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 is a Krauthammer fellow at Mosaic.


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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