George Galloway expresses support for intifada

By JPOST.COM STAFF
October 4, 2015 14:27

 
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George Galloway, a vehemently anti-Israel former British politician, announced his support for a third intifada, saying "Whenever it comes I will support it with every breath God gives me."

In the tweet posted on Galloway's Twitter account on Sunday, he wrote that "a new intifada may have begun in Palestine. Or won't be long delayed."


The controversial figure has been vocal about his dislike for Israel and "Zionists," though fiercely denies he is anti-Semitic.

Galloway used to be the Respect Party MP for Bradford West but lost his seat in parliament following the UK's national elections in May.

In his concession speech, Galloway emphasized that this is not the end of his political career, adding that "The venal and the vile, the racists and the Zionists will all be celebrating."

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