Israeli Labor Party Suspends Ties With Corbyn, Claims He Sanctions Anti-Semitism

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He added: "The UK government must support the UN Secretary-General's call for an independent global inquiry into the killing of protesters in Gaza and review the sale of arms that could be used in violation of worldwide law".

Israel's Labour party has cut ties with Jeremy Corbyn as they blasted him for being "hostile" to the Jewish community. "We remember fondly the warm relations that Prime Ministers Wilson, Blair, and Brown had with Israel's Labour Party, the State of Israel, and the Jewish community in the UK, along with the ongoing visits and friendship with many Labour Party UK MPs and Labour Israel MKs".

Avi Gabbay, chairman of Israel's Labor Party, sent a letter to Jeremy Corbyn, leader of the UK's Labour Party, announcing a suspension of ties between the Israeli Labor Party and Corbyn's office amid allegations Corbyn allowed for antisemitism in his party.

In April 2016, Labour parliamentarian Naseem "Naz" Shah was suspended after a United Kingdom political blog unearthed a Facebook post in which she compared Israel to Nazi Germany and suggested that Jews were "rallying" defense of Israel.

He says there will be a "temporary suspension of all formal relations" between the two parties, saying they can not continue "while you fail to adequately address the anti-Semitism in the Labour Party".

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Corbyn posted a statement to be read out at a demonstration supporting the Palestinians in Gaza, saying "the killing and wounding of yet more unarmed Palestinian protesters yesterday by Israeli forces in Gaza is an outrage". Corbyn called Hezbollah and Hamas his friends in 2009 and said it was an honor to host representatives from those terrorist groups in parliament. "Firing live ammunition into crowds of unarmed civilians is illegal and inhumane and can not be tolerated".

Britain's Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn speaking after he retained his parliamentary seat in Islington north London, June 9, 2017.

Labour MP John Woodcock tweeted that it was "irresponsible and dangerous" and "deliberately baiting the mainstream Jewish community days after they pleaded with him to tackle antisemitism".

"Jewdas" the group organizing the Passover event describes itself as providing a "radical voice for the alternative diaspora" and is well-known for its outspoken views on the Jewish State.

It is not the first time anti-Semitism accusations have been levelled at Labour. "Clearly this proves that the Jewish Labour Movement's work is more important than ever, and we're not going anywhere". "We all need to do better".

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