Friday, 17 August 2018

Corbyn and his ties to anti-British, anti-Israel, terrorism.

MI5 opened a file on Corbyn and his connections with the IRA.
Is it a coincidence that expressions used by Corbyn as an apologist for Palestinian terrorists were used by him as an apologist for IRA terror bombings?
Following the bombing of a Brighton hotel which killed 5, including a Conservative MP, the far left London Labour Briefing, in which Corbyn was the general secretary of the editorial board, issued a lead article reaffirming its support for "and solidarity with the Irish Republic movement."
This is akin to his political passion to fly to Tunis to show equal solidarity with the "martyrs" and current cadre of the higher echelon of Palestinian terrorism.
The person standing to the right of Corbyn at the wreath-laying ceremony honoring dead PLO terrorists in Tunis was Maher al-Tahir, the exiled leader of the PLFP Palestinian terror organization that, one month later, entered a Jerusalem synagogue with hatchets and hacked to death three rabbis, including Rabbi Avraham Shmuel Goldberg from Liverpool.

When asked to condemn IRA killings, Corbyn obliquely answered, "I condemn what was done by the British army al as the other sides."
He also said he was campaigning for peace.
When asked why he attended an event that glorified the death of important Palestinian terrorists in Tunis, Corbyn again obliquely answered, ""I remembered those that had died in an attack on Tunis by the Israeli air force which was condemned by the whole world."
When pressed, he said he was there, "to try and promote peace in the Middle East".
There does seem to be a chronic pattern in Corbyn's disinformation and deception attempts as a propaganda agent for various lethal terror groups.
How is it possible that this man remains as the leader of the Opposition in Britain and, potentially, their next Prime Minister?
Barry Shaw is the Senior Associate for Public Diplomacy at the Israel Institute for Strategic Studies. He is the author of 'Fighting Hamas, BDS, and Anti-Semitism.'

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