If Boris is elected it will solely be on his policy of Brexit regardless of the consequences. It can only be done by voters in the north and midlands lending him their votes cos they don’t like foreigners.
You clearly are an idiot. Let me refrain: If the French Resistance, Jewish members or not, had the right to slit the throats of foreign occupiers, why do members of the Palestinian resistance not have the same right?
I love your use of bigoted language, by the way! If I said ‘I doubt the Jews can be convinced to give up terrorism’, I would be rightly called out as an antisemite. Of course, none of these rules apply to Zionist bigotry when you say what you say in your post.
Double standards anyone?
I oppose bigotry. You are its exponent. How very Zionist!
Yes, 30% of the British population believes that Corbyn is antisemitic. They are the victims of a cynical smear campaign. Another survey found that Britons believe that over 30% of the membership of the Labour party is antisemitic. In point of fact, complaints of antisemitism filed (filed, not adjudicated) represent less than one tenth of one percent of the membership.
So much for the slander of Labour being ‘overrun’ with antisemitism!
How radical the Jewish nation spending money in Jewish communities bettering roads, buildings for educational, social and religious purposes, commercial centers and industrial parks. Imagine that the Israeli state is spending money to make Jewish lives better. This is a foreign concept to the Palestinians who have failed to use their resources to make Arab lives better in Arab communities which the two Arab governments are supposed to serve. Instead the Arab governments use their discretionary spending on terrorism and rewarding terrorists and their families under various Pay for Slay programs. If the Palestinians had strived as hard as the Israelis to help their own people and not to tear down the Israeli state, maybe the Palestinians would enjoy similar living standards as Israelis.
Israel’s state prosecutor said Thursday he intends to indict seven men, including close associates of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, in a sweeping graft case related to a possible conflict of interest involving a $2 billion purchase of German submarines.
State prosecutor Shai Nitzan’s office said in a statement the seven would be charged with various offenses, among them bribery, money laundering and fraud, pending a hearing.
Netanyahu was questioned, but not named as a suspect, in the submarine probe, known as “file 3000.” But it roped in some of his closest aides and sparked questions about his earnings on a related German submarine sale to Egypt.
Among those to be charged were Netanyahu’s personal attorney, David Shimron, who is also his cousin. Shimron represented the German firm involved and was suspected of using his influence over the prime minister in return for a hefty cut of the deal.
Also set to be indicted is David Sharan, who once headed Netanyahu’s office. The former head of the navy has also been implicated.
After seeming to escape the submarine scandal, it was revealed that Netanyahu reportedly earned $4 million on a related German submarine sale to Egypt by owning shares in one of the German manufacturer’s suppliers. He has denied wrongdoing.
Netanyahu was recently charged with bribery, fraud and breach of trust in three separate corruption cases in which he is accused of trading regulatory or legislative favors in exchange for lavish gifts and favorable news coverage.
Netanyahu has professed innocence in all three, saying the charges are trumped up by a biased justice system egged on by a liberal media.
Netanyahu, Israel’s longest-serving leader, is fighting for his political life following two inconclusive elections and the likelihood of an unprecedented third in one year.
With the charges against him issued amid the political impasse, Netanyahu has driven up his rhetoric against his perceived enemies, berating law enforcement institutions and calling for “the investigators to be investigated.”
VIENNA: Iranian Oil Minister Bijan Zanganeh will meet OPEC’s Secretary General Mohammad Barkindo at 10.30 a.m. (0930 GMT), a source with knowledge of the matter said on Thursday.
Zanganeh did not speak to reporters upon arrival in Vienna for the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) summit.
Netanyahu to press Pompeo for more pressure on ‘tottering’ IranUS warship seizes suspected Iran missile parts set for Yemen
Oh look, Plainliar the fatuous antisemitic hypocrite is back spouting his lies and desperately smearing others. Where in his comment did he describe Arabs as a “clan”. You lie for a LIVING, Plainliar. Please explain to me how it is that spouting bigoted, rectally-extracted drivel arguing the idea that Jews aren’t a nation, isn’t somehow antisemitic.
I get that you live in a world of bigoted hate and ignorance, but here’s a tip: don’t flaunt it. It only proves that you belong with groups like the KKK.
Your lies and historical revisionism is commonplace in the bigoted Arab world, Plainliar. No amount of land was found to have been stolen; see the Peel Commision. JEWISH people cannot return to their homes in Arab states, and they cannot even VISIT on an Israeli passport. But gee, we do already know the sort of hypocritical bigotry needed to hate Israel.
You cannot hide your immoral and shameless lies from everyone, Plainliar. Native “Palestinian” Christians and Muslims have the same civil and religious rights as Jews. You do not wish that to be the case though, as you support BDS and the likes who wish for the destruction of the world’s sole Jewish state.