More troubles for UK’s Labour opposition leader, Jeremy Corbyn.
Joan Ryan, chairwoman of the Labour Friends of Israel, has demanded that Abdel Bari Atwan should not be allowed to speak at an event in British parliament because he wanted to dance in London street over possible destruction of the Zionist entity.
Abdel Bari Atwan is due to moderate an event at British Parliament sponsored by Labour friends of Palestine and the Middle East next week.
Atwan has been chased by the UK’s Organized Jewry since 2007 over his 2007 interview with Lebanese Al-Manar TV. While discussing Iran’s nuclear capability, Atwan reportedly said: If Iranian missiles strike Israel, by Allah, I will go to Trafalgar Square and dance with delight.
One wonder why Joan Ryan and her Jewish backers are so pissed off over the statement of a British citizen who wields no power in Iran or even Gaza, while hailing Netanyahu and other Israeli psychopaths who have been threatening to nuke Iran for decades.
Ryan, MP for Enfield North, has also accused Atwan for claiming that the US Jewish Lobby was extremely dangerous and is endangering the whole planet, the whole world, and that it controlled the American Senate, Congress and media.
Ryan has asked LFPME chair MP Grahame Morris (Jewish) to withdraw the invitation to Atwan or to withdraw LFPME from hosting the meeting. Morris is a friend of MP Sir Gerald Kaufman, the Self-Hating Israel-Threatening (S.H.I.T.) Jew.
Gaza-born Atwan is editor-in-chief of London-based news site Rai al-Youm and was founder and editor-in-chief of al-Quds al-Arabi, an independent pan-Arab daily newspaper. He is also an author, and has lived in London since 1979.
A few years ago, Atwan in an interview with Al-Manar said that loss of Syrian chemical arsenal has made Israel a greater threat to the Arab world.
In November 2015, Atwan was interviewed by Amy Goodman (Jewish) of Democracy Now!. During the interview Atwan claimed that ISIS is the bastard child of the US-Saudi Arabian love affair.
Last month, Atwan moderated a panel at American University of Beirut (AUB) on Syrian refugees. Watch the discussion below.