'If Mr Corbyn is not to be regarded from the day of his election as an enemy of Britain's Jewish community, he has a number of questions which he must answer in full and immediately.The JC asked him earlier this week to respond. No response has been forthcoming.1. Did you donate, as alleged by its founder, to Deir Yassin Remembered (DYR), a group that publishes open antisemtism, run by Holocaust denier Paul Eisen — an organisation so extreme that even the Palestine Solidarity Campaign refuses to associate with it?2. Have you, as Mr Eisen claims, regularly attended DYR's annual conference?3. Why have you accepted an invitation to appear at a conference on August 22 alongside Carlos Latuff, the notorious anti-Semitic cartoonist?4. Why did you write to the Church of England authorities to defend Rev Stephen Sizer, a vicar banned from social media because of his habit of posting anti-Semitic conspiracy theories, telling them that Rev Sizer was "under attack" because he had "dared to speak out over Zionism"?5. Why do you associate with Hamas and Hezbollah and refer to them as your "friends"?6. Why have you failed to condemn the anti-Semitic posters and banners that dominate the annual Al-Quds Day rally, sponsored by the Stop The War Coalition, which you chair?7. Why did you describe Raead Salah, a man convicted of the blood libel, as an 'honoured citizen'?'
Thursday, 13 August 2015
The key questions Jeremy Corbyn must answer per The Jewish Chronicle
Stephen Pollard has pointed me to a must read article in the JC
The key questions and why Jeremy Corbyn should answer them are repeated here:
An unbiased national broadcaster would raise these questions and push Mr Corbyn for proper answers to them. Unfortunately the BBC is so institutionally anti Israel that it is, at best, blind to Mr Corbyn's questionable friends and attitudes towards Jews and Israel.