BBC Radio 4 News today "discussed anti-semitism" because of muslim Labour MP Naz Shah's proposal to deport all Jews to the US. However, every person BBC gave airtime used the opportunity to equate "islamophobia" . Couldn'tThe scars Muhammad* produced on the Jews in Medina have not been treated.
* According to muslim "scholars". However, for a historically true (albeit equally bloody) history about islam, read Klevius).
Klevius question to BBC: Couldn't BBC find anyone capable of seeing the difference between a worldwide 1.6 billion muslim Umma nation (OIC) and the Jewish Holocaust victims - today represented by less than 10 million believing Jews scattered over the world - except extremely rare in muslim countries.
Most "islamophobes", incl. Klevius, limit their criticism of islam and muslims to where islam (e.g. Saudi based and steered OIC) violate and offend the most basic of Human Rights. That this "islamophobia" inevitably reveals the evilness (measured by basic Human Rights standards) of islam is not a product of "islamophobes" but of islam itself.
Labour's anti-Semitism crisis
February 16 2016
Oxford University Labour Club co-chair resigns after claiming that its members have "some kind of problem with Jews" and sympathise with terrorist groups like Hamas.
Two former shadow Cabinet ministers, Michael Dugher MP and Rachel Reeves MP, accuse Jeremy Corbyn of trying to “bury” the Party’s problem with anti-Semitism after refusing to publish an investigation into harassment of Jewish students at Oxford University.
Vicki Kirby, the vice chair of the Labour’s Woking branch is suspended after tweeting that Jews have “big noses” and “slaughter the oppressed”. MPs attacked the Party leadership after they initially refused to suspend her.
Jeremy Newmark, national chair of the Jewish Labour Movement, says Jeremy Corbyn is "impotent” in his failure to tackle a resurgence of anti-Semitic views
Labour peer Lord Levy threatens to leave his party unless Jeremy Corbyn publicly rejects antisemitic comments made by party members.
Labour Chancellor John McDonnell says he wants to take a “harder line” against anti-Semitism, adding that anyone making anti-Semitic remarks should be thrown out of the party
President of the Board of Deputies of British Jews warns that Jeremy Corbyn is "failing to lead" Labour away from a damaging trend of anti-Semitism
Labour councillor Aysegul Gurbuz is suspended over a series of anti-Semitic tweets in which she praised Hitler as the “greatest man in history” and said she hoped Iran would use a “nuclear weapon” to “wipe Israel off the map”.
Labour MP Naz Shah is suspended after backing calls for Israel to “relocate” to America. She had resigned as an aide to the Party’s shadow chancellor the previous day, but Jeremy Corbyn was criticised by MPs for initially declining to suspend her from the party whip.
Ken Livingstone becomes embroiled in the row. In a BBC interview he defends Naz Shah, saying, "I’ve never heard anybody say anything anti-Semitic, but there’s been a very well-orchestrated campaign by the Israel lobby to smear anybody who criticises Israeli policy as anti-Semitic."
The resulting outcry leads to his suspension from the Labour party.