Journalists at The Times have identified the man photographed standing side by side with Jeremy Corbyn at the infamous wreath-laying in Tunisia as Maher al-Taher, the leader of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP), a terrorist organisation which had been banned across the European Union two years before the ceremony.
The PFLP has been responsible for numerous terrorist attacks targeting Jews. For example, one month after the ceremony in which Mr Corbyn and Mr al-Taher stood side by side, it sent terrorists into a Jerusalem synagogue where they murdered four Rabbis and a Druze police officer. Rabbi Avraham Shmuel Goldberg, 50, Rabbi Moshe Twersky, 59, Rabbi Kalman Levine, 50, and Rabbi Aryeh Kupinsky, 40, were all hacked to death with axes by two PFLP terrorists whilst they prayed. The defenceless men’s corpses were found hacked and bloodied on the floor of their synagogue, some of them covering their faces with their prayer shawls to avoid watching the slaughter of their friends. All of the men lived on the same street in a tight-knit community and Rabbi Goldberg was a British citizen. The PFLP terrorists also murdered Druze police officer Zidan Saif, 30, who rushed to the scene and put himself in harm’s way to stop the PFLP terrorists’ attack.
Jeremy Corbyn has a long track record of honouring and associating with terrorists. No responsible politician would have been seen anywhere near the head of a bloodthirsty antisemitic terrorist organisation, but Mr Corbyn is not a responsible politician. He is an antisemite, under whose leadership the Labour Party has become institutionally antisemitic and an existential threat to British Jews.