Jeremy Corbyn speaks at anti-Semitism rally. Presumably not giving anti-Semitism clues.

Is this really true or a masterclass trolling?

Jeremy Corbyn, who failed to crack down on anti-Semitism during his time as Labor Party leader, will take part in a rally on Sunday to mark the 85th anniversary of the Battle of Cable Street.

On October 4, 1936, hundreds of thousands of people blocked a planned march by Sir Oswald Mosley’s British Union of Fascists through an area populated by many Jewish families.

Clashes broke out between police and protesters in the East End of London.

Robert Griffiths, chairman of Cable Street ’21, said: “Racism, including anti-Semitism, still destroys many people’s lives. We must be inspired by the unit that won the Battle of Cable Street.”

Why Corbyn? Used to be Ken Livingstone not available?

I also say invite Linda Sarsour, and internationally renowned expert on anti-Semitism.

But you have to hand it to Jezza – he sure looks like he’s enjoying a good rally.

Keywords: Anti-Semitism Jeremy Corbyn

David Lange

Law graduate David Lange made the transition from his work in the oil and hi-tech industry to full-time advocacy in Israel. He is a respected Middle Eastern commentator and analyst who has often been quoted by the mainstream media

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