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Miko Peled hosts a roundtable discussion with Chris Williamson (Former Labour Party MP), Asa Winstanley (Journalist), and Tony Greenstein (Activist, Author) who will analyze the events and forces that led to Corbyn’s fall at the hands of pro-Israels special interest groups. Chris Williamson, Asa Winstanley, and Tony Greenstein all faced pressure and/or oustings from their respective roles within the UK Labour Party over similar smears of “antisemitism”. In this online event, we will hear from each of these esteemed UK journalists, politicians and activists who have been directly affected by and witnessed this vast smear campaign and political suppression on the ground level.
I was invited back on Sean Blackmon and Jacquie Luqman’s Radio Sputnik show, “By Any Means Necessary” to talk about Labour and about Corbyn expulsion over anti-Semitism smears.
I spoke to Breakthrough News about Labour finally doing Jeremy Corbyn in — something that’s been coming for more than five years.
Small correction: I misspoke when I accused the British police of “institutional anti-Semitism” I meant institutional racism, against Black people.
I spoke to Sean Blackmon and Jacquie Luqman on their radio show By Any Means Necessary to talk about my latest piece, about the Rubin report — the secret document which triggered Labour’s manufactured “anti-Semitism crisis”.
I was invited onto the TRT World channel alongside Palestinian member of the Knesset Aida Touma-Sliman to discuss Israel’s latest annexation plan in the West Bank.
I took part in this debate hosted by Miko Peled.
See also part 1 of the discussion with my EI colleague Ali Abunimah.
I was very pleased to appear on Aaron Maté’s show for The Grayzone, Pushback