councillor in the Hendon area of London, which is 20 percent Jewish. “Every time we went campaigning, we were told by at least one Jewish family that they used to be Labour voters, but can’t while Jeremy Corbyn is leader.”

For Emily Otvos, her Jewish and Labour identities are intrinsically entwined: She is the daughter of a Labour councillor in North London, has been part of the Jewish youth movement since the age of 10. “I view supporting Labour of almost equal importance to my identity as being Jewish, and I find that the current situation forcing me to choose between these two parts deeply troubling and unfair.” She is still a member of the Labour party, albeit uneasily.

Jake Keisner, entering Cambridge in September and a camp leader in the Reform Youth Movement RSY-Netzer, agrees, noting that the situation leaves young British Jews without any real political options. The bungled Brexit negotiations and Islamophobia within the Conservative Party, he says, make it impossible for him to switch sides, but the inhospitable climate of Labour is equally problematic: “I’m squeezed into the middle, or a non-existent place.”

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Others believe the controversy surrounding Corbyn has been blown out of proportion. Jacob Goodman, who studies at Leeds University, says that the decision by the three biggest Jewish newspapers in the U.K. to write a joint editorial branding Corbyn “an existential threat” to Jewish life in the country, was "an unbelievable overstatement. What that is saying is that if Corbyn gets into power they're going to start rounding up the Jews again.”

At the heart of the controversy regarding the definition of anti-Semitism is Labour’s choice to adopt a code that does not hold, for example, comparing Israeli policies to those of the Nazis, or calling the Israel a “racist endeavour” or claiming that Jews are more loyal to Israel than their home country, to be anti-Semitic.

Failure to adopt the full IHRA definition is, according to Velleman, a “clear red line” for most Jews, who have accepted the organization’s code as a working definition of anti-Semitism. Conversely, he says, Corbyn believes the clauses would have stifled debate on Israel.


According to Velleman, one of the most “offensive” aspects of Labour’s conduct is that the party has blown off criticism by British Jewry as an attempt to defend Israel, while failing to take action against those accused of anti-Semitism through the newly adopted code.

“This is something the Jewish community will not forgive him for. The point of adopting the definition is that you take action with it. So if we don’t see people who should be suspended having action taken against them under the premise of the [new] code, there’s no point in passing it in the first place.”

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Rather than trying to block criticism of Israel, Otvos contends, young British Jews from Labour are at the forefront when it comes to holding the Israeli government accountable for its actions. “We have led campaigns against illegal settlements, have used our power in Jewish youth movements to mobilize and release statements condemning what’s going on in Israel.”

Goodman, on the other hand, thinks Labour was right not to adopt the clauses linking anti-Israel criticism to anti-Semitism because they could create the feeling the party is stifling open debate: “The examples will make people resent Israelis and Jews, and think that there is a blockade on what you can say and what you can't say. It’s more of a cliche, but it’s better to have an open conversation.”

Brexit, minorities and the future

The increasingly tense political climate in the U.K. following the Brexit referendum has also put local Jews on edge. The 2016 referendum and its aftermath have polarized British society and since the vote, reported hate crimes have risen by 29 percent.

While Muslims have borne the brunt of racism in the U.K, for Landau-Pope, this atmosphere means that Jews should not only watch their own backs, but support other minorities as well: “While calling out anti-Semitism in the Labour party, we should look to our Muslim brothers and sisters and stand in support.”

An actor wearing a Boris Johnson mask is joined by Sinn Fein's Gerry Adams during a 'Borders Against Brexit' protest in the border town of Dundalk, Ireland, June 28, 2018. REUTERS/Clodagh Kilcoyne
An actor wearing a Boris Johnson mask is joined by Sinn Fein's Gerry Adams during a 'Borders Against Brexit' protest in the border town of Dundalk, Ireland, June 28, 2018\ CLODAGH KILCOYNE/ REUTERS
He also says the the tense political discourse around Brexit, which has seen politicians from both sides being accused of being “saboteurs”, will have a longstanding toxic effect on British politics. Recently Corbyn critics from within Labour were accused of “indulging in coups and smears” by one party lawmaker, who said: “If it were not for the serial saboteurs we would have won the last election.”

