14 January 2021 — The Electronic Intifada
31 October 2020 — The Electronic Intifada
After a five-year campaign of smears, Labour’s former leader Jeremy Corbyn was suspended by party bosses on Thursday.
25 August 2020 — The Electronic Intifada
A rogue inquiry by a Labour staffer with close ties to the Israeli embassy included fabricated allegations of anti-Semitism.
It destroyed the lives of several pro-Corbyn students sympathetic to the Palestinian cause.
20 June 2020 — The Electronic Intifada
23 April 2020 — The Electronic Intifada
Trevor Chinn (left) at an event he co-hosted in 2018 with Israeli ambassador Mark Regev (second left). Chinn for years funded anti-Corbyn efforts. (UJIA)
A multi-millionaire pro-Israel lobbyist donated $62,000 to help Keir Starmer win the UK Labour Party’s leadership election, it was revealed last week.
21 February 2020 — The Electronic Intifada
Liverpool Labour activist Audrey White.
The Jewish Chronicle on Thursday apologized to a Labour activist for libeling her over “anti-Semitism.”
The UK newspaper admitted on its website it had published “allegations about Mrs Audrey White” which were “untrue.”
It said it had agreed to pay White a sum in damages plus her legal costs.
6 September 2019 — The Electronic Intifada
The revelation challenges Lansman’s reputation as a key Corbyn supporter.
Bash recounted his conversation with Lansman to The Electronic Intifada.
2 September 2019 — The Electronic Intifada
The British charity operates in Palestine and in refugee camps in Lebanon and Jordan. (Interpal)
Interpal, a British charity which aids Palestinians, has won $60,000 in libel damages from The Jewish Chronicle.
The newspaper’s editors published an apology in August stating that they “accept that neither Interpal, nor its trustees, have ever been involved with or provided support for terrorist activity of any kind.”
20 August 2019 — The Electronic Intifada
Britain’s opposition Labour Party is offering excuses for its arbitrary revocation of the press pass approved for The Electronic Intifada’s Asa Winstanley to cover its upcoming annual conference.
Its explanations fail to justify a blatantly undemocratic act.
21 July 2019 — Off Guardian
Image source: The Canary
In the long history of party politics, coordinated and systematic attacks on one political party are always initiated and perpetuated by a rival party or parties. Not least of the ways in which the increasingly murderous row about alleged anti-Semitism in the Labour Party is unprecedented is that, although it was quietly seeded by Lynton Crosby’s propaganda unit in the Conservative Party back in 2016, it has been swollen into a life-threatening confrontation by elements both within Labour and with supposedly supportive links to Labour.
22 July 2019 — Media Lens
The greatest fear of those holding the most power and wealth is that they will lose their exalted position in the world. They will resist any changes to the grossly unequal and unjust class structure that causes grievous damage to so many people; and to the planet itself. Even the threat of real change must be crushed. This, in a nutshell, underpins the astonishing and relentless campaign to stop Jeremy Corbyn, a moderate leftist, from ever becoming Prime Minister.