Hamas Distance Themselves From Corbyn

After Jeremy Corbyn refused to withdraw his comments describing Hamas as “friends“, the terror group have praised the Labour leader for deciding to maintain ties. Hamas spokesman Taher Al-Nunu reportedly told Breitbart:

“We welcome the declaration of the Labor chairman and see his engagement as a very important statement that is also a painful hit that the Zionist enemy received. Hamas is not and will not be considered a terrorist group and our struggle is reduced to the borders of occupied Palestine. [This is a] Zionist campaign to define Labor party leaders as anti-Semitic… a desperate move that reflects the weakness and confusion of the Zionist entity.”

36 hours until the polls open and Labour have just been endorsed by terrorists…

UPDATE: Hamas now tell Middle East Eye that they didn’t make the statement. Yet they did endorse Corbyn last year. So who’s telling the truth?




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