Jeremy Corbyn Honored Munich Terrorist At ‘Poignant’ Ceremony

Hardly a day seems to go by without a new revelation about UK Labor leader Jeremy Corbyn‘s unsavory ties to Jew hating, terrorist scum and villainy. Here’s the latest:

Jeremy Corbyn attended a ceremony in Tunisia honouring the memory of a Palestinian terrorist who played a role in the 1972 Munich massacre of Israeli Olympians, it has emerged.

Mr Corbyn, who used to write a regular column for the Communist Morning Star newspaper, described a ceremony he attended in October 2014 “where “wreaths were laid . . . on the graves of [those] killed by Mossad agents in Paris in 1991”. He described the day as “poignant”.

There is no record of Mossad having conducted an assassination in Paris in 1991. However, Mossad has been accused of carrying out an assassination in the French capital in 1992, when Atef Bseiso, the head of intelligence for the PLO and a terrorist involved involved in the Munich massacre, was shot and killed.

The Sunday Times described Mr Corbyn’s words as “an apparent reference” to Bseiso, who is believed to have been buried at the cemetery that Mr Corbyn visited.

At the 1972 Olympics in Munich, Palestinian terrorists from the Black September group captured and subsequently murdered eleven Israeli athletes and a German police officer. Israel hunted down and killed many of those involved; Bseiso was one of them.

And here is the Morning Star article, in all of its glory.

So it should hardly surprise anybody he was smiling speaking at a rally attended by the guy holding this flag:

Jeremy Corbyn: rotten to the core – like his tooth.

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