Monday, May 29, 2017

UK: Corbyn attended wreath-laying ceremony for Palestinian terror chief

Via the Telegraph
Jeremy Corbyn has been condemned by his own party after admitting he attended a wreath-laying ceremony at the grave of a Palestinian terrorist involved in the 1972 Munich Olympics massacre. 
Less than a year before becoming Labour leader, Mr Corbyn visited the cemetery in Tunisia where members of the Palestine Liberation Organisation are buried, including Atef Bseiso, who was directly involved in the Munich attack, prompting outrage from Jewish groups 
Labour Friends of Israel – which represents 100 Labour peers and former MPs who are currently trying to be re-elected – condemned the news, saying it was part of a “a very disturbing pattern of behaviour."
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Atef Bseiso was killed in Paris in 1992 - obviously the terrorist was allowed to visit France.  He also travelled to Germany after the Munich massacre.  Europeans being soft on terrorism.

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