It’s who they are, what they do…
Corbyn and the terror chief: Labour leader shared a platform with a senior member of Palestinian group that murdered a British rabbi in synagogue attack a month later
Jeremy Corby – who was then an MP – stood alongside Maher al-Taher, the exiled leader of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP), at a ceremony in 2014 (main).
A month later, Taher’s group claimed responsibility for a terror attack in which four rabbis were slaughtered during their morning prayers, The Times reported. One rabbi murdered by the PFLP was Briton Avraham Shmuel Goldberg, 68 (inset).