Insights from the UK Labour Anti-Semitism Debate

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: Over the past two and a half years a major debate has developed about anti-Semitism in the British Labour party. Jeremy Corbyn, the party leader, is a supporter of murderous and even genocidal terrorists and is a supporter of Holocaust deniers and distorters. He is furthermore an anti-Israel inciter and part-time anti-Semite. Many insights can be gleaned from the Labour anti-Semitism debate, and several are crucially important to the UK and the Western world at large.

Over the past two and a half years a major debate has developed about anti-Semitism in the British Labour party. Jeremy Corbyn, the party’s leader since September 2015, is a supporter of murderous and even genocidal terrorists, some of whom he has called his “friends” and “brothers.” He is a supporter of Holocaust deniers and distorters. Corbyn is also an anti-Israel inciter and part-time anti-Semite. Many insights can be gleaned from the lengthy debate about anti-Semitism in Labour. While they are important to the UK and the Western world at large, they have been largely ignored in the media and elsewhere in the public domain. The following is a listing of important issues that can be learned from the debate so far.

via Insights from the UK Labour Anti-Semitism Debate

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