Keisner feels that his sense of belonging in the U.K. has been weakened in the aftermath of Brexit. In his view, those who support the Brexit are part of a movement that is aiming for an exclusionary, Anglo-centric Britain. It calls into question the meaning of what it means to be British, he says, a conversation from which all ethnic minorities will feel excluded, and at worst, targeted.

Overall, there is an overwhelming pessimism among young Labour-affiliated Jews. Whatever the outcome of Brexit, there will be huge discontent, to which many will find simple, populist solutions, says Velleman: “And that in history has never gone well for us.”

Keisner thinks the future of Britain looks bleak. He says it probably lies with anti-Semitism-tolerating socialists or conservative elitists “who play monkey to a crowd of racists” - a reference to Boris Johnson, the ex-Foreign Secretary, and a possible candidate for the next leader of the Conservative Party who has been accused of stoking racial tensions with allegedly Islamophobic statements.

Keisner muses wistfully of what might have been if Ed Miliband, the Jewish former Labour leader, would have won the general election of 2015 against David Cameron: “There wouldn’t be Brexit, there wouldn’t be Jeremy Corbyn, and we’d just have a lovely, socially-awkward, Jewish prime minister.”

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WATCH: Will charges of anti-Semitism hurt Corbyn and the Labour party?
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British analyst Mary Nugent, a congressional fellow with the American Political Science Association in Washington, D.C., and a doctoral candidate at Rutgers University, discusses whether the accusations of anti-Semitism against Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn will have an impact on the future of the party.
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Exclusive: Jeremy Corbyn attended a conference with Hamas military leader jailed for terror attacks which left 100 dead

Pictured: Jeremy Corbyn speaking at the conference in Doha, 2012
 Harry Yorke, political correspondent
19 AUGUST 2018 • 9:00PM
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Jeremy Corbyn attended a conference with a convicted Hamas military leader who was jailed in Israel for his role in orchestrating a string of terrorist attacks that killed more than 100 people, The Daily Telegraph can reveal.

The Labour leader hosted a panel discussion at a conference attended by a number of senior Hamas officials, including Husam Badran, who was given a 17-year sentence for his involvement in terrorist atrocities committed during the Second Intifada between 2001 and 2002.

He was joined at the conference by Khalid Mishaal, the former political leader of Hamas, who is on a UK sanction list, and Dr Abdul Aziz Umar, who received seven life sentences for aiding in the preparation...
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Britain's Labour Suspends Former MP for Slamming Jews 'And Their Blairite Plotters'
Jim Sheridan wrote he had lost respect for the Jewish community due to what they 'are doing to my party and the long suffering people of Britain'
Haaretz and Reuters Aug 18, 2018 5:17 PM
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The U.K. Labour Party suspended a former lawmaker who said he lost respect for the Jewish community "due to what they and their Blairite plotters are doing to my party and the long suffering people of Britain," the Guardian reported on Saturday.

“For almost all my adult life I have had the utmost respect and empathy for the Jewish community and their historic suffering,” Jim Sheridan wrote in a Facebook post. The 65-year-old served in Parliament for 14 years until losing his seat in 2015.

“No longer due to what they and their Blairite plotters are doing to my party and the long suffering people of Britain who need a radical Labour government.”

>> A radical split: How anti-Semitism and Islamophobia are dividing British politics | Analysis

“The Labour party takes all complaints of antisemitism extremely seriously and we are committed to challenging and campaigning against it in all its forms," a party spokesman told the Guardian.  

“All complaints about antisemitism are fully investigated in line with our rules and procedures and any appropriate disciplinary action is taken.”

