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Three Labour party members arrested in Jew-hatred crime investigation

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What took so long? Like the Democrat Party, anti-Semites have flourished in Britain’s Labour Party. Like the Democrat Party, the Labour Party could always depend on the vast majority of Jewish voters. The alliance between Islamic supremacists and the Left has been well documented for years. Whitewash and ignore jihad terror while demonizing and smearing those who oppose it.

The leader of the UK’s Labour party, Jeremy Corbyn (above in front of terrorist Hazb’Allah flag), was discovered to be a member of not one, but two anti-Semitic Facebook groups. His Labour party has a long history of Jew-hatred. Corbyn has said that ISIS supporters should not be prosecuted for “expressing a political point of view.” A leading Corbyn activist caused outrage after claiming that Islamic terrorists are “freedom fighters.” If Jeremy Corbyn becomes the British Prime Minister, which could very well happen in the coming months, Britain will definitively be finished as a free society.

Three former Labour party members are arrested on suspicion of hate crimes after police probe into leaked anti-Semitic dossier

  • The arrests come after dossier on anti-Semitism in Labour was handed to police
  • Dossier was made public in September 2018 and it listed anti-Semitic incidents
  • The three were arrested for sharing material that is likely to stir up racial hatred
  • They were members of the Labour party before being removed following reports

By Danyal Hussain For Mailonline, 28 March 2019

Three former Labour members have been arrested by police investigating a leaked dossier setting out anti-Semitism claims against the party.

Officers detained two men and a woman in separate operations in Birmingham, Tunbridge Wells, Kent, and Wandsworth, south London earlier this month.

They were held on suspicion of publishing or distributing material likely to stir up racial hatred but have since been released pending further inquiries.

The arrests comes as Jeremy Corbyn battles long-running claims that his party has become a haven for anti-Semites since he took over.
Jeremy Corbyn has come under intense criticism over claims of anti-Semitism in his party. It emerged today that three former members of the party have been arrested on suspicion of distributing race hate material
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Jeremy Corbyn has come under intense criticism over claims of anti-Semitism in his party. It emerged today that three former members of the party have been arrested on suspicion of distributing race hate material

The Birmingham arrest of a man in his 50s took place on March 7. The Tunbridge Wells arrest, of another man in his 50s, on March 14. A woman in her 70s was then detained in south London on March 21.

The investigation was prompted by an internal Labour dossier, which emerged in September and detailed cases of alleged anti-Semitism in the party.

The claims include one that a party member posted a message on Facebook saying: ‘We shall rid the Jews who are cancer on us all.’

Radio station LBC was handed the internal Labour document which details 45 cases in total.

It then handed the dossier to Metropolitan Police Commissioner Cressida Dick following an interview last September, and a formal inquiry was announced in November.

The broadcaster also passed the leaked material to former senior police officer Mak Chishty, who said that 17 instances should have been reported to the police for investigation, and another four were potential race hate crimes.

The allegations in the Labour dossier include a post on social media stating: ‘We shall rid the Jews who are a cancer on us all.’

There were also claims about sharing of a link to an allegedly anti-Semitic blog, and an entry referring to ‘a Zionist Extremist MP … who hates civilised people, about to get a good kicking’.

The fourth related to a party member being accused of putting a child through ’10 years of hell’, using racial slurs against him and referring to him as ‘Jew boy’.

It was also alleged that the member had chased a girl, aged six or seven, around with air freshener, saying she smelled of curry and calling her ‘a chocolate monkey’.

LBC passed the leaked material to former senior police officer Mak Chishty, who said that 17 instances should have been reported to the police for investigation, and four were potential race hate crimes.

Potential offences detailed in the dossier include the sharing of a link to an allegedly anti-Semitic blog and an entry referring to ‘a Zionist Extremist MP… who hated civilised people, about to get a good kicking’.

Another related to a then-serving Labour councillor being accused of putting a child through ’10 years of hell’ using racial slurs against him and referring to him as ‘Jew boy.’

It was also alleged that the member had chased a girl, aged six or seven, around with air freshener, saying she smelled of curry and calling her ‘a chocolate monkey’.

It is understood that disciplinary action was taken by Labour against the three individuals believed to be under investigation, and none of them are members of the party any longer.

In a statement, Scotland Yard said the contents of the dossier had been examined by specialist officers and the three individuals arrested were interviewed under caution before being released under investigation.

‘On Tuesday, September 4, the Met Commissioner was handed a folder of paperwork following a radio interview with LBC Radio in Leicester Square.

‘It is alleged that the documentation included evidence of anti-Semitic hate crimes. The contents have been examined by specialist officers.

‘A criminal investigation has commenced into some of the allegations within the documentation. Advice regarding these allegations was received from the Crown Prosecution Service and has been considered.

he claims were passed to police by LBC radio around the time host Nick Ferrari interviewed Met Commissioner Cressida Dick in September

hy is Labour’s new code of conduct on anti-Semitism so controversial?

The Labour anti-Semitism row erupted again after the party leadership refused to fully adopt the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance’s (IHRA) definition.

The party’s code explicitly endorses the IHRA definition, but it omits four examples from the IHRA list:

– Accusing Jewish people of being more loyal to Israel than their home country;

– Claiming that Israel’s existence as a state is a racist endeavour;

– Requiring higher standards of behaviour from Israel than other nations; and

– Comparing contemporary Israeli policies to those of the Nazis.

Labour insisted that while the examples are not reproduced word-for-word, they are covered in the new code.

But critics say the decision allows anti-Semitism to continue to fester.

The Scotland Yard spokesman added: ‘A man in his 50s [A] was arrested on 7 March on suspicion of an offence contrary to Section 19 Public Order Act 1986 – publishing or distributing material likely to stir up racial hatred – after a warrant was executed at an address in Birmingham. He was interviewed under caution at a custody suite in Birmingham. He has been released under investigation.

‘A second man in his 50s [B] was arrested on 14 March on suspicion of an offence contrary to Section 19 Public Order Act 1986 – publishing or distributing material likely to stir up racial hatred – after a warrant was executed at an address in Tunbridge Wells. He was interviewed under caution at a police station in Kent. He has been released under investigation.

‘A woman in her 70s [C] was arrested on 21 March on suspicion of an offence contrary to Section 19 Public Order Act 1986 – publishing or distributing material likely to stir up racial hatred – after a warrant was executed at an address in Wandsworth. She was interviewed under caution at a south London police station. She has been released under investigation.’

A Labour Party spokesman said: ‘We welcome the police investigating these individuals’ alleged crimes.

‘Anti-Semitism has no place in our society and we are committed to challenging and campaigning against it in all its forms.’

The arrests mark the latest stage in a long-running controversy over anti-Semitism among Labour supporters.

Leader Jeremy Corbyn has told general secretary Jennie Formby to make rooting the prejudice out her number one priority.

However, Jewish groups have accused the party of failing to take action quickly enough.

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