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Senior Labour Official Under Fire for Posting a Fake Image of an Israeli Jet Bombing Iran

5 monthes ago   |   By Tablet Magazine

At this point, reporting about anti-Semitism in Jeremy Corbyn's Labour Party hardly qualifies as news, the incidents being so frequent and so unsurprising. But Diane Abbott, the party's shadow Home Secretary, broke new ground earlier this week when she chose to criticize the Tory government's participation in the bombing of Syria by posting a fake photograph of an Israeli fighter jet bombing Teheran.
Now, anyone motivated by any agenda other than a guttural distaste for the Jewish state may think twice before posting a photograph of an Israeli plane to take issue with an attack...
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