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I took part in this debate hosted by Miko Peled.
See also part 1 of the discussion with my EI colleague Ali Abunimah.
Labour report reveals how Jeremy Corbyn was sabotaged from within — Asa Winstanley on Pushback with Aaron Maté
I was very pleased to appear on Aaron Maté’s show for The Grayzone, Pushback
“A campaign by racists to smear anti-racists as racist” — I talk to The Real News about “Labour anti-Semitism”
“Asa Winstanley discusses the coordinated incitement campaign against critical voices in the UK. On the same day that the Israeli lobby attacked Congresswoman Ilhan Omar in the U.S, British right-wing activists launched an attack on Human Rights Watch, and later on Jeremy Corbyn.”
Click here to read the full transcript of my interview.
I said: “With Joan Ryan’s known links to Israeli embassy agents, including Shai Masot, the Israeli embassy spy … questions have to be asked … what is she doing with that data? … Is she sending it back to Israel?”
So here we are again. David Cameron seems determined to plough Britain into another war in another Arab country. This time in Syria.
To be precise, Britain has been involved in the covert destabilisation of Syria for years. Western spy agencies (including the Israelis) have been involved in arming and supplying assorted extremist militias and gangs at war with the Assad regime in Syria – including those allied to al-Qaeda.
The overall aim of such meddling, as I have argued before, is not to defeat the Assad regime outright, or to defeat the “Islamic State” outright, but actually to keep feeding the civil war. The logic, in the words of one former Israeli diplomat, is to “let both [sides] bleed”. As long as Arabs are busy with internal wars, they will not be fighting Israeli occupation or the West, so the cynical logic goes.
But now, of course, Cameron wants to deepen British involvement in the country by bombing “Islamic State” positions. He’s chosen his moment for this cleverly, coming as it does soon after the Islamic State atrocity in Paris.
Read more over at MEMO.
Canadian community radio station CKUT has a regular Palestine programme called Under the Olive Tree. Sawssan Kaddoura kindly invited me on to talk about Jeremy Corbyn’s election victory as new Labour Party leader and his long record as a Palestine solidarity activist. You can listen in the player embedded below, or linked to on their Facebook page.