Corbyn Unmasked: He Brought Flowers to Terrorists

(JNS) Fiamma Nirenstein - In September 1972, the Palestinian terror group Black September took 11 Israeli athletes participating in the Olympic Games in Munich hostage. Two athletes were tortured and killed on the spot; the other nine were later killed at the airport. The British press published a photo taken in Tunisia in 2014 which shows British Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn honoring the graves of the perpetrators with a wreath of flowers. It is just one of the many anti-Semitic and anti-Israeli expressions of the Socialist leader, who has called Hamas and Hizbullah his "brothers." Corbyn recently led the British Labour Party to reject the international definition of anti-Semitism (written by the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance), propelling Britain's Jewish newspapers, usually vigorous competitors, to unite in a call for a collective protest against the current Labour leader's "contempt for the Jews and Israel." The writer, former vice president of the Committee on Foreign Affairs in the Italian Chamber of Deputies, is a fellow at the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs.

2018-08-17 00:00:00

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