The Genius of Jeremy Corbyn

The much-documented anti-Semitism of the British Labor party leader is no accident.

British Labor leader Jeremy Corbyn on January 10, 2019 in Wakefield, England. Ian Forsyth/Getty Images.

British Labor leader Jeremy Corbyn on January 10, 2019 in Wakefield, England. Ian Forsyth/Getty Images.

Observation
Jan. 16 2019
About the author

Tamara Berens, a former Krauthammer Fellow at Mosaic, is the director of young professional programming at the Tikvah Fund.

For most of his career, before being unexpectedly elected as leader of the British Labor party in September 2015, Jeremy Corbyn was a backbench politician of hard-left views, an active supporter of anti-Western causes in general, and an outspoken proponent of the anti-Israel cause in particular.

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