Margaret Hodge’s horror at Israel doesn’t ring true

Margaret Hodge: do you think she’s sincere?

Apparently a Jewish woman who helped drive many of her fellow Jews out of the Labour Party for anti-Israel sentiment hasn’t been to that country since 1994 and is shocked to discover the apartheid it operates against Palestinians.

Does that ring true to you?

Or is she just professing horror in order to validate her own behaviour over the last few years?

It’s a bit complicated but here’s the journalist Jonathan Cook to explain:

What do you think? Is it more deception?

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2 thoughts on “Margaret Hodge’s horror at Israel doesn’t ring true

  1. flttymartyn

    Hodge is a truly horrible woman! The best that could happen is if she loses her seat before the next election!

  2. cyrilwilson3856

    With a plethora of anti-democratic laws in the process of passing into UK law, Robert Jenrick announced that the UK government was “working to outlaw BDS in the UK” and planned to take action in the next few months. Discovering Margaret Hodge’s record on this particular bolstering of Israeli interests may give some additional clues?

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