A new video has emerged of Jeremy Corbyn, this time explaining how to understand the motivations of genocidal antisemitic suicide bombers.
In a 38-second video unearthed by investigative journalist, Iggy Ostanin, Mr Corbyn is heard saying that he met with a group of young Palestinians in Nablus who all knew somebody that had been “involved” with suicide bombing. He said that: “None of them agreed with it. But every one of them – they knew why they did it. They said: ‘Put yourself in our place. A life of hopelessness, a life under occuptaion, a life of demoralisation and bitterness. That is where it leads to.’”
Mr Corbyn was referring to genocidal antisemitic suicide bombers from terrorist organisations like Hamas and Palestinian Islamic Jihad, which seek the massacre of all Jews and sent suicide bombers to slaughter any Jews they could find.
According to the Jerusalem Post, these comments were made during a debate held by the Cambridge Union Society on 29th October 2009 entitled: “This house believes that Israel demands too much and gives too little in the peace process”. Mr Corbyn, together with three others, spoke in favour of the proposition.
Over the course of years, Mr Corbyn has supported genocidal antisemitic terrorist organisations, for example by laying a wreath at the grave of terrorists from Black September, calling Hamas terrorists his “friends” (and in one case a “brother”), and even blaming the “hand of Israel” when jihadi terrorists committed atrocities. Mr Corbyn is an antisemite under whose leadership the once fiercely anti-racist Labour Party has become institutionally antisemitic.
The revelation comes on the same day that Campaign Against Antisemitism honorary patron Ian Austin became the eleventh MP in the past six months to quit the Labour Party over its institutional antisemitism.
Campaign Against Antisemitism has referred the Labour Party to the Equality and Human Rights Commission, which is now due to decide whether to open a full statutory investigation into antisemitic discrimination and victimisation within the Party.