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Al Jazeera Investigations exposes how the Israel lobby influences British politics. A six-month undercover investigation reveals how Israel penetrates different levels of British democracy. 4 videos are shared here.

Episode One: In part one, Al Jazeera Investigations reveals how pro-Israel groups are trying to influence Britain’s youth.

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Al Jazeera Investigations – The Lobby P1

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How Israel influences British politics-
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We reveal from the inside how the Israeli Embassy
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penetrates different levels of British democracy in the first of four programmes:
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The Battle for Britain’s Youth
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[sounds of explosions and yelling]
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Following decades of violence
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a new challenge has emerged to Israel’s occupation of Palestinian lands called BDS.
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[crowd chants] “BDS is here to stay”
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That’s the global movement to boycott, divest, and impose sanctions on Israel,
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and expose it as an apartheid state.
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The Israeli Government has responded with a campaign to rebrand the country’s image.
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[Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu] “The reason we should fight BDS is because it’s wrong. It’s a moral outrage.”
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It’s an operation run by the secretive Ministry of Strategic Affairs.
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“They recruit mainly former intelligence officers.”
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“Its main task is to counter BDS worldwide.”
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Using an undercover reporter, Al Jazeera’s investigative unit exposes Israel’s clandestine activities in London,
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a city that’s become a major battleground.
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“BDS campaign in many ways germinated in Britain.”
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You’ll meet the people working to challenge BDS at every level of British politics.
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One of Israel’s main targets is the Labour party.
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For the first time its leader is a champion of Palestinian civil rights.
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They’d be very happy to see Jeremy Corbyn no longer leader of the Labour party for sure.
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It’s a covert action that penetrates the heart of Britain’s democracy.
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It is outrageous interference in British politics, it shouldn’t be permitted.
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It’s a battle of ideas seeking to change not only how Israel’s portrayed, but even how it is debated.
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Our undercover reporter grew up in Germany and creates an identity as a graduate planning to live in Britain.
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Robin sets himself up in London as an aspiring Labour party activist with strong sympathies toward Israel.
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After over a month of attending party functions, he stood out as a friend of Israel.
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And before long, he recognized a familiar face.
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It’s a meeting of the Labour Friends of Israel or LFI,
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– members of the British Parliament, who lobby for Israel.
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Oh yeah, take the districts
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Shai later explained to Robin the problems the LFI is facing.
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Robin tweeted and wrote articles about Israel and the Labour party, building up his online identity.
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He discovered numerous groups that support Israel –
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– and which identify themselves as independent grassroots movements.
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One is the Sussex Friends Of Israel –
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– who organized a march to protest against the pro-Palestinian movement to boycott Israel.
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Robin had joined them.
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Shai later described the embassy’s role in some of these movements.
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Shai had helped establish a youth group within the Conservative Friends of Israel.
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Alright, thank you very much
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Have a nice evening, right
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Our investigation linked the embassy’s senior political officer with a series of pro-Israel groups –
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– the parliamentary friends of Israel, young conservatives, lobbyists,
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as well as grassroots movements.
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In addition, Shai’s involved with the youth arm of the Fabian Society –
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– an influential Labour party think tank.
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It appears the Israeli diplomat’s’ mission is to build support for Israel at all levels of the Labour party.
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Shai says he knows nearly all the Fabian Society activists.
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Martin Edobor explains how foreign governments’ support helps the Fabian membership.
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I went on one of the trips of the Conservative Friends of Israel to the Middle East.
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It was brilliantly well arranged, very well looked after.
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You got fantastic access. You did meet Palestinians.
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If all you did was rely on that one trip, you would get a very one-sided point of view.
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According to Haaretz newspaper, Israel, which controls all water sources in the Occupied West Bank,
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– did cut supplies, even if the reason was contested.
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Our undercover reporter discovered that Shai Masot played a role in another key Labour party organization –
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– The Jewish Labour Movement, or JLM.
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Robin attended a summer barbecue organized by the JLM.
