Labour’s anti-Semitism & endorsement of terror

For a while now the Labour party in Britain has been fighting off accusations of anti-Semitism (of which there is plenty of evidence to back them up.) Their leader Jeremy Corbyn has inflamed the accusations even further with revelations that he participated in a ceremony where he honoured the murderous terrorists who kidnapped, tortured and MURDERED Israeli athletes. His presence and participation can only be seen as an explicit endorsement of terrorism no matter how he tries to spin it.

Jacinda Ardern & Jeremy Corbyn

Only a few months ago our very own Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern had a cosy chat with him and when she was asked by Mike Hosking if she thought that Jeremy Corbyn was anti-Semitic she replied that she certainly hoped that he was not.

Labour MP Duncan Webb (above with PM Ardern)

The New Zealand Labour party, just this week has been challenged on its?tacit endorsement of terrorism against Israeli?Jews in an article by the Israel Institute of New Zealand. Quote.

Israel Institute of New Zealand director, Dr David Cumin, is calling on the Government to distance itself from a decision by Labour MP, Dr Duncan Webb, to host a meeting featuring Unite Union National Director Mike Treen in which Mr Treen will be speaking on his recent participation in the so-called ?international freedom flotilla? against Israel.

Dr Cumin has called the event ?an explicit endorsement of terrorism? and says that Mr Treens participation in the flotilla, and subsequent description of it, are both dishonest and in flagrant violation of the sovereignty of a State with which New Zealand has traditionally enjoyed warm diplomatic relations.[…]

Dr Cumin notes that the Israeli blockade is entirely legal, noting that?the BSA has ruled it is irresponsible for NZ media to refer?to it as ?illegal? and citing the UN Palmer Report which considers the blockade ?a legitimate security measure in order to prevent weapons from entering Gaza by sea?.

Dr Cumin also noted the cynical nature of the flotilla and suggested that kiwis would be disgusted to know that it carried virtually no ?aid? for Palestinians.

?This group, like the last, has admitted that their cargo is not nearly as important as the publicity ? in fact?Richard Sudan of Iran?s Press TV UK?is even quoted as saying ?There is also some medical aid on board, although the amount of medical aid is merely a gesture. We?re talking just a few boxes.?

?Meanwhile?Israel sends thousands of truckloads of aid to Gaza each weekwhile Hamas and other militant groups?continue to indiscriminately send flaming kites, mortars, and missiles over the border. If Treen and others truly cared about delivering aid, they could easily do so via Israel?.

-Dr David Cumin

If Dr Webb insists on endorsing Mr Treen and the ?flotilla? in a similar way to Marama Davidson?s involvement in the stunt two years ago, then Labour will similarly be endorsing terrorism and turning their backs on international law.End quote.

I don’t know what it is about Labour parties and hostility towards Jewish people and Israel but the same week that the Labour party in New Zealand is being called out for endorsing terrorism against Israeli Jews a Muslim Labour MP in Australia blocked a respected Jewish leader from attending a Labor party multicultural launch in New South Wales!

Two nights ago Muslim MP Shaoquett Moselmane refused entry to Jewish Board of Deputies CEO Vic Alhadeff at the launch of the Labor Union Multicultural Action Committee. He told him that he was not a Labor party member and therefore could not enter the room. According to The Australian Quote:

Mr Alhadeff had had an invitation to the Sussex Street event by Labor General secretary Kaila Murnain and Unions NSW chief Mark Morey.

But his invitation only came after Mr Alhadeff had questioned why Mr Moselmane had not invited him in the first place.

?While I appreciated the goodwill in receiving an invitation from Kaila Murnain and Mark Morey, it is unfortunate that Mr Moselmane would defy his party leadership and deny entry to a leader of the Jewish community,? Mr Alhadeff said.

?Given that the invitation which Mr Moselmane sent to others specifically said he hoped this new organisation would become a conduit between the multicultural community and Labor and the union movement, it made no sense to exclude the CEO of the NSW Jewish Board of Deputies when we represent the Jewish community and are an active component of multicultural NSW.?

Labor deputy upper house leader Walt Secord condemned Mr Moselmane.

?Vic Alhadeff had an official personal invitation from the NSW Labor General Secretary and was welcome to attend,?? Mr Secord said.

?It was stupid, malicious and vindictive to refuse him entry into a multicultural event.

?The actions do not reflect the views of NSW Labor.?[…]

Mr Moselmane sparked outrage in 2013 when he gave a speech in parliament comparing resistance to the Israeli occupation of southern Lebanon with that against Nazi Germany. End quote.