British Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn is in hot water again.
On September 10, 2016, the Labour Friends of Israel revealed that Jeremy Corbyn once again showed his hatred towards Jews and the Zionist entity by refusing to visit holy Yad Vashem in occupied Jerusalem.
Corbyn was invited by Israel’s Zionist Union leader MK Isaac Herzog, to visit Yad Vashem (watch a video below) in April this year after Labour Party suspended former London Mayor Ken Livingstone over calling Adolf Hitler being a Zionist who helped the World Zionist movement to establish Israel in the Holy Land. Corbyn declined the invitation saying his schedule was full and that he would send either Israel-First Thomas Anthony Watson, the deputy party leader, or Iain McNicol ( afriend of anti-Corbyn Zionist funder Michael Foster) , the party general secretary, in November 2016 to pass the ‘political test’ by the Organized Jewry.
Isaac Herzog, 54, former chief rabbi of Ireland, is known as “the most boring Jewish politician”. He is son of Maj. Gen. Chaim Herzog, who later became the sixth president of the Zionist entity. His grandfather was the first chief rabbi of the Zionist entity. In February 2016, Isaac Herzog in an interview with German newspaper Spiegel Online said that Israeli Jews are fed-up with Netanyahu’s “politics of fear”. If elected as next prime minister, he would “reignite” the peace process and would negotiate with Palestinian Authority (under Mahmoud Abbas).
The British Organized Jewry is obsessed with Corbyn. In June it accused Corbyn of comparing Israel with the Islamic state.
If that was not enough – Corbyn’s 9/11 message on Twitter was interpreted as insult to the victims of 9/11 by the anti-Corbyn mafia.
“My thoughts are with those whose lives were shattered on 9/11/2001 – and in the wars and terror unleashed across the globe in its aftermath,” said Corbyn.
This is not the first time Corbyn has irked the Zionist crowd. Last year he was accused of having friends like Paul Eisen, a British Jewish writer and human-rights activist, who accused Israel of exploiting Holocaust for political interests.
Jamie Stern-Weiner, a UK-Israel dual citizen and political analyst has claimed that Corbyn and Labour party don’t have ‘anti-Semitism problem’, but his opponents have. He says that anti-Corbyn propaganda is meant to bring a regime-change in the party, and install a pro-Israel leadership as existed under Tony Blair and Ed Miliband.