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EXCLUSIVE: Corbyn met with group of Hamas extremists in PARLIAMENT who called for attacks on the Royal Navy, boycotted Holocaust Memorial Day and praised suicide bombers – as it emerges he secretly visited terror group in Ramallah
- Jeremy Corbyn welcomed a group of Islamic extremists to Parliament six months before becoming Labour leader
- These included: Daud Abdullah, who called for attacks on the Royal Navy and boycotted Holocaust Memorial Day;
- Azzam Tamimi, who said he wanted to blow himself up in a suicide attack;
- Zaher al-Birawi, who is close to the Hamas leadership;
- Mohammed Swalha, who represented Hamas in a visit to Russia last year
- In a separate new picture, Corbyn is seen with Abdel Bari Atwan, who said he would ‘dance with delight’ in Trafalgar Square if Iran attacked Israel
- It comes as it was revealed that Corbyn went on a secret visit to Hamas extremists in Ramallah without declaring it to Parliament
By Jake Wallis Simons Associate Global Editor, 21 August 2018
Jeremy Corbyn welcomed a group of notorious Islamic extremists to Parliament, including one who led a boycott of Holocaust Memorial Day and called for attacks on the Royal Navy, MailOnline can reveal.
The meeting, which took place in the House of Lords just six months before Corbyn became Labour leader, included at least four of Britain’s most influential extremists.
It comes as it emerged that Corbyn went with spin doctor Seamus Milne on a secret visit to Hamas extremists in Ramallah in 2010, failing to declare the trip in violation of parliamentary rules.
A picture from the 2015 event in Parliament shows Corbyn flanked by Daud Abdullah, who signed a letter saying that the Royal Navy should be attacked if it tried to help prevent weapons from being smuggled to terror groups in Gaza.
Also visible is Azzam Tamimi, who said he wanted to blow himself up in a suicide attack. ‘Sacrificing myself for Palestine is a noble cause,’ he told the BBC. ‘It is the straight way to pleasing my God and I would do it if I had the opportunity.’
Zaher al-Birawi, who is close to the Hamas leadership and has posed for pictures with terror chief Ismail Haniyeh, can be seen just two spaces away from Corbyn, along with Mohammed Swalha, who represented Hamas in a visit to Russia last year.
Jeremy Corbyn pictured at a meeting of Hamas extremists in March 2015, six months before he became Labour leader
Jeremy Corbyn, centre, speaks at the event with pro-Palestinian writer Karl Sabbagh on his left and Zaher al-Birawi, who been pictured with Hamas terror chief Ismail Haniyeh, next to him
eremy Corbyn, left, poses with Abdel Bari Atwan, centre, who said he would ‘dance with delight’ in Trafalgar Square if Iran attacked Israel, and Azzam Tamimi, right, who said he wanted to blow himself up in a suicide attack
Extremists listen to Corbyn’s speech. Azzam Tamimi, left, said he wanted to blow himself up in a suicide attack; Mohammed Swalha, who represented Hamas in a visit to Russia last year, second left; Jenny Tonge, who was suspended from the Lib Dems for anti-Semitism, third left; Daud Abdullah, who called for attacks on the Royal Navy and boycotted Holocaust Memorial Day, fifth left
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