Labour has been wrestling with accusations that it has been tolerant of anti-Semitism among some of its members, and in April leaders of Britain’s 270,000 Jews organized a protest accusing party leader Jeremy Corbyn of failing to address their concerns.
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UK: Leftist media blames “mean tweets, online comments” for London jihad attack
AUG 15, 2018 8:06 AM BY CHRISTINE DOUGLASS-WILLIAMS 63 COMMENTS
Even though counter-terror police took over the investigation after a car rammed into pedestrians and crashed into the “counter-terror security barrier ringing the Houses of Parliament,” still, UK authorities refused to state a motive for the attack. Even worse: “Elements of the mainstream left in Britain” suggested that the reason was “’reckoning’ for people being mean online”:

Sean O’Grady, Deputy Managing Editor of The Independent — the former newspaper now part-owned by Saudi interests — offered this assessment…..“The ‘debate’ about anti-Semitism, about the burqa and niqab, the hateful tone of so much that goes on in social media, the talk of traitors and treason, enemies of the people. If you want to see what racial or religious hatred looks like, you need not infiltrate some terror cell; just take a look at the comments left below the line on popular news websites, or surf around Twitter,” he opines.

O’Grady refuses to acknowledge that jihad attacks did not begin in the modern era. It has been a 1400-year battle to subjugate infidels under the hegemony of a legal system that is supremacist and extremely abusive to women, apostates and infidels. O’Grady, like many others, is out of touch with reality. Jihadists are indeed easily provoked, but these provocations are not what incite them to attack. The jihad imperative for conquest is. Jihadists are, in fact, further emboldened by the likes O’Grady and others who make excuses for them.

Comedian Luisa Omielan even blames politician Boris Johnson who has been in the media spotlight after joking about the burqa. Omielan tweeted:

Parliament crash is awful, this is why making fools and absolving mps like Boris Johnson is dangerous, they callous dismissive jovial remarks are dangerous and toxic. People have had enough.

Jihadists have been clear in documenting their motives, while Westerners such as O’Grady and Omielan facilitate the weakening of defenses against the global jihad.

New figures in the UK show “a sharp rise in terrorism investigations, with the number of live cases of suspected plots rising from more than 500 in March to 676 by the end of June.”

“Leftist Media: Apparent Terror Attack a ‘Reckoning’ for Mean Tweets and Online Comments,” by Jack Montgomery, Breitbart, August 14, 2018:

Elements of the mainstream left in Britain have responded to an apparent terror attack outside Parliament, in which several people were hurt and one woman hospitalised with “serious” injuries, by suggesting it was a “reckoning” for people being mean online.

Sean O’Grady, Deputy Managing Editor of The Independent — the former newspaper now part-owned by Saudi interests — offered this assessment in an article titled ‘If the Westminster car crash turns out to be a terrorist attack, this is what we should bear in mind’.

“The ‘debate’ about anti-Semitism, about the burqa and niqab, the hateful tone of so much that goes on in social media, the talk of traitors and treason, enemies of the people. If you want to see what racial or religious hatred looks like, you need not infiltrate some terror cell; just take a look at the comments left below the line on popular news websites, or surf around Twitter,” he opines — appearing to compare online critics of Corbyn’s Labour, Islamic face veils, and anti-Brexit campaigners to jihadist demagogues.

“Sooner or later there was going to be a reckoning, a tangible act in response to the goading and climate of fear we seem to have generated in our peaceful land,” he continues, apparently justifying an apparent terror attack as a natural reaction to people voicing their opinions on social media and online comments.

Parliament crash is awful, this is why making fools and absolving mps like Boris Johnson is dangerous, they callous dismissive jovial remarks are dangerous and toxic. People have had enough.

Luisa Omielan, a comedian who has appeared on the BBC’s ‘Live at the Apollo’ programme and featured in the left-wing Guardian on the same day as the August 14th car ramming, was even more explicit, tweeting semi-intelligibly: “Parliament crash is awful, this is why making fools and absolving [MPs] like Boris Johnson is dangerous, they callous dismissive jovial remarks [sic] are dangerous and toxic. People have had enough.”

Business Insider editor Adam Bienkov attempted to link Johnson — much in the news for recent comments criticising Islamic full-face veils — more indirectly, remarking: “Boris Johnson cancelled the pedestrianisation of Parliament Square ten years ago.”…..
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Four children stabbed in south London with one boy being ‘disembowelled’
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A boy is fighting for his life after he was allegedly disembowelled when he was stabbed on a south London housing estate. He was one of four children who were taken to hospitals in south London following the incident at Landor House, Camberwell yesterday. All the boys are aged between 15 and 16 years old and six attackers of the same age have been taken into custody. Police battle to save victims of Camberwell horror stabbing Play Video Loaded: 0% 0:00Progress: 0% PlayMute Current Time 0:00 / Duration Time 0:35 Fullscreen Police officers helped the stabbing victims before ambulance crews arrived on the scene of the quadruple stabbing (Picture: SWNS) 
Two of the victims after they were put onto stretchers on the housing estate in Camberwell, south London (Picture: SWNS) Giving an update on the conditions of the boys who were injured, police this morning said: ‘One remains critical, one is in a serious but stable condition and the remaining two did not suffer serious injuries.’ 
A teenager was heard crying ‘help, help’ before he was stabbed, according to witnesses. 

