Via Jewish Chronicle:
According to multiple sources, one Corbyn supporter told the meeting “it's very difficult to get elected in this country without the support of Rupert Murdoch and the Israeli ambassador".
Padraig Reidy, a journalist who was at the meeting, wrote that: “The speaker contended that anyone who stood up for Palestinians was 'smeared' as an antisemite.”
According to tweets from people who were present, a woman who criticised the comment was shouted down by some members of the audience, while others supported her.
Steve Akehurst, a Labour Party member who was at the meeting, tweeted at that point, saying: “Meeting now dissolving into an open argument about whether randomly blaming Jews for things is antisemitic.”
Robbie Young, the LGBT officer of the National Union of Students, who was also present,tweeted that a speaker supporting Corbyn said “that antisemitism in the party is a factional lie.”
Another tweet, from Ana Oppenheim, a Corbyn supporter, said: “It was an awful meeting though and I hate voting the same way as people who defend antisemites and shout over women."