Jeremy Corbyn supported 'palestinian' bombers of London Jewish charityWatch
He's absolutely drenched in Islamic extremism.
The pair, Jawad Botmeh and Samar Alami, both UK educated Palestinians, were found guilty of having been involved in the car-bombing of the charity building, called the Balfour House as well as the adjacent Israel embassy.
While both suspects admitted to having cached five pounds of explosives and three handguns in a storage unit, Botmeh and Alami denied that the material was meant to be used in Britain. Botmeh, who was eventually released in 2008, even alleged that the Israeli government itself carried out the attack.
Corbyn was actively involved in the 20 year legal battle to undo the conviction, claims the Chronicle, calling the conviction a "miscarriage of justice," in a 2013 letter.
In June of 2003, then Home Secretary David Blunkett was question by Corbyn over the 1994 bombings, aiming skepticism at its integrity by questioning whether fingerprints linked the pair to the attack, whether either of the men were identified as the drivers of the weaponized vehicles and whether there was reason to believe that either Botmeh or Alami manufactured the explosives.
Separately, between 2002 and 2006, Corbyn went to far as to offering motions on the case in Parliament five times in hopes of having it addressed
Blunkett admitted that it was never fully established where the bombs were made or who drove the cars, though Royal prosecutors, despite not releasing information concerning the incident, insisted that evidence linking the pair to the bombing was "overwhelming."
Corbyn's potential victory in the Labor elections has been a source of concern for British Jewry.
In August, the Jewish Chronicle wrote that "although there is no direct evidence that [Corbyn] has an issue himself with Jews, there is overwhelming evidence of his association with, support for – and even in one case, alleged funding of – Holocaust deniers, terrorists and some outright anti-Semites.”
An anti-Semitic Semite?
Pity Jim Swire isn't running for Labour leader, isn't it.