Tuesday, 3 May 2016

How israel lobby manufactured Labour Party’s anti-Semitism crisis

As the Labor party’s scandal of suspension continues, the Telegraph reported that the party has secretly suspended 50 of its members for criticizing the apartheid “Israeli” entity.
Jeremy Corbyn Head of Labor Party
Senior sources revealed to the British daily that Labor’s compliance unit has been swamped by the influx of hard-left supporters following Jeremy Corbyn’s election.
The suspensions that have been made public so far are said to be just the tip of the iceberg.

On Monday night Corbyn appeared to acknowledge there was a problem for the first time, while insisting it was “not huge”. He told the Daily Mirror:
“What there is a very small number of people that have said things that they should not have done. We have therefore said they will be suspended and investigated.”
The suspension came after Zionist groups growing pressure on the Labor leader ahead of the local elections on Thursday, in which his party is forecast to lose more than 100 seats.
Senior figures are now so concerned about the row that they are openly discussing the possibility of an attempted coup following the EU referendum.
On Monday it emerged that the party suspended three councilors within seven hours over a series of allegedly so-called “anti-semitic” posts on Twitter and Facebook.
A senior source within the party told The Daily Telegraph that the problem went much further and the compliance unit has actually suspended 50 members in the past two months.
They include up to 20 members within the past two weeks alone, with the unit struggling to cope because it does not have necessary resources.
Only 13 Labor members have been publicly named since October after being suspended. The source said:
“There are just six people in the compliance unit with one more joining after the EU referendum and frankly, it’s nowhere near enough.
“They can’t cope with the number of new members that have joined since Jeremy became leader, they need more resources.”
According to the daily,
“Corbyn is facing one of the most dangerous periods of his leadership after he was last week forced to suspend Naz Shah, a Labour MP, and Ken Livingstone, the former Mayor of London, over alleged anti-semitic comments.”
Ilyas Aziz, a Nottingham councilor, was suspended when it emerged that he said on Facebook that
“it would be wiser to create “Israel” in America it’s big enough. They could relocate even now [sic]”.
Salim Mulla, a former mayor of Blackburn, was suspended a few hours later when it was found that he had posted the same graphic proposing “Israel’s” relocation to the United States.
Shah Hussain, of Burnley council, tweeted to “Israeli” footballer Yossi Bennayouyn that “you and your country doing the same thing that hitler did to ur race in ww2 [sic]”.

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