BLATANT ANTI-SEMITE: Corbyn Refuses SIX TIMES To Apologize To Jews In BBC Interview

Britain’s Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn

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Jeremy Corbyn refused to apologize to the British Jewish community during an interview with BBC’s Andrew Neil ahead of the December 12 general election.

The topic was brought up as the Chief Rabbi warned people against voting for the Labour Party and said that “the overwhelming majority of British Jews are gripped by anxiety”.

During sustained questioning on the damaging issue, which took up about a third of the interview, Corbyn sought to defend his record, claiming to have strengthened the party’s processes for rooting out antisemitism. But he would not issue an apology.

YWN has long been publishing articles about Corbyn and his hatred for Jews.

The video below from today;s BBC interview pretty much secures those accusations.

[SHOCKING: Jeremy Corbyn Met With Mastermind of Har Nof Shul Massacre Weeks Before Attack]

Antisemitsm UK notes Jeremy Corbyn has a long track record of honoring and associating with terrorists. No responsible politician would have been seen anywhere near the head of a bloodthirsty antisemitic terrorist organisation, but Mr Corbyn is not a responsible politician. He is an antisemite, under whose leadership the Labour Party has become institutionally antisemitic and an existential threat to British Jews.

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  1. Kol hakovod to the interviewer for pushing the issue in his face and not allowing Corbyn to get away with his vague demagoguing of “racism” in general but not acknowledging his own words which were blatantly anti-Semitic.

  2. Why does he need to apologize, He doesn’t like Jews. He has made that known. Even if he apologizes does that mean he suddenly like Jews? Can you change a zebra’s stripes?

  3. Sorry to break it To some of you chaps
    nobody Will conceivably claim Jeremy corbyn is some righteous fellow and neither are any of the other party leaders capitalistic
    but he’s hardly different than a classic labour leader prior to Tony Blair’s hostile capitalistic takeover

  4. Much of contemporary (not historic) anti-Semitism in Britain comes from immigrants from Muslim countries, and Corbyn needs to convince them to support Labor in spite of the fact that most of them are social (if not economic) conservatives who are likely to unhappy about Labor’s left wing social ideas. Corbyn hopes that hatred of Jews is enough to convince them to overlook someone committed to “cracking down” on an Islamic lifestyle.