93-year-old woman badly beaten by muggers after refusing to hand over handbag 
Another witness said they saw one of the boys collapse and his intestines were falling onto the ground.

 Residents of the Elmington Estate in Camberwell told how they saw a group of boys running minutes before police arrived on the scene after being called shortly before 5.25pm on Thursday. Scotland Yard said six males were arrested and are being held in custody while four others, believed to be teenagers, were taken to south London hospitals. Four children were stabbed in Camberwell, south London, yesterday evening
 (Picture: SWNS) They are believed to have been part of a larger fight that took place on the estate (Picture: SWNS) 
Police at the scene of the stabbing in a housing estate in south London yesterday (Picture: PA) A witness described seeing one boy collapse with his intestines hanging out of his body 
(Picture: PA) Witnesses who saw the aftermath described at least one teenager who appeared to be seriously hurt. ‘That particular one, I hope he does live but by the looks of it and the way the ambulance had to struggle I would give it just an 8% (chance),’ said a 25-year-old woman, who did not want to be identified. It was very traumatising.’ Man and woman charged with mutilating three-year-old child's genitals The crime scene – littered with bloodied clothing, trainers and medical equipment – is just a short walk from Warham Street, where 23-year-old drill rapper Sidique Kamara, also known as Incognito, was stabbed to death on August 1. A witness to Thursday’s quadruple stabbing said he did not think any of those involved lived on the estate. ‘Ten minutes before the stabbing I saw a whole heap of youths run down that way,’ said the man, who asked not to be named, indicating towards the crime scene. Four boys were stabbed and six were taken into custody following they violent incident (Picture: PA) The stabbings are the latest in a long series of violent incident in London this year (Picture: PA) A teenager was heard crying ‘help, help’ before he was stabbed, according to witnesses (Picture: PA) ‘Then 10 minutes later I heard people shouting and bawling out the back there. When I looked round the back there, I saw the youth come running from the block. ‘He came to the corner and dropped. He was holding his belly and all of his intestines were falling on the ground.’ Family of missing student beg for help after car is found by marshland Another neighbour, who did not give her name, described seeing boys running on the grass opposite her flat shortly before the stabbing. ‘There were four or five black boys running. All of a sudden I could hear, ‘Help, help’,’ she said. I have walked up and as I did I have seen the police running. ‘One of the police officers got a first aid bag and I saw one of the boys lying on the floor.’ Police remain at the scene where investigations are continuing today (Picture: PA) Harriet Harman, MP for Camberwell and Peckham, said she was very concerned by the quadruple stabbing and is in contact with police and councillors. Witnesses described a large police presence minutes after the incident as officers and medics from the London Ambulance Service arrived on the scene. Man 'strangled woman to death during sex and hid body in his room for days' Superintendent Annmarie Cowley said: ‘This incident is in its very early stages and at present we cannot speculate on what the nature of it may be. ‘What we can say for certain is if there needed to be an example of the utter senselessness of knife crime, then this is it. ‘Four males are in hospital, and at this stage we cannot say how serious their injuries are. It is beyond comprehension.’ She added that legislation has been invoked to grant officers powers to deter further trouble overnight.


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I didn’t know PFLP leader was a terrorist, says Jeremy Corbyn
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Jeremy Corbyn told the BBC: “I don’t share platforms with terrorists”
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Jeremy Corbyn has denied knowing that a man he stood next to at a wreath-laying ceremony was a senior official from a terrorist group.

The Times revealed yesterday that the Labour leader shared a platform with Maher al-Taher, leader-in-exile of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) in 2014. A month later the group claimed responsibility for an axe attack at a Jerusalem synagogue in which four rabbis were killed.

