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Jeremy Corbyn and Antisemitism in the Labour Party
by Stephen Vishnick
If Jeremy Corbyn is genuine in respect of his latest apology and acceptance of the antisemitism issue within the Labour Party why is he unable to accept and action immediately the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance definition of antisemitism?
In turn it appears the party in general is still not willing to accept it has a problem, which now further manifests itself as it is turning on its latest messenger and critic Tom Watson it’s Deputy Leader.
I understand Jeremy Corbyn recently stated a desire to visit the Jewish Museum in London to make a statement.
He has had no problem to date using many other forums in sounding off in his apparent hatred of Israel and Zionism, sharing platforms with known terrorists which has morphed into antisemitsm.
Therefore he should not be allowed to use this or any other Jewish establishment as a whitewashing PR exercise to make any additional remarks or ongoing excuses that would no doubt accompany his habitual false apologies.
Enough is enough U.K. Jewry and all right thinking people must not let Mr Corbyn continue to get away with less than veiled antisemitic views that have been allowed to deeply pervade the Labour Party.
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An Ancient Village That Never Existed
From Israel HaYom, Naomi Kahn, June 12, 2019
A joint project of the Palestinian Authority and the European Union is taking over a strategic area in the center of Gush Etzion, creating a "historic" village out of thin air.
The Palestinian Authority, aided by the European Union, is taking control of a strategic area in the heart of the Gush Etzion bloc, between Highway 60 and Neveh Daniel. Over the past two years, the P.A. has created, out of thin air, a “historic” village – that just so happens to be located on a strategic point adjacent to the Jerusalem-Hebron highway. The name given to this new “ancient” village: Shoshkhalah.
Yishai Hemo, Judea and Samaria field coordinator for NGO Regavim, describes the methodology: “Over the course of the past two years, activists from the Arab town of Al Khader, backed by P.A. and European Union funding, occupied the ruins of two ancient shomerot (watchman’s huts) – primitive stone structures used by passing shepherds or farmers as shelter from the elements – that dot the landscape in the Jerusalem and Sataf areas. They renovated these abandoned structures and turned them into homes – and from that point, in very short order, totally new structures have been added in the surrounding area.”
The signs posted on the refurbished buildings, proudly bearing the European Union emblem, explain that the site is an ancient village – Shoshkhalah – despite the fact that aerial photos paint a completely different picture.
In the past two years, more than 15 homes have been built in this “village,” each connected to solar power infrastructure and water tanks paid for by the Europeans.
Analysis of aerial photos from 1967, as well as historic maps dating back to 1880, prove that there was never any settlement of any kind at the site.
“This is another phase in the PA-European Union program to seize control over strategic areas,” says Hemo.
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