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- Hamas: Islamist causes claim more of Mr Corbyn’s attention. Others on the Left may support negotiating with Hamas, whose aim remains the complete destruction of Israel and which continues to kill civilians, but no other MP does so with quite the frequency and fervour of Mr Corbyn. In February 2013, he and his wife travelled to Gaza thanks to a £2,800 gift from Interpal, a British charity banned by the US government as “part of the funding network of Hamas” and as a terrorist organisation in its own right.
- IRA terrorists: calling for British withdrawal from Northern Ireland and paying tribute to deceased terrorists. defenders call him ahead of his time; his opponents say that, by giving the IRA hope that the armed struggle was working, he and others on the Left actually prolonged the conflict.(Telegraph).
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Jeremy Corbyn: Death of Osama Bin Laden was a tragedy and left world more dangerous mmc news
JEREMY CORBYN has been blasted for describing the death of 9/11 mastermind Osama Bin Laden as a “tragedy”.
The Labour leadership favourite said killing the former head of the terror super group al-Qaeda left the world a “more dangerous” place.
The slip-up came during an interview with Press TV, the English-language mouthpiece of the Iranian government.
He said: “There was no attempt whatsoever that I can see to arrest him and put him on trial, to go through that process.
In the clip – which aired in 2011, shortly after Bin Laden’s death - he continued: “The World Trade Center was a tragedy, the attack on Afghanistan was a tragedy, the war in Iraq was a tragedy. Tens of thousands of people have died.
“The next stage will be an attempted assassination on Gaddafi and so it will go on.
"This will just make the world more dangerous and worse and worse and worse.”