Tuesday, September 29, 2015

The British rulers created the tragedy in Palestine

Nasir Khan,  September 29, 2015

By saying this, does Michal Biran mean Corbyn will not be a tool in the hands of the Zionists of Israel and he will not defend the crimes of Israel against the people of Palestine? If Corbyn does so, then, of course, he will be on the side of humanity and justice. That should worry the war criminals in Israel, no doubt.

However, the fact remains these criminals have many powerful countries and powerful people who are on their side, to give them their unconditional support for whatever they do or have done in Palestine and with the Palestinians.

Let us repeat here once again that the British colonial power that created the tragedy in Palestine, first, by acceding to the demands of the Zionists by issuing the Balfour Declration (1917) and then, in 1948, abdicating all their responsibilities as a ‘mandatory power’ they had towards the Arab population of Palestine when the Zionist terrorists created the colonial-settler state of Israel.

The British rulers, both the Conservatives and the Labourites, have been the defenders and staunch allies of Israel. The Arab people of Palestine were left at the mercy of the Zionists. The world knows what they have been busy doing with them since then.

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Jeremy Corbyn Will Be A ‘Disaster’ For Israel, Warns MP From Israeli Labor Party Michael Biran



Posted: 29/09/2015 10:40 BST Updated: 29/09/2015 10:59 BST





MICHAL BIRAN
Jeremy Corbyn will be a “disaster” for Israel unless he changes his views on the Middle East, a member of the Israeli parliament warned last night.
Michal Biran, part of Israel’s Labor Party, urged activists at a fringe meeting at the UK Labour Party’s conference to try and change Mr Corbyn’s stance and rhetoric on the Middle East.

Throughout Mr Corbyn’s leadership election campaign the Islington North MP was forced to clarify why he had attended events run by holocaust deniers and why he had described anti-Israeli terrorist groups Hamas and Hezbollah as “friends”.

There has been no suggestion that Mr Corbyn himself is anti-Semitic, but his association with such people has seen concerns raised of his sense of judgement.

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