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Israel & Labour Party’s anti-Semitism against Muslim Palestinian Semites
Israel & Labour Party’s anti-Semitism against Muslim Palestinian Semites
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Could the British Labour Party apologize for helping to create Israel on occupied Palestinian territory? UK Labor Member of Parliament, Rupa Asha Huq, believes so. 

At a Palestinian Solidarity Campaign meeting, Huq said: “1948; that happened under a British government. To my mind, an apology – yes. You could do one. A Labour Government could probably get that through.” Huq was attacked for defending fellow Labor MP Naz Shah, who had to apologize for backing calls for Israel’s "relocation” to the United States.

In 1948, the Israel regime was founded on forcibly occupied Palestinian and Arab territories. From 1967, it occupied Lebanon’s Shebaa Farms and Syria’s Golan Heights and the Palestinian West Bank, later annexing East al-Quds (Jerusalem) and the Gaza Strip, in a move never recognized by the international community. Labour has suspended dozens of members over allegations of “anti-Semitism” and racism