Jeremy Corbyn combines accusations of anti-Semitism and anti-Zionism. His friendship with the terrorist organization Hamas is notorious whereas this islamist organisation has committed several suicide bombings against israeli civilians, calls in its Constitution to armed jihad against the Jews and validates the theses of the Protocols of the Sages of Zion. His proximity with Hezbollah’s ideology is also well known. There are many photographs showing Jeremy Corbyn with protesters carrying the flag of the Shia terrorist organization.
The message [is] that if you’re convicted of a serious crime in Sweden, it could complicate your deportation – if you hate Jews and commit a hate crime with anti-Semitic motives, it may be to your advantage if you are at risk of deportation to Israel/Palestine.
Sweden’s court decision to overturn the expulsion of a Palestinian convicted of firebombing a local Synagogue has provoked a fierce reaction from Israel and pro-Jewish groups that called it a legitimization of anti-Semitism.
The Court of Appeals for Western Sweden has overruled another court’s decision concerning a deportation of a Palestinian man, who was earlier convicted of staging an arson attack on a synagogue in the city of Gothenburg. The man was sentenced to two years and prison and expulsion over what was classified as a hate crime, the Swedish media reported.
German authorities are investigating reports that neo-Nazis attacked a Jewish restaurant in Chemnitz last month as far-right protests erupted in the city, according to Die Welt am Sonntag.
The newspaper reported that a group of around a dozen masked individuals stormed the kosher eatery Schalom on August 27, shouting “Get out of Germany you Jewish pig.”
Worth keeping an eye on, leftists were caught pretending to give the Nazi salute during the Chemnitz protests and earlier reports of an “anti-foreigner” pogrom have also proven to be false.
In late July, we at B’nai Brith Canada, the voice of the grassroots Jewish community in this country, noticed something deeply disturbing.
The Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW), which is entrusted with the mandatory union dues of more than 50,000 hard-working Canadian men and women, had aligned itself with the Palestinian Postal Service Workers Union (PPSWU), which openly supports terrorism and the elimination of the State of Israel on its social media.
…Harpreet Singh — the former head of mathematics at Sandye Place Academy, a secondary school in Bedfordshire — was first suspended and ultimately dismissed from his position after a number of his social media posts on Jews, Zionism, and Israel were uncovered in June 2017.
“Every sane human is anti semitic,” Singh claimed in one post. “Because you bastards have made Zionism synonymous with the mistreatment of Palestinians. Billions are anti semitic and proud of it.”
“Israel should be wiped of [sic] the planet,” he continued. “Dogs! The chosen race?!?!?!! What an insult to God!”
The Labour Party’s ruling body, the National Executive Committee, has agreed to adopt the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance’s definition of anti-Semitism in full, with all of its examples.
The definition was designed to provide a common definition for use by law enforcement across Europe.
In England and Wales, it’s just one of a range of guidelines used by police forces (as well as other public bodies) to help them decide whether to treat an incident as anti-Semitic. Those tools include anti-racism legislation.
Anti-Semitism has been on the rise in the UK, according to incidents recorded by charity the Community Security Trust (CST), which works with the community and with police forces.
Users of Snapchat’s Snap Map feature saw New York renamed ‘Jewtropolis’, in an apparent act of online vandalism. The apparent hack triggered cries of anti-Semitism, but also top-quality jokes from New York’s Jews.
This is the moment police intervened at a Parliamentary meeting hosted by Jeremy Corbyn where Israel was described as ‘evil’ and a Jewish woman said she was called a ‘piece of sh**’.
The unrest began when a British Jewish member of the audience complained that she had not been allowed to challenge the speakers’ anti-Israel views. ‘You’re trying to shut everybody else up, in the house of commons that we fought for,’ she said.
Corbyn refused to accept her questions and tried to close the meeting. Then it descended into chaos. On the video, one woman cries: ‘The Holocaust issue, Jeremy. Why? Why do you do this? Why?’ She then adds ironically, ‘I like Jeremy Corbyn.’
The Economic Freedom Fighters, South Africa’s very own far-left political party which was started by expelled former African National Congress (ANC) Youth League President Julius Malema has reacted to the commotion surrounding US President Donald Trump’s tweet with regards to the expropriation of white-owned farms.
I hope they’re right.
Jeremy Corbyn has been praised by the ex-leader of the BNP and a former grand wizard of the Ku Klux Klan after a video emerged in which he claimed that British Zionists “don’t understand English irony”.
Nick Griffin and David Duke rallied behind the Labour leader on Friday morning amid a backlash over the remarks, which were made during a speech in 2013.
Last night, our friends from the Israel Advocacy Movement tried to enter an event called “Corbyn, Antisemitism and Justice For Palestine’ in central London.” You won’t believe what happened next.
Just kidding, you will.
Commissioned by the Friends of Simon Wiesenthal Center (FSWC) and conducted by Nanos Research, the random poll of 1,000 Canadians revealed that 78 per cent of those surveyed believe it’s important to perpetuate the memory of the Holocaust. The poll’s authors said this figure represents a “comfortable majority” of Canadians.
He backed a group that called ‘to eradicate Zionism’; he’s likened Israeli policy to the Nazis’; his party can’t accept the world definition of anti-Semitism because he breaches it
Corbyn faces fresh pressure over ‘takeaway dinner’ with Hamas chief as poll shows a QUARTER of voters believe Labour leader is anti-Semitic