BBC Systematically Lies To Its Audience To Discredit Jeremy Corbyn

On Sunday early morning, Radio 4 programme presenter John Humphry’s started to talk about the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA) definition of anti-Semitism.

Humphrey’s claimed that “almost every country in the world has adopted the IHRA definition and examples of anti-Semitism.” anti-Semitism issue is at the center of the row within the Labour Party, so the audiences were quick to denounce his remarks as another one of “BBC lies”.

Twitter users tried to correct the BBC by pointing out that of the 195 countries in the world only 31 have adopted the IHRA definition of anti-Semitism, citing the Jewish Chronicle as their source.

According to the Jewish Chronicle, of those only six are said to have endorsed and adopted it fully with all the examples.

Among the six-country which adopted the definition fully, there is Austria which is threatening to make Jews put their names on a state register in order to get kosher meat and Lithuania, whose government supports commemorations of Nazi wartime events.

The BBC falsely presented The IHRA definition as the gold standard which the international community has endorsed in full. Listeners criticized Humphry’s as an “overpaid liar” for failing to fact check his information on such a crucial topic.

According to the Jewish Chronicle, not only have the overwhelming majority of countries not adopted the IHRA definition even the Tories do not include the controversial definition in their rule book.

Channel 4 News recently found that the Conservative code of conduct does not at any point mention the word “anti-Semitism” or spell out a definition of anti-Semitism, IHRA-approved or otherwise.

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