Mr Corbyn told the BBC: “I was unaware of any of his background . . . I don’t share platforms with terrorists. I don’t believe in killing people.”

Len McCluskey, a key ally of the Labour leader, accused Jewish community leaders of “truculent hostility” over the party’s antisemitism crisis. The general secretary of…

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Corbyn shown at Holocaust-denier’s wedding
Corbyn’s latest controversy is connected to his attendance at the wedding of a Palestinian diplomat who was subsequently accused of Holocaust denial, according to a report in the Daily Mail.
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Controversial UK Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn attended the wedding in London in 2010 of senior Palestinian diplomat Husam Zomlot, who has since been accused of Holocaust denial, according to a report in the Daily Mail on Sunday.
The Daily Mail featured a photo of Corbyn, then a Labour backbencher, apparently proposing a toast in Zomlot’s honor at the wedding. Zomlot was then serving in the United Kingdom, and was later named the Palestinian ambassador to the United States.
In the same year, Corbyn also called Zomlot his “close friend” and thanked him for his contribution to an anti-Israeli group called the Palestine Solidarity Campaign.
According to the Mail on Sunday, in 2014, Zomlot told the BBC that Israel was “fabricating” stories about the Islamic State beheading of journalists “as if they are fabricating also the story of the Holocaust, that it happened in Europe.”
In another instance, Zomlot also said that Israel was established on the “skulls of our [Palestinian] nation,” and that it was carrying out an “ethnic cleansing campaign.”
It is unclear if Corbyn ever distanced himself from those remarks or from Zomlot.
Sunday’s report is the latest in a string of controversies surrounding Corbyn’s positions on Israel and Jews since he was elected party chief in 2015. In recent weeks, disturbing images of Corbyn and remarks made by him have come to light.
Last week, a photo showed him placing a wreath at the grave of a Palestinian terrorist who masterminded the massacre of Israeli athletes at the 1972 Munich Olympics.
A Labour spokesman did not go out of his way to distance Corbyn from the Palestinian diplomat on Sunday.
“Jeremy has been a longstanding supporter of Palestinian rights. He supports a two-state solution to the Israel-Palestine conflict, and a negotiated settlement that delivers peace and security for both peoples,” said the spokesman.
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 August 15, 2018

Has the Jewish leadership in the UK waited too long to recognize and push back against the Labour party’s Israel-focused anti-Semitism?

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Can @UKLabour explain why Jeremy Corbyn is giving the hand sign for The Muslim Brotherhood?
From London letter bombs to bullet-riddled bodies in Munich: GUY WALTERS revisits the bloody trail left by the Black September terrorists honoured by Jeremy Corbyn's wreath
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6056837/amp/GUY-WALTERS-revisits-bloody-trail-left-Munich-terrorists.html
By Guy Walters for the Daily Mail
21:21 13 Aug 2018, updated 04:14 14 Aug 2018
Group is most notorious for massacre of Israeli athletes at Munich Olympics 
Black September also sent a hundred or more letter bombs across the world 
Killed three and injured 60 at Athens airport with grenades and gunfire
Frankly, it's hard to think of a more shameful act for a British politician than to attend a commemoration for some of the worst terrorists the world has known. 
There is no other way to describe the vile terror organisation Black September.
The murderous actions in the early Seventies of this gang of Palestinian nationalists easily rivalled their terrorist brothers-in-arms from the same period, such as the Baader-Meinhof Gang — a hard-Left German terrorist organisation largely populated with middle-class Marxists — or, indeed, the Provisional IRA.
Named after a particularly brutal and devastating military campaign carried out by the Jordanians against the Palestine Liberation Organisation in September 1970, the group was formed by the Palestinians to strike back at Jordan. 
However, its remit soon expanded into global terrorism, to devastating effect.
Although the group is, of course, most notorious for its massacre of Israeli athletes at the 1972 Olympic Games in Munich, Black September was also responsible for scores of letter bombs, hostage takings, assassinations and murders that took place all over the world for two dark years from August 1971 to August 1973.


