Israeli Secret Service Behind Attempts To Get Rid Of Jeremy Corbyn; Labour Councillor

According to The Courier, Fife councillor Mary Lockhart said that the Israeli secret service is behind the three Jewish newspapers’ joint front-page article condemning Labour over anti-Semitism.

the Fife councillor wrote on Facebook: “If the purpose is to generate opposition to anti-Semitism, it has backfired spectacularly.

“If it is to get rid of Jeremy Corbyn as Labour Leader, it is unlikely to succeed and is a shameless piece of cynical opportunism.

“If it is a Mossad assisted campaign to prevent the election of a Labour Government pledged to recognise Palestine as a state, it is unacceptable interference in the democracy of Britain.

“Whatever motivates it, and the MPs who exploit it, the Labour Party is neither racist, not anti-semitic. And the hysterical claims that it is, after inquiries, consultation, rule changes, calm and peaceable statements, should not be permitted to further influence the Party’s rules.”

Former Dunfermline and West Fife Labour MP Thomas Docherty was the first one to criticize the comments. He told The Courier he would be making a formal complaint about the comments.

He said: “If you even suggest that British Jews are agents of the Israeli secret service that is an anti-Semitic trope and you have no place in the Labour Party.”

On Friday, the party faced another blow as Labour councillor Damien Enticott was suspended after it emerged he had shared a Facebook post claiming Jews drink blood and sexually abuse children.

Mr Enticott told HuffPost UK someone had accessed his page without his knowledge. “It’s someone in my house that has accessed it and thinks its funny,” he said. “I live in a shared house – I live in a pub, with a lot of people above it in a shared house and one of them has put it up in a post.

“I’ve had massive problems from the Labour Party because of it, because obviously they have been under fire and I’ve taken it off and everything like that, so it’s not something I have put up myself.”

A Labour spokesperson said in a statement on Friday: “The Labour party take all complaints of anti-Semitism seriously and we are committed to challenging and campaigning against it in all its forms. Complaints about anti-Semitism are fully investigated in line with our rules.”

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