Corbyn's office censors Naz Shah's apology to remove references to anti-semitismWatch
Other sentences deleted from the draft after it was sent to Labour HQ include an apparent admission by Shah of a widespread problem of anti-Semitism among left-wing campaigners and deep concerns about the spread of “toxic conspiracy theories, group-blame and stereotyping”
“We on the left must stop procrastinating and tackle oppression within our own ranks, especially anti-Jewish oppression,” Shah wrote in the draft statement. The sentence did not appear in the published version.
Those of us who are on the moderate Blairite wing of the party have a record of fighting anti-semitism and anti-Israel xenophobia that is beyond reproach. It is because Corbyn knows that these anti-semitism issues relate specifically to his faction of the party that he seeks to censor references to the way that his followers dismiss claims of anti-semitism out of hand and that they adhere to a mindset of "toxic conspiracy theories, group-blame and stereotyping" as Shah said in her apology statement before it was edited by the leader's office
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