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Much of the small talk turned to the Israeli embassy.
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What came next surprised our undercover reporter.
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Shai had asked Robin to become part of the Israeli Embassy’s plan to attract young Labour party members.
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Shai then suggested that as well as setting up the Young LFI, Robin apply for a job at the Israeli embassy.
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He was invited to a private meeting at a London hotel.
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It included embassy staff and British supporters of Israel.
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An Israeli diplomat takes Robin to one side.
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Ella Rose, the new director of the Jewish Labour Movement, was pleased to hear –
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– of Robin’s plans to set up a Young LFI.
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The guest of honour: a minister from the Israeli government.
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The primary role of Israel’s Strategic Affairs Ministry is to counter the BDS movement.
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During another meeting with the embassy’s senior political officer,
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Shai tutors Robin on setting up a new pro-Israel group.
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The LFI appears to be looking beyond Labour’s present set of MPs.
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Robin tells him about the Israeli Embassy’s interest in recruiting him.
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He gave an example of how a job at the embassy could further a career in British politics.
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Round about the same time the JLM –
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– re-emerged under the leadership of Jeremy Newmark,
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– who would later hire Ella Rose as the director of the JLM.
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The big story was about a young student in Oxford, who made allegations –
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– that the Labour party and most of the student left at Oxford was anti-Semitic.
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He didn’t present any evidence at all. The only thing he said was –
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– that they had promoted the Israel Apartheid Week,
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– which is a well-known event which takes place on campuses around the world.
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The national chairman of Labour Students at that time was Michael Rubin.
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There was lots of media leaks and talks about
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how anti-Semitism was being covered up.
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British newspapers repeatedly ran stories of anti-Semitism in the Labour party.
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One of the next targets was Malia Bouattia, the newly elected leader of Britain’s National Union of Students.
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Palestine, Palestine.
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With each year of Israel’s expanding occupation, support for BDS has spread –
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– on college campuses around the world.
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In Britain, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict defined the 2016 election for the NUS presidency.
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But Israel, where it exists now, is that problematic to you?
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Israel as it behaves, is problematic to me.
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You would feel it would be O.K. for you to say about yourself that you are anti-Zionist?
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Yes, I would.
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Another vice president, Richard Brooks, took the unusual step of publicly claiming that Bouttia’s criticisms –
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– of Israel amount to anti-Semitism.
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When you look at what Malia Bouttia has been saying – she says… it’s… her criticisms are political ones.
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She talks about Zionism, not about people who are Jewish.
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Yeah, I think that the really important thing here, and something that student movement needs to face up to,
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is that it is for Jewish students to find what anti-Semitism is in the run up to national conference.
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Nearly 50 union of Jewish student presidents of societies made it clear that they had concerns about some of the rhetoric.
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Brooks never mentioned that weeks before that interview,
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– he’d been taken to Israel as part of a delegation from the Union of Jewish Students.
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During the runup to the election, Richard Brooks had held private meetings with Russell Langer,
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the campaign director of the Union of Jewish Students.
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Also attending the meetings was Michael Rubin.
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After being introduced by the Israeli Embassy as a Young LFI volunteer,
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– our undercover reporter explores the possibility of ousting the pro-Palestinian NUS president –
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– with the help of Richard Brooks.
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Our investigation also revealed that the UJS, who sent critics of Malia Bouttia on trips to Israel,
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– has received money from the Israeli Embassy.
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In 2016, Schapira launched an unsuccessful bid for the presidency of the UJS.
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He also received donations from Israel to set up a new campus-based think tank.
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He established a Pinsker Centre with former University College student Elliot Miller.
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They also confirmed for the first time that the powerful American pro-Israel lobby, AIPAC,
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– is channelling money to British campuses through the Pinsker Centre.
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Elliot Miller remains vocal in the cauldron of London student politics.
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In episode two: further evidence of Israel’s involvement in Britain’s Labour party.
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And the money Israel gives Labour MPs to help improve its image.

