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Galloway has ‘an atrocious record of baiting the Jewish community,’ CAA says

by LLB political Reporter
1st Mar 24 11:53 am

George Galloway, a former Labour MP and current leader of the Workers Party of Britain, has been elected as MP in the Rochdale by-election, receiving almost 40% of the vote.

Galloway said that this is a victory “for Gaza” and he warned the Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer that his problems “just got 100 times more serious” after he won the Rochdale seat.

Galloway said that this is now proof that British politics has now “shifted” after his shock win in Rochdale.

After the win Galloway said, “Keir Starmer’s problems just got 100x more serious than they were before today.

“This is going to spark a movement, a shifting of the tectonic plates in scores of Parliamentary constituencies.”

A spokesperson for Campaign Against Antisemitism said, “George Galloway has an atrocious record of baiting the Jewish community.

“He has previously and infamously declared Bradford an ‘Israel-free zone’. He said of his previous election loss that ‘the venal, the vile, the racists and the Zionists will all be celebrating’.

“He described David Baddiel, a Jewish comic who is well-known for not closely associating himself with Israel, as a ‘vile Israel-fanatic’.

“He claimed that the institutional antisemitism within the Labour Party under Jeremy Corbyn was really ‘a disgraceful campaign of Goebbelsian fiction’, in reference to Joseph Goebbels, Hitler’s propagandist.

“He was sacked by TalkRadio over his views. Recently he has described the atrocity carried out by Hamas on 7th October as a ‘concentration camp breakout’ and referred to Hamas terrorists as ‘fighters’.

“Mr Galloway has now been chosen by the voters of Rochdale to represent them and is once again an MP.

“Given his historic inflammatory rhetoric and the current situation faced by the Jewish community in this country, we are extremely concerned by how he may use the platform of the House of Commons in the remaining months of this parliament.”

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