He’s spoken openly about his concern for justice for Palestinians. As Jeremy Corbyn is continuing to rise as he leads the traditional left Labour Party of the United Kingdom, his detractors are working feverishly to discredit him as an anti-Semite. Of course criticizing Israel (which he does) is quite distinct from anti-Semitism, but politicians from the Conservative Party (Tories) and the right wing of his own Labour Party are  intentionally conflating the two to defeat Corbyn. His enemies are using the fact that Brits are as fiercely against anti-Semitism as we in America are. Professor Kenneth Surin returns to Keepingdemocracyalive.com to shed needed light on the political realities in the UK.

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