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New Labour boss is no Corbyn, but unlikely to reverse party's anti-Israel stance | Times of Israel - Apr. 7, 2020 |

Keir Starmer tilts Labour sharply towards Israel | Electronic Intifada - Apr. 10, 2020 |

Annexation and apartheid in Palestine

The sacking of Rebecca Long-Bailey from the Labour shadow cabinet by Keir Starmer for re-tweeting a Maxine Peake interview containing a reference to the connection between the US police and Israel is the Labour leader's signal to the UK establishment, and to the US, that in his hands the Labour Party will not tolerate anything other than total support for Israel. Safeguarding Western interests is the issue, not antisemitism.

Yet Peake is quite right to make the connection between Israel's position today as pre-eminent in violent suppression techniques as a result of decades of practice on subjugating Palestinians. Israel has long sold weapons `battle-proven in Gaza'. But it is its methods and expertise as an occupying power that has made it a global leader in the homeland security industry.

Israel uses military force on a daily basis to maintain its oppression of Palestinians. It targets civilians with tear gas grenades, rubber-coated bullets and live ammunition, carries out mass arrests, house demolitions, torture and extrajudicial executions, all amounting to breaches of international law and war crimes.

by Oui on Tue Aug 4th, 2020 at 06:27:41 AM EST

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