UK Labour Party leader makes absurd comment about Israel on Iranian TV

by Leah Rosenberg

Jeremy Corbyn, leader of the UK Labour party, is absolutely insane. He claims that the BBC reporting on Israel is tainted by pressure from the Israeli government. Have you ever heard the reporting of the BBC on Israel? They have such a clear anti-Israel bias, it is laughable that Corbyn thinks otherwise. It means that his perspective of “pro-Israel” is just respecting Israel to exist. That sounds like a joke? Well listen to what he actually says.

Corbyn on Israel

Corbyn is the gift that keeps on giving. One expose after another have been hitting the headlines showing his clear anti-Israel and anti-semitic sentiments. What a sad state of affairs for British Jewry, and for Britain. To us, it is quite clear from history. Every country that turns against its Jews ends up suffering. The history books are clear. The whole UK will be in very big trouble if the Labour party comes to power under his leadership, not just the Jews.

The latest is a 2011 interview with Iran’s PressTV. Corbyn expresses that the Israeli government pressures the BBC to say that “Israel is a democracy”, “Israel has a right to exist” and that “Israel has security concerns.”  Those are all undeniable facts. Yet, according to a potential future leader of the UK, they are lies, only uttered by the BBC because of outside pressure by the Israeli government.

If this does not expose the deep anti-Israel position of UK Labour party leader Jeremy Corbyn, I don’t know what else is needed.

Maybe these quotes from his chief of communications and strategy also give away his total animosity towards Israel.


The blogger, called the Golem, found this 2011 Press TV video, and posted it on his Twitter account.

He then tweeted that Corbyn’s statements in the interview may actually be against Labour’s own code of conduct on anti-Semitism. “The (Labour) Party is clear that the Jewish people have the same right to self-determination as any other people. To deny that right is to treat the Jewish people unequally and is therefore a form of antisemitism.” His statement on Press TV clearly shows that he believes Israel does NOT have a right to exist.

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