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Sep 26, 2018 • 10 tweets • 3 min read
My position has never been anti-Labour. I am a proud Brit, who waves the flag and whose hard working parents and grandparents came from places such as Woolwich and Newcastle. For most of my life I’ve battled antisemitism found in politically disenfranchised ideologies.
My personal experience left me in no doubt of the moral imperative behind #Zionism. Like most Jewish families, more branches are missing from the family tree than those that remain. Not just from the #Holocaust but from the relentless persecution that preceded it.
Apr 7, 2018 • 5 tweets • 1 min read
THREAD - The term 'pro-Palestinian' is probably the most misused term in the English Language. Hating Israel does not make you 'pro-Palestinian'. More importantly neither does supporting extremist groups that use Palestinian children as human shields.
Standing in solidarity with those who seek conflict rather than peace, want to kill Jews, fly the swastika and commit acts of horrific terrorism is not being 'pro-Palestinian'. Nor does being 'pro-Palestinian' mean you align with those who teach their children to hate.
Mar 19, 2018 • 4 tweets • 5 min read
'I did not have internet relations with that woman' - How many times can you 'accidentally' bump into someone online? Because @jeremycorbyn claims he was added to #antisemitic group #Palestine Live by someone he didn't know.
So he comments on her personal timeline - sometimes tagged, often not. The leader of @uklabour thanking her, or using her space to thank others. Sometimes it is just a comment about some poetry she uploads.