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Infected The British Labour Party With His Vile Anti-Semitism in under 4 Years
Britain’s Labour party has always had a proud history of fighting discrimination and upholding the rights of ethnic minorities. This came to a screeching halt under the 2015 election of Jeremy Corbyn to Party Leader. Not coincidentally, during the period of 2015 through 2018, incidents of antisemitism in the UK rose by 74%.
Corbyn is well known for his anti-Israel views and is a supporter of Palestinian terrorists and terror organizations. As a backbench MP he was known as a radical who backed hard-left policies and voted against his own party more than 500 times. He associated with leading members of Sinn Féin, the political arm of the Provisional IRA, and backed its call for a united Ireland. He was a consistent opponent of the Middle East policies supported by successive U.S. and Israeli governments, often citing both as imperial entities.
In 2012, Corbyn expressed solidarity with an artist who had used anti-Semitic tropes in a London mural that was going to be torn down. The Labour Party issued a statement of rebuttal declaring the mural was offensive, and used anti-Semitic imagery.
In August 2018, the Daily Mailaccused Corbyn of having laid a wreath at the graves of the Palestinian terrorists while in Tunisia in 2014. Corbyn acknowledged he participated in a wreath-laying ceremony at a Tunisian cemetery in 2014, but says he was commemorating the victims of a 1985 Israeli airstrike on the headquarters of the PLO, who were living in exile in Tunis at the time.
The Daily Mail hit back and published photos showing Corbyn holding a wreath not far from the graves of four Palestinians believed to be involved with the 1972 Munich massacre, in which members of the Black September terrorist organization killed 11 Israeli athletes and a German police officer at the Munich Olympics.
A shocking poll carried out by the Jewish Chronicle newspaper in the summer of 2018 found that more than 85 percent of British Jews believe Corbyn is an anti-Semite, and a similar number believe the level of anti-Semitism in the Labour Party is “high” or “very high.”