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Tuesday, November 7, 2017

Watch: Jeremy Corbyn meets with Hamas but boycotts Benjamin Netanyahu, then says Israel should make peace with Hamas which calls for killing of all Jews

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Jeremy Corbyn's hypocrisy and double standards have reached a new low.
Jeremy Corbyn met with representatives of Hamas and Hezbollah and even called them "friends".
Hamas and Hezbollah are Islamic terrorist organizations that call for the destruction of Israel and the killing of all Jews in order to establish "Islamic caliphate" just like ISIS.
Jeremy Corbyn refused to attend the Jewish state’s Balfour Declaration celebration in London, because it was attended by the prime minister of Israel.
If Jeremy Corbyn is so open to different opinions like the killing of all Jews (Hamas) and willing to meet with representatives of Islamic terror organizations then why did he boycott a meeting with Benjamin Netanyahu, at Balfour centenary dinner?
Maybe because Benjamin Netanyahu is the prime minister of a Jewish state, which is the only democratic state in the entire Middle East.
Maybe the idea that Jews are allowed to own a country is too much for Jeremy Corbin.
Hamas' calls to kill Jews did not prevent a meeting with Jeremy Corbin, but believing that Jews have the right to own a state (Zionism) is too much for him to handle.
Jeremy Corbyn has attended dozens if not hundreds of protests against Israel but not even one protest against the brutal Islamic persecution of Christians in Pakistan, Iran, Syria or Iraq.
He never protested against the radical Islamic terrorism that strikes the West.
He never took to the streets to protest against Islamic terror organizations such as ISIS, Al Qaeda, Hamas, Boko Haram, who call for the killing of all "infidels".
The only thing he is willing to protest against is Israel's right to exist as a Jewish state.
This is the whole idea of "Anti-Zionism" that Jeremy Corbin embraces in Britain, he denies the right of the Jews to own a state.
According to Jeremy it is okay for Iran to be the "Islamic Republic", but Israel can not be a Jewish state.
The far-left in Britain uses "anti-Zionism" to make it OK being an anti-Semitic.