In a wide-ranging interview focusing mainly on his desire to overturn the British public’s vote for Brexit in 2016, the controversial 65-year-old told Sky News “Several of Labour’s Muslim politicians have been implicated in anti-Semitism scandals in recent years, such as Shadow Minister of State for Women and Equalities Naz Shah. Shah was briefly suspended from the party over posting anti-Semitic remarks such as “The Jews are rallying” on social media, although she was not disciplined for liking and retweeting a comment saying that “abused girls in Rotherham and elsewhere just need to shut their mouths for the good of diversity” at a later date.
Hard-left party leader Jeremy Corbyn, too, has come under fire for previous remarks that British-born “Zionists” struggle to understand “English irony”, and for allegedly participating in a Tunisian wreath-laying ceremony for the Black September terrorists who murdered Jewish athletes at the 1972 Summer Olympics in Munich. Blair seemed confident that there would be no issues with Labour and anti-Semitism if he was still in charge, asking: “Can you imagine that, when I was leader of the Labour Party, having a conversation with me about whether anti-Semitism is in the Labour Party or not?”
- for the alliance between Leftists and the political Left in Europe and the Americas to be exposed, disrupted and brought to an end.
- that the false ideologies of Socialism and Islam will be shown up for the destructive forces they are and rejected across the world.
Source: International Prayer Council