— സ്രോതസ്സ് aljazeera.com

Episode Two: In part two, our undercover reporter joins a delegation from the Israeli embassy at last year’s Labour Party Conference.

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Al Jazeera Investigations – The Lobby P2: The Training Session

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previously al-jazeera sent an undercover
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reporter to expose how the Israel lobby
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works in Britain how the Embassy is
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backing pro-israel youth groups at the
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center of events is the Israeli
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embassies senior political officer it’s
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the belief those are the visions
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independent but we have been Church yeah
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in part two of the lobby our undercover
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reporter gains even greater access
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within Britain’s pro-israel community
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and along the way
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Robin is groomed for a most unexpected
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mission following decades of violence a
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new challenge has emerged to Israel’s
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occupation of Palestinian lands called
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BDS that’s the global movement to
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boycott divest and impose sanctions on
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Israel and expose it as an apartheid
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state the Israeli government has
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responded with a campaign to rebrand the
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country’s image the reason we should
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fight BDS is because it’s wrong it’s a
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moral outrage
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it’s an operation run by the secretive
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Ministry of strategic affairs they
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recruit mainly former intelligence
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officers its main task is to counter BDS
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worldwide using an undercover reporter
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Al Jazeera’s investigative view that
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exposes Israel’s clandestine activities
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in London a city that’s become a major
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battleground BDS campaign in many ways
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germinated in Britain you’ll meet the
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people working to challenge BDS at every
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level of British politics
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okay this is usually like very basic
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yeah well I love is my machine one of
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Israel’s main targets is the Labour
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Party for the first time its leader is a
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champion of Palestinian civil rights I’d
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be very happy to see Jeremy Corbyn no
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longer leader of the Labour Party Patrol
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it’s a covert action that penetrates the
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heart of Britain’s democracy give you
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some happiness again if you’ll dig down
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it is outrageous interference in British
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politics it shouldn’t be permitted it’s
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a battle of ideas seeking to change not
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only how Israel is portrayed but even
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how it is debated I disagree
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[Music]
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our undercover reporter has held
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meetings with the senior political
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officer of the Israeli embassy in London
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Shai masu wants Robin to help set up a
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new youth movement allied to Britain’s
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Labour Party it will soon be time for
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the party’s annual conference and he’s
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keen that Robin attends so you’re going
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to be very huge connect about five
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people and they’re going to be an MP
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from Israel and eight young labor from
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his room he suggests Robin liaised with
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the heads of other pro-israel movements
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so look at Casa director of we believe
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in Israel that’s great guys
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so you know so Luke is a great guy for
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some time friend
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we believe it is very same sitting
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together in the offices but it’s not a
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surprise
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[Music]
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it’s break up in ER yes
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none of the best of the inside and on
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the part is seriously news not enough
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people I guess and your question is can
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t can I mention your name tour through
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shy also suggest that Robin contact
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Michael Rubin to take forward the idea
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of attracting pro-israel young people to
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labor Michael it’s okay
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we came to do that but just dig your own
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growth then you need a business partner
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[Music]
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can I claim that up your support you can
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down the dice through some June 8 2010
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but leave me support because any fights
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in depend organization knowing likes
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that’s amazing
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doing what it takes
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the empathy helpless while on an errand
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he can’t use collaborate Jovian
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like
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Google stop
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[Music]
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we work pretty places yeah
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being shy helping Rebecca
