Voting for Corbyn

JEREMY Corbyn has made it quite clear he seeks the “right of return” for all Palestinians, which would effectively end the Jewish-majority state.

Luckily, he has no power to go against the UN mandate which only recognises a future two-state solution brought by an agreed peace agreement, as adopted by the League of Nations under treaty in 1922.

However, he will, if elected, make it very difficult for Britain to trade with Israel. For that fact alone, Jewish voters must consider their position at a general election.

Anthony Levine,
17 Rockmount Close,

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