Petition launched: Labour MPs to debate LFI censure after massacre apologism

Following widespread outrage about the Labour Friends of Israel (LFI) response to the massacre of almost sixty unarmed protesters and the wounding of thousands more, Labour members have launched a petition calling on the party’s MPs to debate censure of the group, which is not an official Labour Party affiliate:

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LFI’s initial response to the killing of Palestinians was to point the finger of blame at Palestinians and away from those firing the bullets. That statement was subsequently deleted, but too late to prevent revulsion.

To sign the petition, visit its homepage here.

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