The Black September group is, of course, most notorious for its massacre of Israeli athletes at the 1972 Olympic Games in Munich. Pictured: the aftermath

One audacious operation was the hijacking of Sabena Flight 571 from Brussels to Lod in Israel in May 1972, which ended when Israeli elite commandos stormed the plane. Pictured: a female terrorist is detained after Israeli forces stormed a Sabena plane in 1972
If, as Mr Corbyn claims, he was in Tunisia in 2014 to remember 'everyone who died in every terrorist incident everywhere', then perhaps instead of mourning the likes of Black September terrorists, he should show more genuine sympathy for the victims of violence by composing letters of condolence to the families of the group's victims.

Perhaps the Labour leader would care to write to the families of Cleo Noel, the United States ambassador to Sudan, and his deputy, George Curtis Moore, who were among ten hostages taken by eight Black September gunmen when they stormed the Saudi embassy in Khartoum in March 1973.

The terrorists insisted the hostages' lives would be spared if members of Baader-Meinhof were released from prison, as well as Sirhan Sirhan, jailed for assassinating Robert F. Kennedy in June 1968.

President Richard Nixon refused to negotiate and, as a result, Black September took Noel and Moore, along with a Belgian, Guy Eid, down to the basement and shot them dead.

When the members of Black September surrendered and the siege was lifted, the task of identifying the diplomats' bodies fell to a female consular officer — who had never seen a dead body — and an American sergeant called Timothy Wells. A Vietnam veteran, Wells was still revolted by what he saw.

The bodies were riddled with so many bullets that the men were unidentifiable, and only their heights provided any clues of their identities.

For such disgusting murders, the terrorists got off remarkably lightly, with only six of them being prosecuted and then sentenced to jail terms in Egypt, despite the United States pressing hard for the death penalty. Three of the terrorists subsequently escaped.

Black September was clearly delighted by how well the action had gone. The operation gleaned even bigger headlines than a previous one, which ended in a brokered release deal after they had taken six Israelis hostage at the Israeli Embassy in Bangkok.

In fact, owing to a mixture of bad luck, poor planning and the effectiveness of intelligence organisations such as Israel's Mossad and the U.S. National Security Agency, many Black September operations were thankfully to end in failure. But it was not for want of trying.

One audacious operation was the hijacking of Sabena Flight 571 from Brussels to Lod (Tel Aviv) in Israel in May 1972, which ended when Israeli elite commandos stormed the plane, killing two of the four hijackers and rescuing all the passengers apart from one, who would later die of her injuries.

One of the commandos was also shot in the shoulder, but survived. His name was Benjamin Netanyahu — now, of course, the prime minister of Israel.


A Black September campaign carried out in late 1972 involved a hundred or more letter bombs were sent to Israeli targets all over the world, including the UK. Pictured: Vivian Prins' secretary crying after a letter bomb exploded in his face
One of the most potentially dangerous plots took place in New York shortly after the killings in Khartoum, in which a series of huge bombs were placed in rented cars in locations around the city associated with Israel, such as a branch of the Israel Discount Bank.

The bombs, which would have caused mayhem and, according to the FBI, hundreds of deaths, were timed to go off with the arrival in New York of the Israeli prime minister, Golda Meir.

Thankfully, there was an error in the bombs' circuitry, and they never exploded.

The culprit, Khalid Duhham Al-Jawary, managed to escape, although he was later captured and sentenced to a U.S. prison for 30 years in 1993. 

He, in fact, served only 16. Al-Jawary is said to have been a key participant in a Black September campaign carried out in late 1972, during which a hundred or more letter bombs were sent to Israeli targets all over the world, including the UK.

Many of the bombs were sent from Amsterdam, and some were to have devastating effects.

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On the morning of September 19, the agricultural attache at the Israeli Embassy in London, Dr Ami Shachori, opened a package which he thought contained seeds from Holland that he could plant when he got back home.

Instead, it contained a bomb, which blew up his desk and sent a splinter of wood straight through his heart, killing him.

That month, at least 16 further bombs were intercepted by Scotland Yard. Any of them could have exploded at any stage on their journeys, potentially killing British Post Office staff.

