Respect Party

Respect Party

Respect is a socialist political party in England and Wales founded in 2004. Its name is a contrived acronym standing for Respect, Equality, Socialism, Peace, Environmentalism, Community and Trade Unionism.

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Respect Party - Criticisms of Respect - Antisemitism
... Abul Hussain, one of Respect's national council members posted antisemitic comments on Facebook and was expelled from the party ... The Respect Party stated that "such views are demonstrably incompatible with party membership." On September 30, 2012, Naz Kahn, the woman’s officer for Respect, commented on Facebook that history ... for George Galloway said that Ms Kahn’s comments were made before she joined the party and that she now "deeply regrets and repudiates that posting" ...
Yvonne Ridley - Her Views
... of America that is festering in the Middle East" and further that her party, the Respect Party, "is a Zionist-free party.. ... if there was any Zionism in the Respect Party they would be hunted down and kicked out ... were "riddled with Zionists." At a meeting of the Respect party on 6 June 2006, following the Forest Gate raid, Ridley urged all Muslims in Britain to "boycott the police and refuse to co-operate with them in ...

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