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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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25 Years After Oslo
Ziva Dahl, The Jerusalem Post, Sept. 6, 2018
September 13, 2018 marks the 25th anniversary of the first of two Oslo Accords, which the late Charles Krauthammer referred to as “one of the great miscalculations in diplomatic history.”
Prime minister Yitzhak Rabin and Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat signed the initial 1993 accord on the White House lawn. A second accord followed in 1995. In exchange for Arafat’s signed pledge to renounce terrorism and other violence, remove the Palestine Liberation Organization’s Covenant statement denying Israel’s right to exist, and to work toward a two-state settlement, Israel would withdraw from areas with dense Palestinian population and allow a Palestinian Authority to govern 95% of its population.
Oslo represented an act of appeasement by the Jewish state. Sick of war and hungry for peace, Israeli leaders deluded themselves into believing that PLO chairman Arafat had accepted Israel’s existence.
Israel fell for a grand deception. The Palestinians never changed their covenant, continued their terrorist activities, established a kleptocracy and, at Camp David in 2000, rejected a magnanimous Israeli two-state peace plan – an act that President Clinton called a “colossal mistake.” Arafat began a war of terror that killed more than 1,100 Israelis (78% civilians) and wounded 8,000. In 2008, Arafat’s successor, Mahmoud Abbas, refused an offer that was even more generous.
More than a decade after Oslo, Israelis gradually concluded that you can’t make peace with an enemy determined to replace you with a 22nd Arab state. They realized that Oslo was part of the PLO’s “phased plan” to establish political control over territory Israel gave them and use that base to continue the “armed struggle” until it had “liberated” all of Israel from the Jews.
Oslo exacted a painful price, effectively allowing the PLO to transform Judea, Samaria and Gaza into terrorist hotbeds. The PLO achieved international credibility. They created a propaganda machine to defame and delegitimize Israel, added “occupied Palestine” to the world’s lexicon and won the support of the Left. The PLO radicalized the Palestinians and Israel’s Arab minority, openly glorifying brutality and terrorism with religious zeal.
Palestinian culture views Israeli compromises, peace offers and “painful concessions” as signs of weakness and vulnerability. Oslo made a bad situation worse, strengthening the Palestinians’ resolve to vanquish the Jewish state.
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