In Israel, Malaysia and New York, postal workers were injured by Black September's bombs, although mercifully, none died. Despite the risk to those not a target, the group continued with the campaign. In November, more bombs were sent to London.

One exploded in the face of Vivian Prins, Jewish managing director of a diamond trading company in the City. 

When colleagues rushed up to his office after hearing the explosion, they found their 54-year-old boss gasping for help with burns and cuts on his face, head, thigh and stomach. Mr Prins was lucky — he survived.

As the letter bombs came shortly after the Munich Olympics atrocity, the gang succeeded in becoming one of the foremost terrorist organisations in the world. 

However, after some foiled hijackings, the group badly needed another 'spectacular' like Munich.

Their chance came in Athens in the summer of 1973. It was at the city's airport in the mid-afternoon of August 5 that Muhammad Jehud and Husain Tallat carried out a massacre that shocked the world.


It was at Athen¿s airport in the mid-afternoon of August 5 that Muhammad Jehud and Husain Tallat carried out a massacre that shocked the world, killing three and injuring 60. Pictured: One of the terrorists under arrest

After a few hours in Athen's airport, the terrorists surrendered. They had killed two Americans and an Austrian, and injured nearly 60

A TWA ground employee called Dimitra Michapoulou saw the two terrorists start the killings. 'A man about 30 walked up to a table nearby to have his hand luggage checked,' she recalled. 'He suddenly pulled out a grenade and threw it to the ground.'

Many Britons were to witness what happened next because they were travelling from Athens to Luton with Thomson Holidays.

'There was blood and screaming all around,' said Fred Smith. 'We crawled under a table and crept on our hands and knees outside.'

Violet Richardson from Essex was lucky. 'Shrapnel tore through my sleeve,' she said, 'and blood from injured victims spattered over me. It is a wonder we are alive.'

One couple, Barry and Susan Newton from Speen in Buckinghamshire, were having a drink when the attack started. 'Minutes later, two terrorists came through with guns and told us to lay on the floor,' Mr Newton said.

'They were shouting in Arabic telling people to speak in Arabic and not English.'

The Newtons stayed on the floor for hours until the killing ended.

After a few hours, the terrorists surrendered. They had killed two Americans and an Austrian, and injured nearly 60.

Mr Corbyn may wish to write to the relatives of those murdered, Elbert Kersing of New Jersey, Jeanne Salandri from New York, and Wolfgang Ullhofen from Vienna, whose wife was able to identify his body only from one shoe.

In the aftermath, Black September petered out, partly because of the tortuous politics within the Palestinian nationalist community, but also because of the successful Israeli campaign of assassinating terrorists in revenge for Munich.

Until Mr Corbyn commemorates all the victims of Black September — rather than only its members — then it is all too easy to see where his sympathies lie.

If he wants to begin to make amends, he could do a lot worse than to lay some flowers at the memorial plaque to Ami Shachori, who died at the Israeli Embassy in London. It would be a start.
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Corbyn’s 2015 Campaign was Partly Financed by Pro-Hamas Donors
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Corbyn’s campaign for the Labour leadership was partly funded by two supporters of Palestinian terrorists.

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Jeremy Corbyn’s 2015 campaign to become leader of the United Kingdom’s Labour Party was partly funded by Dr. Ibrahim Hamami of London, who is alleged to be aligned with Hamas, the genocidal anti-Semitic terrorist organization, and by retired Professor Ted Honderich, who stated in 2011 that Palestinians had a “moral right” to engage in terrorism, the Campaign Against Antisemitism (CAA) has revealed Monday.

CAA reviewed Electoral Commission documents and found that Hamami gave £2,000, while Honderich gave £5,000. Corbyn had three main individual donors to his campaign, of which Hamami and Honderich were two.

According to an investigation by The Telegraph in 2015, Hamami is founder and director of the pro-Hamas Palestinian Affairs Centre and has been a columnist for the official Hamas newspaper, The Filastin.

According to the Daily Mail, Hamami praised violence against Israelis on his Facebook page, describing the attacks as acts of “dignity, freedom and honor”.

Honderich wrote in The Guardian in 2011 that “Palestinians have a moral right to their terrorism within historic Palestine against neo-Zionism”.

