Will British authorities pursue Frid Milani as aggressively as they pursue those who criticize jihad violence, which is a genuine threat? We shall see — it’s anybody’s guess in the Islamic state of Britain. Consider the fact that Jews have not attacked or threatened anybody, or boasted of any imminent conquest. Corbyn and other leftist politicians, however, can’t stop speaking negatively about them. Muslims, on the other hand, have mounted jihad attacks, threatened many, and boasted repeatedly of their coming conquest. And Corbyn and his friends can’t do enough to appease them.
“Labour facing fresh anti-Semitism row as report is set to lay bare the scale of hate crimes against Jewish people for the first time,” by Glen Owen and Martin Beckford, The Mail on Sunday, October 14, 2018 (thanks to Inexion):
Bitter divisions over anti-Semitism in the Labour Party will be reopened by Ministers this week with official figures expected to show a rise in hate crimes against Jewish people.
In what Jeremy Corbyn’s supporters will perceive as a deliberate attempt to stoke rows within his party over the ‘racist’ behaviour of his supporters, the Government is planning to release stand-alone figures for anti-Semitic offences for the first time.
The move – part of a new drive to crack down on soaring hate crime – follows a summer in which a future Labour government was said to pose an ‘existential threat’ to British Jews, while Mr Corbyn himself was branded a ‘racist and anti-Semite’ by one of his own MPs.
Jewish safety group the Community Security Trust recorded 727 anti-Semitic incidents in the first half of 2018, including 34 that made specific reference to Labour.
However, the figures to be published this week are expected to provide more detail on the scale of the problem. The Mail on Sunday can also reveal that a Corbyn supporter is facing arrest after failing to appear in court to answer allegations that he branded a senior Labour figure a ‘Jewish pig’ and a ‘bloodsucker’.
Frid Milani, 69, is accused of telling Lord Levy, a key ally of former Labour Prime Minister Tony Blair, to ‘p*** off to Israel’ in an email on March 28.
The message allegedly read: ‘I see that you dare to criticise the Labour leader. Who the hell are you to comment on Jeremy Corbyn?
‘You are just another Jewish pig, bloodsucker living on taxpayers’ money. What are you doing in this country anyway?
‘Why don’t you p*** off to Israel? We don’t need Jewish bastards like you in this country.’
Mr Milani, who lives in Wembley, North-West London, was charged with sending a grossly offensive message, but failed to attend Westminster magistrates’ court last Wednesday.
Kerry Broome, prosecuting, said inquiries were being made at the defendant’s address, adding: ‘Police officers have attended. The blinds are shut, the property is locked, and there is no sign of any movement. Either Mr Milani is out or not willing to come to court. We cannot say which.’…
Last night, Lord Levy, who raised more than £100 million for Labour during the Blair years and was Mr Blair’s personal envoy to the Middle East, said he was unable to comment for legal reasons.
Earlier this year, he criticised Labour for failing to combat anti-semitism within its ranks.
‘There has to be a zero-tolerance policy. Enough words,’ Lord Levy said. ‘They are just not taking this seriously.’
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