Labour Against Zionist Islamophobic Racism

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FounderPete Gregson

Labour Against Zionist Islamophobic Racism (LAZIR) is a campaign group, launched on 1 June 2019, of Labour Party members declaring Israel to be a racist endeavour, asking Labour's NEC to abandon full IHRA definition of antisemitism and aiming to kick Zionism out of the Labour Party.[1]

Change petition

In a change.org petition, with some 2,500 signatories, LAZIR's founder Pete Gregson set out the group's aims and policies:

Making free speech on Israel possible again in the Labour Party will take more that just this petition. We need a campaigning group that stops the creeping Zionism that pollutes politics in the UK, most especially that is so corrosive in Labour. We need to build a network of activists across the UK, working in a concerted manner against the toxic Jewish Labour Movement, in a campaign to allow us to decry apartheid in Israel without being branded "anti-semites". So I want to invite you to review the aims and policies of the body below, and sign up if you want to be a member.[2]

 

Related Document

TitleTypePublication dateAuthor(s)Description
Document:LAZIR condemns persecution of prospective Member of Parliament by Israel lobby groupsArticle3 June 2019Nureddin SabirLAZIR described the attacks on Lisa Forbes by the Board of Deputies of British Jews, the Jewish Leadership Council, and the Israeli secret service-linked Community Security Trust as “outrageous”.


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