Corbyn reported the donation from Hamami as being from a “Dr Ibrahim Hamam,” but Hamami confirmed to The Telegraph that he was the donor.

The donation was given under strange circumstances, the CAA points out. Hamami’s donation was reportedly part of a £10,000 donation raised at a fundraising dinner by Friends of Al Aqsa, whose founder told a cheering crowd in 2009 during a war between Israel and Hamas that “Hamas is not a terrorist organization. The reason that they hate Hamas is because they refuse to be subjugated to be occupied by the Israeli state and we salute Hamas for standing up to Israel.”

£8,000 of the £10,000 raised at the dinner was not declared because Corbyn claimed that the donations had been made out to the wrong person.

Support from a Listed Terrorist Organization
According to Electoral Commission returns, previous donations to Corbyn included a donation of £2,821 from Interpal, a British charity which was listed as a terrorist organization by the US due to its ties to Hamas, and a donation of £1,300 from the Palestinian Return Centre, which has in the past faced accusations of being “Hamas’ organizational branch in Europe”.

“In light of Mr. Corbyn’s decision in 2014 to lay a wreath at the graves of the Black September terrorists who brutalized and slaughtered Israeli athletes at the 1972 Munich Olympics, his donation history is all the more concerning,” the CAA stated.

It was referring to an investigation by the Daily Mail published over the weekend that it found evidence suggesting that Corbyn laid a wreath and participated in a prayer at the graves of the Black September terrorists responsible for the massacre of Israeli athletes at the 1972 Munich Olympics.

Having previously written about his attendance at the 2014 wreath-laying event, Corbyn claimed to have been at the graves of different Palestinian terrorists, but the Daily Mail uncovered photographs of Corbyn and sent a journalist to the cemetery, who discovered that he had been standing by a plaque at the graves of the Black September members.


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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and British Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn exchanged barbs on Twitter Saturday after it was reported that Corbyn attended a memorial honoring terrorists behind the massacre of Israeli athletes in the 1972 Munich Olympics during a visit to Tunisia in 2014.

"The laying of a wreath by Jeremy Corbyn on the graves of the terrorist who perpetrated the Munich massacre and his comparison of Israel to the Nazis deserves unequivocal condemnation from everyone – left, right and everything in between," Netanyahu tweeted.

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On Friday, the British newspaper Daily Mail published photos of Corbyn holding a wreath in a Tunisian cemetery, saying it was near the graves of the Black September terrorists, who killed 11 Israeli athletes.

Corbyn responded to Netanyahu, saying his claims were "false."

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"What deserves unequivocal condemnation is the killing of over 160 Palestinian protesters in Gaza by Israeli forces since March, including dozens of children," Corbyn tweeted, adding that "The nation state law sponsored by Netanyahu's government discriminates against Israel's Palestinian minority. I stand with the tens of thousands of Arab and Jewish citizens of Israel demonstrating for equal rights at the weekend in Tel Aviv."

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In May, Corbyn denied allegation that he had attended a commemoration for Black September terrorists in Tunisia, insisting he was at the cemetery where some of them are buried for a commemoration for 47 people who died in an Israeli air strike on a Tunisian PLO base in 1985.


However, Daily Mail reporters who visited the cemetery found the plaque for the 47 bombing casualties was situated approximately 15 yards away from the where Corbyn was photographed holding the wreath.

Corbyn has since admitted a wreath was laid for “some of those who were killed in Paris in 1992,” adding that he was present at the time but did not think he was "actually involved in it."

According to the British daily The Guardian, Corbyn said he attended the memorial because he wished to see everyone "who has died in every terrorist incident everywhere" honored. "We have to end it," he said, "You cannot pursue peace by a cycle of violence; the only way you can pursue peace [is] by a cycle of dialogue.”

Corbyn has been at the center of a long-raging storm over alleged anti-Semitism in his party, with Britain's three leading Jewish newspapers recently issuing a joint warning of an "existential threat" to Jewish life in the United Kingdom if a Corbyn-led Labour wins the next parliamentary election. 


The warning came after Labour refused to accept the full definition of anti-Semitism as formulated by the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance and which has been accepted by a wide range of organizations, political parties and government agencies in Britain and other countries.
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