A trend of forgiveable Antisemitism
Let’s forget about Wiley a moment, as I write this article the “hopeful” criminal case against him hasn’t been heard .
A few years ago Naz Shah was rightly exposed for her own antisemitism and hatred towards Israel, a close ally of Jeremy Corbyn. In July 2018, Shah was appointed Shadow Minister of State for Women and Equalities and was re-elected as the MP for Bradford West at the 2019 general election with a majority of 27,019. With that, she will still be remembered by a large majority of Jews for a record of hatred engraved on news bulletins for antisemitism on social media. Quickly apologizing, Shah is immediately forgiven by the Jewish Labour movement headed then by Jeremy Newmark & Co. Instead the undemocratic consensus of not asking all organisations dealing with antisemitism issues in Great Britain, including ours was ignored. This was a Labour party in house decision and a few others who decided to forgive her. Literally trusting this decision after we know what happened to the Labour party in the way that they monitor their own anti-Semitism was pathetic.
Hilariously, Naz Shah then later asked for a definition of Islamophobia to be adopted .
On 31 Aug 2017 she retweeted a post telling Rotherham sex Labour MP to resign after tweeting “victims of grooming gangs should be quiet”.
This was sparked when it emerged the Bradford West MP had shared a post on Facebook which suggested Israel should be relocated in the US along with the comment “problem solved”- Shah said she would tweet Barack Obama and David Cameron with the suggestion and said it would “save them some pocket money” by moving Israel!
Then Naz Shah on a twitter post came to light in which Ms Shah urged supporters of the Palestinian cause to vote in an…