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going to keep shop today laying and oh
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we’re doing
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having been predestined for those
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procedures young Israeli embassy like
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wanted to be just English myself
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[Music]
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Kevin this is just coming clean it was
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advisor sent right in
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it’s time for members of the Labour
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Party to travel to their annual
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conference in Liverpool
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Robin sits with the Israeli delegation
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shy announces plans to establish another
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organisation in Britain this time with
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links to AIPAC America’s powerful
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pro-israel lobby and ranking hand
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[Music]
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French bistro and basically we’re doing
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lunch with a congressman for America
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we’re doing it after newspaper our
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investigation has already established
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this Israeli diplomats links to numerous
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political groups in Britain including
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the parliamentary lobby group the Labour
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friends of Israel or lfi at the
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conference Shai introduces our
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undercover reporter to Ella five members
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at their stall for the Israeli diplomat
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advises the chair of the lfi about
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Robins new role within her organization
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you just met yeah five and he’s doing it
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trying to get the young people
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oh yeah original investigation maybe I
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have to really make it they discuss
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paying for influential MPs to take a
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government-run tour of Israel and just
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now that their money 20 it’s more than 1
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million fell and now I gotta money yeah
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so from Israel hey so I miss or physical
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yeah it’s improve and then me back the
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government of Israel has already budget
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allocated to various ministries which
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can use it as they like to bring foreign
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delegations to Israel it’s part of the
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information campaign you may call his
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propaganda campaign the deputy Israeli
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ambassador to the UK arrives at the
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stall and is introduced to our
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undercover reporter row beneath the
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division and identify to bring young
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people to do oh no shy networked with
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pro-israel labor activists he offered
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assistance to the Jewish leadership
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council an influential umbrella group of
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Jewish organizations in Britain and he
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told me that there’s a couple of things
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that you are you Jen yet shot for range
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so you never thought I mean so I need to
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them a draft schedule
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[Music]
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Allyson years ago spearmint efforts from
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ask to them to help as they say anything
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they need with some suggestions of what
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to do I don’t know anything more than
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that
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and this might feel better who are
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amazingly these misty said shy but
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everyone I’m sure that’s good man love
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already
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while in Liverpool shiz confidence in
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Robin grows the Israeli diplomat even
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goes so far as to introduce him as the
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chairman of the young labor Friends of
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Israel and shy head of the delegation
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nice to meet you and functionality
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Robin learns that pro-israel activists
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are planning to attend a meeting
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organized by the Labour friends of
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Palestine in the Middle East the LF PM e
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on the way he spots Luke egg Hearst the
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prominent pro-israel operative within
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labor who shy had told Robin to contact
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excuse me
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mistake young tomorrow night hi I’m
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Robin the guy sitting up the young and a
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five yeah we’re getting four super
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innocent we have an accent progress now
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with signing off the twenty two people
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on the mailing this yeah Dick Grayson
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are you going to the event but it’s to
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the LF DME figure good time so needs
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takers are you gonna recommend that
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entertain shuttlepod from their power it
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becomes clear that as well as a cursed
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other pro-israel activists will be
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discreetly recording the event
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to that
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I charge my phone outside yes mornings
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ahead of the Palestine events one member
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of the Israeli delegation contemplates
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wearing a t-shirt promoting Israel she’s
