Hamas seemed to endorse Jeremy Corbyn as the next British Prime Minister in a shock on-line tweet. If things were not going bad enough for Corbyn with the anti-Semitism storm Labour is engulfed by and laying a wreath at the grave of a suspected terrorist supposedly to support a “Peace Process” which involved hostages and yes Palestinian terrorists.
Jeremy Corbyn was once just a backbench MP for the Labour Party and probably didn’t ever expect to become the Leader and thought he could meet who he wanted to. He has met with many shady figures associated with Irish republicanism and even gone on marches with them, and it now seems he has been rather friendly with terrorists.
The so-called “Hamas Movement” which is proscribed as a terrorist organisation in the UK under the Terrorism Act since 2001, but unfortunately is not proscribed in it’s entirety like it is in the USA as a Foreign Terrorist Organization.
Would you not call this an endorsement from Hamas for Corbyn? They claim to:
“Salute Jeremy Corbyn’s supportive positions to the Palestinians, but the issue of him as a prime minister is an internal British issue and we respect the choice of the British people.” If this is not a shining example of support for Jeremy Corbyn then I don’t know what is.
The Prime Minister of Israel even took to Twitter to condemn Corbyn for laying the wreath at the grave of the suspected terrorist:
“The laying of a wreath by Jeremy Corbyn on the graves of the terrorist who perpetrated the Munich massacre and his comparison of Israel to the Nazis deserves unequivocal condemnation from everyone – left, right and everything in between.”
It is clear that Jeremy Corbyn has associated himself with suspected terrorists and terrorist states for long enough. So, is it any wonder a terrorist organisation like Hamas has come out in support of Corbyn? He has brought this on himself and should be exposed for it and the Labour Party should think about suspending him from the party and having a leadership election.
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