Posts Tagged ‘Corbyn’

 

The new Democratic Party

editor 11 October 2017

By Caroline Glick.. Since 2015, Britain has been one election away from having an antisemitic prime minister backed by antisemitic voters. If current trends in the Democratic Party continue, in the not-so-distant future, the United States might be in the same position.Two years ago, Jeremy Corbyn was elected leader of Britain’s main opposition Labor Party. That officially put an end to Tony Blair’s alignment of the Labor Party with the political center in Britain, both in economic and in foreign affairs. (more…)

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UK Labour Party: Haven for Racists?

editor 2 July 2016

By Robbie Travers.. It is hard to believe that the party once led by Prime Minister Tony Blair, who assisted President Bush in leading the war on terror and fighting expansionist Islamist movements, is now being fought over and led by a man who voted against banning Al Qaeda as a terrorist organization. The idea that a single totalitarian Caliphate would bring increased democracy and stability, let alone civil and political rights, to an increasingly factional, corrupt and unstable Middle East, appears more a childlike, logic-defying fantasy. (more…)

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Corbyn rejects Herzog invitation to visit Israel

editor 29 June 2016

By Gil Hoffman.. Labour leader promises zero tolerance for anti-Semitism. Jeremy Corbyn wrote his Israeli counterpart, Isaac Herzog, on Thursday (June 23, 2016), turning down his invitation to come to Israel. On April 30, Herzog wrote Corbyn a letter inviting him to Jerusalem, to visit the Yad Vashem Holocaust Museum and “better understand the scourge of anti-Semitism.” The invitation, Herzog said, was issued after incidents within Corbyn’s party that “sicken all those of moral conscience to the core” and “must act as a red alert and prompt immediate action.” (more…)

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Britain’s New Racism

editor 7 November 2015

By Douglas Murray.. The most predictable and worrying result of Jeremy Corbyn’s election was always the effect it was going to have on the growing anti-Semitism and anti-Israel activism in the UK. For someone such as Jeremy Corbyn, an elevation to a position of leadership is a vindication of those years in the wilderness, not an opportunity to find an ideological replacement. (more…)

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The problem with Jeremy Corbyn

editor 23 September 2015

By Sharyn Mittelmann.. Jeremy Corbyn [Photo top right], with his controversial history of calling terrorist groups Hamas and Hezbollah “friends”, and associating with known antisemites and Holocaust deniers, has become the leader of the British Labour party. Corbyn claims that his references to terrorists as “friends” was to promote peace and dialogue, yet many commentators have wondered whether he would call any Israeli Prime Minister his “friend”. (more…)

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