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The letter commends Corbyn for “his unflinching support for the Palestinian people”.
UK Labour leader calls supporting Palestinians "a vital commitment".
"The next Labour government will recognise Palestine as a state as one step towards a genuine two-state solution to the Israel-Palestine conflict," Corbyn wrote on Twitter during a visit to Jordan.
Prosor says he knows perfect place for Israel-hating, terrorist-coddling Corbyn: the UN
By HERB KEINON
Jewish community groups lambaste Corbyn for attempted intervention, which was defeated by UK Labour Party’s governing body.
By JEREMY SHARON
Germany’s chancellor Angela Merkel and her Foreign Minister Heiko Maas have remained silent about Corbyn’s 2014 visit to Tunisia to commemorate the Black September Palestinian terrorists.
By BENJAMIN WEINTHAL
The newly-released footage showed Corbyn stating that the food provided by Hamas was "very nice of them and quite a nice gesture."
By TAMAR BEERI
Former chief rabbi sees Labour leader as existential threat to Jewish community.
"Britain fought the Second World War to banish these views from our politics."
Sacks labeled Corbyn “an antisemite” who has backed “racists, terrorists and dealers of hate,” in an interview with the New Statesman, comments which made headlines throughout the UK press.
Sacks said Corbyn’s speech had been divisive and hateful, and undermined the existence of an entire group of British citizens by depicting them as essentially alien.
Footage from 2013 shows British Labor Party leader Jeremy Corbyn implying that Zionists were unable to understand British ways of thinking despite growing up in the country.
The incident is the latest of a string of revelations detailing Corbyn’s antipathy for the Jewish state and highlights the widening gap between the British left and the country’s Jewish community.
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