Corbyn met with Hamas terrorists in the House of Lords and visited terror group in Ramallah
Head of the UK Labour Party Jeremy Corbyn welcomed a group of senior Muslim terrorists to Parliament, including one who led a boycott of Holocaust Memorial Day and called for attacks on the Royal Navy, the Mail Online reveals.
The meeting, which took place in the House of Lords just six months before Corbyn became Labour leader, included at least four senior Muslim terrorists.
It comes as it emerged that Corbyn went with spin doctor Seamus Milne on a secret visit to Hamas terrorists in Ramallah in 2010, failing to declare the trip in violation of parliamentary rules.
A picture from the 2015 event in Parliament shows Corbyn flanked by Hamas terrorist Daud Abdullah, who signed a letter saying that the Royal Navy should be attacked if it tried to help prevent weapons from being smuggled to terror groups in Gaza.
Also visible is Azzam Tamimi, from the Tamimi clan of Muslim terrorists, who said he wanted to blow himself up in a suicide attack. ‘Sacrificing myself for Palestine is a noble cause,’ he told the BBC. ‘It is the straight way to pleasing my God and I would do it if I had the opportunity.’
Zaher al-Birawi, who is close to the Hamas leadership and has posed for pictures with terror chief Ismail Haniyeh, can be seen just two spaces away from Corbyn, along with Mohammed Swalha, who represented the Hamas terror group in a visit to Russia last year.
Corbyn was also pictured sharing a joke with Tamimi, the would-be suicide bomber, in 2013. Daud Abdullah and Mohammed Swalha were also present at that event.
At the same function, the MP posed with Abdel Bari Atwan, editor of a London-based Arabic newspaper editor who told Lebanese media: ‘If the Iranian missiles strike Israel, by allah, I will go to Trafalgar Square and dance with delight’.
Earlier this month it was reported that in 2014, Corbyn attended a memorial honoring Muslim terrorists behind the massacre of Israeli athletes at the 1972 Munich Olympics.
A memorial wreath in his hand, Corbyn stands feet from the graves of Muslim terrorists behind the Munich Massacre. Another image shows the Labour leader joining in an Islamic prayer while by the graves.
A photo emerged of Corbyn giving a four-fingered Rabaa salute, which is a symbol of allegiance to the Muslim Brotherhood terror group.
The Labour leader went to a 2012 event in Qatar addressed by several Hamas terrorists convicted of murder and terrorism who had recently been released in the ‘Shalit Deal’.
One was Abdul Aziz Umar, who received seven life sentences for aiding a suicide bombing that murdered seven Israelis in Jerusalem in 2003. Another was a senior Hamas terrorist Husam Badran, who orchestrated several terror attacks in Israel in which more than 100 were murdered.
Corbyn also reportedly told Iranian news channel Press TV after the conference: “I met many of the brothers, including the brother who’s been speaking here . . . when I was in Doha earlier this year.”