By, Sabrina Miller, Editor
Anti-Semitism has turned up to a costume party dressed up as legitimate criticism of Israel and has won the award for most unoriginal costume idea.
Anti-Semitism, has decided to go as legitimate criticism of Israel for the 72ndyear in a row.
Though this costume has proven unpopular amongst the majority of Jews, Jeremy Corbyn, Chris Williamson and Bristol Uni’s David Miller have all praised Anti-Semitism’s disguise.
In a statement Corbyn told Oy Vey magazine “I love Anti-Semitism’s disguise, it is really convincing. I mean if not liking the Jewish homeland, Jewish people who live there or anything that Jews have done or achieved is anti-Semitic, then fine, shoot me, I’m anti-Semitic!
Look just because I only criticise Israel and ignore all other human rights abuses in all other countries does not make me anti-Semite. You can’t campaign on every issue; you’ve got to pick your battles, and I’ve picked to battle the homeland of the Jewish people!”
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