‘Fascinating and electrifying’ Corbyn hailed speeches by Muslim terrorists who murdered more than 100
Head of the UK Labour Party Jeremy Corbyn hailed speeches by convicted Muslim terrorists as ‘fascinating and electrifying’ after attending a conference with Hamas terrorists in Qatar.
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.
A translation given to The Telegraph quoted Badran as saying at the “Seminar on Palestinian Refugees in the Arab World” in Doha that “the return will only be viable through
military and armed resistance [Jihad and terrorism] and nothing else.”
Days after the conference, Corbyn wrote that he had heard remarks by the Muslim terrorists released in the Shalit Deal and that “their contribution was fascinating and electrifying,” the newspaper said.
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.”
During the panel discussion he hosted, Corbyn lauded a decision to overturn a government order to deport Raed Salah, head of the Islamic Movement’s northern branch terror group, who was convicted in Israel of incitement for calling on its Muslim terrorists to carry out terror attacks against Jews.
The report came days after it emerged that Corbyn met with the leader-in-exile of the PFLP terror group in 2014, mastermind of the Har Nof massacre in Jerusalem, committed by two other members of the terror group.
In the November 2014 terror attack, four prominent rabbis and a police officer, including three US citizens and one British citizen, were brutally murdered when two Muslim terrorists from east Jerusalem’s Jabel Mukaber neighborhood stormed the Kehillat Bnei Torah Synagogue in Har Nof, wielding axes, knives and a pistol.
The two Muslim terrorists, members of the PFLP terror group were eliminated in a shootout with Police at the synagogue’s entrance.
The US, Israel and the EU classify the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine as a terrorist organization.
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 Muslim Brotherhood terror group has been investigated by the UK and US over terrorist activities.
The Muslim Brotherhood is banned across much of the Middle East and Russian after being linked to terrorism. In 2015, David Cameron said membership could be seen as ‘a possible indicator of extremism’.