On Thursday, Jonathan Arkush, president of UK’s Jewish Lobby, the Board of Deputies of British Jews, accused Piers Corbyn of supporting Israel’s enemies, such as, Hamas and Hizbullah.
Louise Ellman, a Jewish Labour MP from Liverpool Riverside, was recently interviewed by Sky News, owned by Jewish billionaire Murdoch. During the interview she ranted Jewish problems with Jeremy Corbyn leadership. She accused her own party members of making antisemitic statements. She also accused Jeremy Corbyn for not taken action against these Jew-haters.
In response, Piers Corbyn dismissed Ellman’s allegations that Labour was not properly handing antisemitism as absurd on Twitter – adding that Zionists can’t cope with anyone supporting rights for Palestine.
Asked for a reaction to Piers’ statement by Jewish-owned The Sun, Jeremy Corbyn said: “No, my brother isn’t wrong. My brother has his point of view, I have mine and we actually fundamentally agree. We are a family that were brought up fighting racism from the day we were born. We’re opposed to any form of racism and we are investigating allegations of antisemitism, but I wouldn’t call it a crisis, we are a party are taking resolute action.”
The record shows that UK’s all four major parties have fired or suspended members accused of so-called ‘antisemitism’ by the Jewish groups. The latest victim of Jewish witch -hunt is Khadim Hussein, Bradford Muslim ex-Mayor, who was suspended last month by Labour party after being accused of posting anti-Israel and anti-Jew comments on his Facebook page.
In February 2016, Jeremy Corbyn’s son Tommy Corbyn, a student at Toronto’s York University was accused of attending the Israel Apartheid Week at the York University.