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dying for some action
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good I would well I mean hey cuz it’s
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gonna run – these are our base our spies
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that’s why you call me that tee shot
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everyone I can get the Intel for you
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don’t worry
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while the Palestine event passed without
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incident
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controversy did follow a private
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training session organised by the Jewish
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labor movement questions
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Mike Katz works under Jeremy Newmark the
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chairman of the Jewish labor movements
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Newmark recently appointed ella rose as
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the GLM’s new director and engagement
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responses the training session was
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arranged following allegations of
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anti-semitism within the Labor Party it
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became a highly publicized matter for
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Jeremy Corbyn after an incident
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involving the former mayor of London the
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apology I’m not see apologies
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you’re disgusting now see apologies
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Livingstone a barrister
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Shami Chakrabarti launched an inquiry
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and concluded that despite and
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occasionally toxic atmosphere
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anti-semitism was not endemic within the
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party akcent ISM normal across the world
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um isn’t our people nice attitude –
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areas which we never see pressure on
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killed hundreds – Richard we have been
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12 excuse to attach it
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2014 sawed off the top India I enter any
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persons walking past the private JLM
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training session was about to have very
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public consequences for one attendee at
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the start
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it seemed relatively relaxed it was
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simply a training session and I think
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some of us had gone along there with the
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idea that it was kind of strange because
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in some ways this was going against what
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Shami Chakrabarti had actually advised
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so we wanted to see what was going on
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see SED which kicked off they recall the
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quite moment to seven classes l suspect
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in the person
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[Music]
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that is an 11-7 crease material 2014
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most Isis yeah that was one member of
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the audience challenges how the list was
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drawn up to some reason this is a person
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like Finkelstein wrote and what many
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considered a humorous post that one way
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to deal with the occupation of
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Palestinian land was to move Israel to
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the United States in the past
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anti-semitism was hating Jews for being
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Jews
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now Israel tries to extend it to say
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that this is any criticism about what
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Jews are doing is also anti-semitism if
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you question the right of Israel to be a
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Jewish state then you are not different
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from these classical anti-semites this
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goes back to the training session they
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do this by saying most Jews relate to
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Israel as being an important part of
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their identity what needs to do is
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recognize that Israel is an integral
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part the vast majority of Jewish
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therefore if you attack Israel you are
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attacking their identity got creighton
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welcome welcome platelets air is you
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need to be careful your language but
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your references for a course and what
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you might imagine really did dealer just
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might write of Israel that base right
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Israel painful to resist that’s not
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appropriate scientific fire not steam
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juice and it’s an anyway Zionism is the
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political ideology that Israel has the
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right to exist as an exclusively Jewish
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homeland in historic Palestine I’m
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Jewish
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and I’ll empty believeth the concept of
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Jewish values it is neither right to
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live in Israel or if a Palestinian is
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Guinea slice like than they so
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pinteresting maybe it’s not appropriate
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I mean really saying it’s not
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appropriate my husband out of this
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gorgeous fashion the Jews of Europe had
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the right to look for safe haven there’s
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no doubt about it
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when they were persecuted by
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anti-semitic governments and movements
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and definitely the Jews had to save
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themselves
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when this anti-semitism has turned into
