George Galloway: bending his own rules on Israelis

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George Galloway is hitting the headlines again after storming out of a debate with an Oxford student after he realised his opponent was an Israeli national:

 

 

If the above picture is anything to go by, Galloway is partial to, errr, bending his own rules when it comes to Israelis. The publicity-hungry Bradford MP is arm-in-arm with notorious spoon interferer Uri Geller, who was wounded in action as an IDF paratrooper during the Six-Days War — the conflict in which Israel conquered the West Bank.

What a schmuck.

8 Comments

  1. Jason says:

    I’d have refused to share a platform with anyone wearing that jumper, but that’s another matter.

  2. Jimmy says:

    Apparently Geller has claimed that Galloway had been entirely straight and honest prior to this experiment.

  3. Smell the glove says:

    Geller may have bent George’s resolve ?

  4. Chris L says:

    Whilst Galloway references BDS in his tweet, it’s worth reading was the Palestinian Boycott Divestment and Sanctions national committee (in Palestine) actually say:

    “BDS does not call for a boycott of individuals because she or he happens to be Israeli or because they express certain views.”

    http://www.bdsmovement.net/2013/bds-movement-position-on-boycott-of-individuals-10679

  5. Ethan says:

    Galloway is bent enough without involving poor innocents lke Uri.

  6. احمد says:

    JIDF is on Reddit! Watch out!!

  7. [...] Update 9: It should be pointed out that Galloway does like some Israelis, Uri Geller is one example. The Political Scrapbook spotted this anomaly ages ago. [...]

  8. GSilver says:

    IDF para’s are nails … perhaps Gorgeous thought Mr Geller was from wales

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