Jeremy Corbyn is no longer shock material for anti-Semitic idiocy and fringe extremist pandering.
If the leader of the English Labour Party already disappointed the broader conservative and Jewish communities with his distasteful anti-Jewish rhetoric, then some new reports from this week are really tarnishing any possible positive relationship between the Labour and the English pro-Jewish communities.
In an extremely candid series of photos Corbyn can be seen in Tunis at an event for a Palestinian conference to commemorate the Black September Palestinian terrorist group, a faction of Palestinian terrorists that kidnapped 11 Israeli-Jewish Olympians and murdered them in cold blood. This startling series of events transpired nearly five decades ago during the 1972 Munich Olympics, yet Corbyn can be seen harnessing a wreath to lay for the dead perpetrators of the attack just a few days ago.
Here's Jeremy Corbyn, laying a wreath at an event honouring members of Black September, a terrorist group that murdered 11 Israeli athletes in Munich. pic.twitter.com/GE7KS2KRRC
— Jimmy Rushmore (@JimmySecUK) August 10, 2018
Alternatively, this picture posted by Evening Standard, at the very same event, demonstrates Corbyn closing his eyes and turning his palms to the air in Islamic prayer. Not that there’s anything wrong with chanting any type of prayer, but when you pray for the wellbeing of dead and radicalized murderers, then something seems a bit sketchy, no matter which way you twist it.
These photos are certainly disturbing– alarming even. Even more devious, Corbyn’s spokespeople claimed that Corbyn condemned the 1972 massacre, but was at the event to commemorate the bombing of the 1985 Palestinian Liberation Organization headquarters. As if that was some type of consolation prize or compromise…
EXCLUSIVE – In 2013 @JeremyCorbyn spoke at an event hosted by the Palestinian Return Centre in which he made a direct comparison between Israel’s occupation of the West Bank and the Nazi occupation of Europe during WW2. Watch until the end… pic.twitter.com/POMfsX5APq
— The Golem (@TheGolem_) August 10, 2018
In an exclusive story by Twitter handle @TheGolem_, Corbyn is documented in a 2013 live video recording comparing Israeli occupation of the West Bank to Nazi occupied Europe during WWII.
If this has not convinced you of Corbyn’s pandering, then you will surely get a kick out of this one. Maajid Nawaz, the famous Islamic moderate for conservative voices, accused Corbyn of Muslim Brotherhood support, as he is pictured making their signature “Rabaa” hand sign.
Conveniently, Nawaz’s Tweet also features the side-by-side pictures of both Corbyn making the “Rabaa” hand sign and the photo of Corbyn praying at the terrorist’s grave site, fuelling the speculation that the Labour Party leader is warm with a party of individuals who refuse to accept Western culture, values and and Jews in Israel.
1) Leader of Her Majesty’s Opposition @jeremycorbyn of @UKLabour making the Islamist Muslim Brotherhood “Rabaa” sign, symbolising support for Morsi’s fallen Muslim Brotherhood government in Egypt 2) Corbyn’s Islamic supplication at the grave of a Palestinian terrorist. Hmm.. 🤔 pic.twitter.com/ihu7lB5UHr
— Maajid – (Mājid) [maːʤɪd] ماجد (@MaajidNawaz) August 14, 2018
While Israel maintains no significant role in local British politics, Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu was swift to condemn Corbyn’s vile behaviour, as you can evidently see in the tweet below.
The laying of a wreath by Jeremy Corbyn on the graves of the terrorist who perpetrated the Munich massacre and his comparison of Israel to the Nazis deserves unequivocal condemnation from everyone – left, right and everything in between
— Benjamin Netanyahu (@netanyahu) August 13, 2018
Corbyn continues to run amok and make a clown out of himself. Let’s hope that the Labour leader can change soon, preferably towards the moderate side of politics.