George Galloways is “very clear that there is a difference between anti-Zionism and anti-Semitism,” his spokesman insisted.

Speaking to Jewish News following our report of strong pro-Palestinian sentiment in a key area by Batley and Spen ahead of next month’s by-election, the spokesman also said there had been “no” incidents of anti-Semitism in Galloway’s campaign to date have given.

Galloway’s adviser said: “We made it clear in our daily briefings that anyone with anti-Semitic views is not welcome if someone says something anti-Semitic.”

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When asked about Galloway’s view of whether Labor had become a “Zionist party” under the leadership of Sir Keir Starmer, the spokesman said, “I didn’t speak to George today, but when I see him I will get you to answer. “

When told that some voters in the Batley area had suggested yesterday that Galloway was a Muslim ‘revert’ even now, the spokesman said,” This is a matter between George and God.

“He believes in God, but his belief is a thing between him and God.”

The narrator also suggested that claims that Galloway’s campaign ended up in a Tory victory on Jan. July would result were wrong.

“We’re about to win,” said the consultant. “It’s the Labor Party that can’t win. Speak to a local Kirklees Labor councilor and they will tell you the party’s advertising return is so bad it can’t win.

Labor has yet to respond to a request for comment on the party’s campaign at headquarters.

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