Corbyn wants 'dialogue' with Assad, sanctions on Israel


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Human Rights Watch chief mocks Jews

Following is an open letter from UN Watch’s Hillel Neuer to Human Rights Watch chief Ken Roth, which went viral on Facebook. Dear Ken Roth

Jeremy Corbyn’s latest calls for “negotiations for peace” and “a political settlement” in response to Assad gassing to death his own people are part of a pattern whereby the UK Labour Party leader calls for “dialogue” with murderers he likes, as when he called the Hezbollah terrorist group his “friends” with whom the UK should promote “peace, understanding and dialogue.”
In marked contrast, however, when Israel has taken military action to defend itself against Hamas terrorist attacks and rockets fired at civilian population centers, Corbyn’s response is not to call for negotiations, but rather to demands sanctions and “justice” against Israel. As shown below, he has never called for sanctions or justice in regard to Syria.
For Assad and Hezbollah: “negotiations,” “diplomatic efforts,” “dialogue”

On Israel: “sanctions”

Meanwhile, Corbyn vehemently opposed sanctions on Iran, from whose state-sponsored PressTV he accepted 20,000 British pounds:

Corbyn calls for “justice” against Israel:

Yet in seven years of massacre and genocide by Bashar al-Assad, Corbyn has apparently never tweeted for “justice” in Syria: