Greens leader Adam Bandt keeps the party away from Julian Burnside’s tweets

The International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance, to which Australia is a member, provides 11 examples in the definition of what constitutes anti-Semitism, such as “drawing a comparison between modern Israeli and Nazi policies.”

Dr. Dvir Abramovich, chairman of the Anti-Semitic Commission, was “extremely disappointed” that he did not directly condemn “the sarcastic exploitation of the Holocaust,” admitting that Mr. Band was aware of the surge in anti-Semitism. I did. ” “It was done simply to demonize the Israelis and earn political points,” Burnside said.

“Leaders need to take the lead, and this opportunity justifies Mr. Band’s full condemnation of Mr. Burnside’s dislike of manipulating the deaths and distortions of millions. “Dr. Abramovich said.

“Such rhetoric only poisons and crudes public debate. I call on Mr. Band to consider whether Mr. Burnside belongs to the Greens.”

Burnside, 72, has failed to enter Congress twice, but more recently. Greens pre-selection to fill Senate seats in Richard Di Natale, Indigenous activist Lydia Thorpe won. He decided to oppose standing as a candidate in the next election.

Mr. Burnside, who was made an officer of the Order of Australia for his service as a human rights defender, said Sydney Morning Herald When Age: “Anyone who knows me knows that I am not an anti-Semitic.” But he said he would not apologize for criticizing the Israeli government’s treatment of Palestinians.

Read the article by quintontahir in Sydney News Today.