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the Nazi machine of destruction and
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genocide the question is do people who
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were persecuted in Europe have the right
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to displace people of another place can
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be abused become an abuser you are fine
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ISM you know if not open to debate a
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concept that we would understand if like
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any more races
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is horrible and my feeling about how to
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tackle with Jews before it’s 20
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alongside left a black comrades I’m
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listening all right well much more talk
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of racism as well as our undercover
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reporter someone else was secretly
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recording to debate yeah I’m laughing
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because by the time the rau actually
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broke out I was on my way home I mean
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none of us thought anything about this
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training session I was in the car and
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suddenly I started to get these tweets
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coming through to me and these phone
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calls from the BBC a secretly recorded
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clip was leaked to a news outlet what
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was actually leaked were certain little
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segments that would be as controversial
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as possible as soon as I spoke if you
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like there was a ripple in the room and
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I was just constantly interrupted
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impacted it’s not actions that I’m not
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just Jewish I am black and my ancestry
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is of African enslavement only this year
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I spoke at slavery Remembrance Day and I
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spoke to a crowd in Trafalgar Square
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about the African Holocaust and that is
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what we call it you can disagree with me
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as to whether I should call that a
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Holocaust but is not anti-semitic from
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to call what happened to African people
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in the Diaspora a Holocaust people
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inflation I still haven’t heard how it
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was reported and how it was tweeted as I
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was basically saying I can’t find
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anywhere a definition of anti-semitism
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to work with there’s total nonsense I’m
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an anti-racist trainer I’ve been an
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anti-racist trainer for 40 years I’ve
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been fighting fascists and anti-semites
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on the streets for decades the incident
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caused uproar in the British media the
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Board of Deputies of British Jews called
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Walker and unapologetic Jew Bader Walker
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was suspended from the Labour Party
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pending an investigation
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shortly afterwards Robin meets the
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Embassy’s senior political officer what
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do you think of that one second okay yes
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she’s let it go
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I report every time she let me yeah yeah
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do you not
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[Music]
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in recent years there is a growing
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tendency within the government to to
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smear people who are anti Israeli or
21:08
anti Zionist also to be anti-semite but
21:11
not all anti Israelis and all and
21:15
undesigned missed our anti-semite on the
21:17
contrary if they accuse anybody of
21:23
anti-semitism it’s basically as bad as
21:26
kind of accusing somebody of being a
21:28
pedophile or a murderer you know and
21:31
it’s really hard to come back from that
21:34
[Music]
21:37
meanwhile our undercover reporter spots
21:39
Ella Rose across the road news had
21:44
broken of Ella’s former job at the
21:46
Israeli embassy which had not been
21:48
widely known she’s in tears because of
21:51
what she considers anti-semitic
21:53
harassment good it’s been a tough week
21:57
that way
21:58
especially around right essentially
22:00
Electronic Intifada release that I walk
22:03
to the embassy for jello Jackie walk has
22:05
been spamming me online a week I stand
22:07
in front of her
22:08
it was really hard it was really hard
22:11
there’s no about this video run a rally
22:16
q yeah I think about know them
22:20
oh my god when our undercover reporter
22:27
next met Ella she had regained her
22:29
composure so Jackie will find something
22:32
you know what
22:34
take that 1.2 that’s why I would have
22:48
already care oh my gosh well I kind of
22:53
that says it all I mean you know I don’t
22:56
even speak about people like that in
22:59
that way that you would take somebody
23:02
you would take somebody out and she’s
23:05
speaking about another Jewish labor
23:08
member in this way I guess breathtaking
23:12
it’s absolutely breathtaking I’m just
23:16
stunned the report that Ella worked at
23:19
the Israeli embassy had appeared in the
23:21
Electronic Intifada a pro palestinian
23:23
news website
23:25
LRO’s had been working for a year at the
23:29
Israeli embassy in London something that
23:32
wasn’t widely known at all that had been
23:35
as far as I could as 10 had been
23:37
essentially covered up beeps one the
23:42
right things about me
23:44
amazing they know they can’t win when
23:47
the debates are open so they have to do
23:48
these things behind closed doors so when
23:51
I’m outing her as an officer at the
23:54
Israeli embassy and she didn’t want that
23:56
to be publicly known yeah she’s not
23:58
gonna like that she’s gonna lash out
24:00
look at next day these people sock sock
24:07
they belong area and their existence as
24:11
far as I’m concerned they can go time
24:15
she’s worked for the Israeli states the
24:19
Israeli state talks about a war against
24:21
organizations like us it’s is a
24:24
threatening thing to hear about
24:25
absolutely what we need to have is some
24:29
investigation of this from the Labour
24:31
Party and I will be making a formal
24:34
complaint against both LRO’s and the
24:39
Jewish labor movement
24:52
I’m sorry miss Jason
24:55
[Music]
25:19
[Music]
25:58
in part three
26:00
controversy over anti-semitism continues
26:03
at the Labour conference that case
26:05
account is missing yes
26:08
and a warning from the Israeli
26:10
ambassador to pro-israel supporters in
26:12
Britain the fashion is if you were on
26:15
the net today you are help of the
26:19
peristyle Valley
26:21
no more final fantasy

— സ്രോതസ്സ് aljazeera.com

Episode Three: In part three, our undercover reporter witnesses a heated conversation between two opposing activists. The evidence raises serious questions about whether accusations of anti-Semitism are used to stifle political debate.

ആന്റി-സെമിറ്റിക് വാചാടോപം

Al Jazeera Investigations – The Lobby P3: An Anti-Semitic Trope

Episode Four: In part four, the senior political officer at the Israeli embassy in London discusses a potential plot to ‘take down’ British politicians – including a minister.

ഇല്ലാതാക്കല്‍

Al Jazeera Investigations – The Lobby P4: The Takedown

— സ്രോതസ്സ് aljazeera.com

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ഈ പ്രശ്നങ്ങള്‍ നടക്കുന്ന നാട്ടിലെ ജനങ്ങള്‍ ആ പ്രശ്നങ്ങള്‍ക്കെതിരെ സമാധാനപരമായി പ്രതികരിക്കുന്നുണ്ട്. അവര്‍ അത് ചെയ്തോളും. അക്രമി രാജ്യത്തില്‍ നിന്നുള്ള ഉല്‍പ്പന്നങ്ങളും സേവനങ്ങളും ബഹിഷ്കരിക്കുക, കാര്യങ്ങള്‍ അറിഞ്ഞിരിക്കുക എന്നതിനപ്പുറം നമുക്കതില്‍ ഒന്നും ചെയ്യാനില്ല. അതുപോലെ നാം പ്രവര്‍ത്തിക്കുന്ന മണ്ഡലത്തില്‍ ഈ അക്രമി രാജ്യത്തിന്റെ പോലുള്ള സ്വഭാവം ഉണ്ടാകാതിരിക്കാന്‍ ശ്രമിക്കുകയും വേണം.

എന്നാല്‍ ഈ വിവരങ്ങള്‍ കാരണം താങ്കള്‍ക്ക് തീവൃദേഷ്യമോ അക്രമണ പ്രതികാര താല്‍പ്പര്യമോ തൊന്നുണ്ടെങ്കില്‍ താങ്കള്‍ തീര്‍ച്ചയായും ഒരു കൌണ്‍സിലിങ്ങിന് പോകേണ്ടതാണ്. കാരണം, അല്ലെങ്കില്‍ താങ്കള്‍ ഏതോ തീവൃവാദിയുടെ ഉപകരണമായി മാറുകയും, മൊത്തം ജനങ്ങള്‍ക്കും ഒരു ഭാരമാകുകയും, യഥാര്‍ത്ഥ പ്രശ്നങ്ങളില്‍ നിന്ന് ജനശ്രദ്ധയെ മാറ്റുന്ന സാമ്രാജ്യത്വത്തിന്റെ കൂലിപ്പണിക്കാരനാകുകയും ചെയ്യും. വിവേകമാണ് നമുക്ക് വേണ്ടത്. സമാധാനപരമായ പ്രവര്‍ത്തികളേ വിജയിക്കൂ.

അതുപോലെ ഈ ജനങ്ങളുടെ കഷ്ടപ്പടിനെ പോസ്റ്ററായി ഉപയോഗിച്ച് മറ്റുള്ളവരുടെ അനുകമ്പ പിടിച്ചെടുക്കാന്‍ മതസംഘടനകള്‍ ശ്രമിക്കാറുണ്ട്. ആരോടും അനുകമ്പയോ സ്നേഹമോ കാണിക്കേണ്ട കാര്യമില്ല, പ്രത്യേകിച്ച് മതവിശ്വാസികളോട്. അവരെ വിശ്വാസത്തില്‍ നിന്നും മതത്തില്‍ നിന്നും മോചിപ്പിക്കുകയാണ് വേണ്ടത്. നിങ്ങളുടെ പ്രതികാരവാഞ്ഛ കൊണ്ടോ ദീനാനുകമ്പകൊണ്ടോ പരിഹരിക്കാവുന്ന പ്രശ്നങ്ങളല്ല ഇതൊന്നും. അവരുടെ പിടിയില്‍ പെടാതിരിക്കാന്‍ പ്രത്യേകം സൂക്ഷിക്കുക.


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ലാഭേച്ഛയില്ലാതെ പ്രവര്‍ത്തിക്കുന്ന ഒരു സ്വതന്ത്ര ജനകീയ മാധ്യമമാണ് നേരിടം. വായനക്കാരില്‍ നിന്ന് ചെറിയ തുകള്‍ ശേഖരിച്ച് പ്രവര്‍ത്തിക്കുന്ന ഞങ്ങള്‍ക്ക് താങ്കളുടെ സഹായം ആവശ്യമാണ്. അതിനാല്‍ ജനകീയ മാധ്യമത്തിന്റെ നിലനില്‍പ്പ് ആഗ്രഹിക്കുന്ന താങ്കള്‍ കഴിയുന്ന രീതിയില്‍ പങ്കാളികളാവുക.

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