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British Muslims Were Urged to Vote Labour To Further Islamic Interests

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Labour politicians urged Muslims to back their party in the run up to the general election by telling them “the Tories are whipping up hate and Islamophobia like UKIP”, and “other minorities have a greater say in the country than we do”.

British Muslim were told Jeremy Corbyn’s party would further Islamic interests via text message by two Labour councillors in Walsall in the West Midlands. Highlighting Corbyn’s support of Palestine, the messages urged people to use their ballot, arguing: “How are you going to change the system if you don’t play by the system?”

“Aoa [in the name of Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful] to all Muslim brother and sisters, this is a request to please all vote this Thursday and vote for Labour”, the memo opened.

According to the messages, obtained by Guido Fawks, the councillors wrote: “PASS ON TO ALL OF YOUR CONTACTS! Labour with Jeremy Corbyn is the only choice we have in this election.

“He has opposed wars in the Middle East, had lobbied for the Palestinians and even vowed to recognise Palestine immediately after he is elected.

“Who else has promised us this? For those of you who do not believe in voting, how are you going to change the system if you don’t play by the system.



One of them denies it. Who would admit to that once caught? And the other one won't make any comment. However, after seeing the way politicians will stoop to ANY level, even as low as treason, to keep their position, I'm inclined to believe it! 

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