Apparently, Labour hasn’t demonstrated enough admiration for the Hamas terrorists in Gaza.
SOME INTERESTING COMMENTS:
@stephken8077 The politicians need to pick a side. Britain or Islam, and have the balls to stand by your convictions.
@markbeetham5118 Perhaps Labour can now become Labour again without being held back by these throwbacks
@PA-ss5cq If Labour is dependent on Muslim votes, it has totally abandoned its roots as the party of the British working man. We all have to choose now. Britain, or Islam.
@Whalewraith I love how they think we have the slightest influence on the Palestinian situation.
@jenniferparry8709 MPs have to serve all their constituents the same. Why do Islamist expect to be treated differently and feel they can dictate to the country
@davidmontgomery9846 No Party can be beholden to one group of voters .Those who are saying that Labour has lost their vote because of its position on Gaza are saying that the Gaza conflict is more important than the N.H.S. , Social Care , housing , the environment, migration and the all the other things that affect the daily lives of the electorate .If that is true then it is a shocking position for them to be in.
@user-oy2zg3bt6n you know the political compass of a nation is screwed when “we will actively undermine our allies” isn’t left wing enough for the average left wing voter.
@robertreber8296 Once the Islamic Party is legit, I fear the demise of the Labour Party and Tory Party.
@thomasmorin749 A vote for Labour is a vote for Islam. Be warned.
@freebeerfordworkers A few years ago in Tower Hamlets the leading Muslim labour politician was expelled for gross misconduct. He ran against labour on a pure Islamic ticket and won. That’s what Islam thinks of Labour. From the Guardian Lutfur Rahman, the disgraced politician found by an election tribunal to have engaged in corrupt and illegal practices, has secured a comeback by winning the vote to become mayor of Tower Hamlets in east London. After the five-year ban placed on him for standing for public office lapsed, Rahman managed to unseat the incumbent mayor, Labour’s John Biggs, under the banner of his Aspire party. Rahman was kicked out of office in 2015 after a specialist court concluded that he was guilty of vote-rigging, buying votes and religious intimidation. But the police and Crown Prosecution Service decided there was insufficient evidence to launch a criminal prosecution.