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George Galloway ist ein britischer Politiker. Er vertrat seit den Unterhauswahlen bis Mai 20neu gegründete Respect The Unity Coalition im Unterhaus als Abgeordneter für den Wahlkreis „Bethnal Green & Bow“ im Osten Londons. George Galloway (* August in Dundee) ist ein britischer Politiker. Er vertrat seit den Unterhauswahlen bis Mai 20neu gegründete. George Galloway an der "Rage Against Israel" Kundgebung in London. Foto Maddy Cozins / vittingekyrka.se, CC BY Lesezeit: 6. von George Galloway · (1). 5,59 €. The Dunkirk evacuation has failed and only a few divisions have escaped, while , of their comrades remain trapped. Galloway ist im vergangenen Oktober aus der Labour Party geworfen worden. Der Schotte hatte Tony Blair und George Bush vorgeworfen, sie.

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She was a presenter in the past but expressed a number of concerning views. Opposition parties have condemned the comments and questioned why Galloway is prepared to share a platform with Mathieson.

We have socialists, liberals and conservatives in our team and most have never stood for election before. She knows better now.

A survey carried out by YouGov earlier this month found 53 per cent of people were now in favour of breaking away from the UK.

Deputy leader Jamie Blackett is an Old Etonian and classmate of Boris Johnson who owns an estate on the Solway Firth and is a supporter of fox hunting.

Meanwhile, Professor Alan Sked, who is expected to stand on the Highlands and Islands list, is the original founder of Ukip. Labour leader Richard Leonard revealed he was contacted by Galloway but was not interested in an alliance.

Scottish Lib Dems leader Willie Rennie is also understood to have rejected the idea and the Scottish Conservatives have ruled out any agreement.

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A report by the then-majority Republican Party staff of the United States Senate Committee on Investigations published in October asserted that Galloway had "knowingly made false or misleading statements under oath".

It also asserts that Galloway and the Mariam Appeal received eight allocations of oil from the Iraqi government amounting to 23 million barrels from to The proceeds from the sale benefited the cause and Mr Galloway".

Galloway reiterated his denial of the charges and challenged the US Senate committee to charge him with perjury.

CNN 's website reported him as saying: "I'm demanding to be prosecuted. I'm begging to be prosecuted for perjury".

Galloway also said the claim Aziz had told investigators he had benefited financially, via Zureikat, from the Oil for Food programme had been rejected by Aziz, via his French lawyers.

For Volcker's report, Aziz was interviewed, but his account on this occasion differed from the one he had given the Senate, a change they considered unconvincing.

Galloway announced in December that he would not force a by-election and did not intend to contest the next general election in Glasgow.

His Glasgow Kelvin seat was to be split between three constituencies for the next general election. Galloway wrote in an article for The Guardian at the end of October that he would soon be part of a coalition consisting of the "red, green, anti-war, Muslim and other social constituencies radicalised by the war.

After the European Parliamentary election results became known, in which Galloway stood in London, [] but did not gain a seat, he announced that he would stand in East London at the next general election.

The ensuing electoral campaign in the seat proved to be a difficult one with heated exchanges between Galloway, Oona King the incumbent Labour MP for Bethnal Green and Bow , and their respective supporters.

Galloway and Respect threatened to sue King, whose mother is Jewish , if she repeated her assertion in the Evening Standard on 10 April which reported her as saying: "I have been told by several people that members of Respect have told Muslim voters "not to vote for me because I am Jewish"".

Galloway was asked at a hustings early in the campaign why he was standing against one of only two Black female MPs to which he replied that King had "voted to kill a lot of women in the last few years.

Many of them had much darker skins than her". Galloway said at a hustings event that the Labour Government had been pursuing a "war on Muslims" while King said her stance against Saddam Hussein had been "principled".

Both the Labour and Respect candidates were given police protection. On 5 May , Galloway gained the seat from the Labour Party with a narrow majority of votes, and denounced the returning officer for alleged discrepancies in the electoral process.

During the BBC's election night coverage, Jeremy Paxman asked Galloway about whether he was happy to have removed one of the few black women in parliament, He replied: "I don't believe that people get elected because of the colour of their skin.

I believe that people get elected because of their record and because of their policies". Galloway "shouldn't be barred from running against me because I'm a black woman.

I was not defined, or did not wish to be defined, by either my ethnicity or religious background". It emerged in a Channel 4 Dispatches programme in that the Islamic Forum of Europe , which advocates sharia law , had been involved in campaigning for Galloway in the Bethnal Green constituency.

In a secretly recorded speech at a dinner shortly after his election, Galloway said that the involvement of the IFE had played "the decisive role" in his win.

The Respect Party split in the autumn of , with the Socialist Workers' Party and Galloway's wing of Respect blaming each other for what he described as a "car crash on the left".

He received 8, votes coming third after the Labour and Conservative candidates. Galloway faced a claim at the time from Hilary Armstrong , Labour's Chief Whip, that he should "respect his constituents, not his ego".

It had been assumed, McKay said, that Galloway's comments about politics would not be cut. Galloway wrote in a column for The Independent newspaper in November writing that his "antics on Big Brother " had "raised tens of thousands of pounds for the" Interpal charity and paid for an "extra caseworker in my constituency".

On 17 July , following a four-year inquiry, the House of Commons Select Committee on Standards and Privileges published its sixth report.

The Parliamentary Commissioner for Standards , in an addendum to the report, concluded that there was no evidence that Galloway gained any personal benefit from either the former Iraqi administration, or from the Oil-for-Food Programme , but admitted that some documents had been unavailable to him.

It found that Galloway's use of parliamentary resources to support his work on the Mariam Appeal "went beyond what was reasonable" and "we recommend that he apologise to the House, and be suspended from its service for a period of 18 actual sitting days.

Galloway's suspension was not intended to be immediate, and he was given the opportunity to defend himself in front of the committee members in the House of Commons on 23 July During the debate, Galloway repeatedly called into question the motives of the members of the Select Committee, in particular claiming that some of them were members of a political organisation named "Indict" and were persecuting him for speaking out against the Iraq War.

Speaker Michael Martin warned Galloway that his accusations were not relevant to the matter at hand, but he rejected the warning and responded by saying that Martin would have to order him out of the house if he had any issue with the accusations.

Martin therefore named Galloway, leading to the attending members voting to trigger his suspension from parliament that day rather than wait until after the summer recess as had been recommended.

It has nothing to do with Jewishness. Some of the biggest Zionists in the world are not Jews. These people have used Jewish people.

During an interview for Al Jazeera television on 17 November , he said his election as MP earlier in the year was "despite all the efforts made by the British government, the Zionist movement and the newspapers and news media which are controlled by Zionism".

According to Julius, Galloway merely refers to the "right-wing press" in the British media, whereas he has the habit of adding the word "Zionist" when speaking on television in the Arab world.

Israel is doing what America wants it to do and to argue otherwise is to go down the dark tunnel of racist antisemitism ". At a 22 July demonstration and later in a Socialist Worker op-ed , Galloway stated that " Hizbollah has never been a terrorist organisation.

It is the legitimate national resistance movement of Lebanon", on the basis that they are, in his opinion, "freedom fighters".

During the — Israel—Gaza conflict , also known as Operation Cast Lead, Galloway commented in his speech at an event in Trafalgar Square on 3 January "Today, the Palestinian people in Gaza are the new Warsaw Ghetto , and those who are murdering them are the equivalent of those who murdered the Jews in Warsaw in ".

They are determined to act", he told Cole Moreton writing for The Independent , adding, "We say, 'Don't be lured by the siren voices of separatism and extremism — join with us and express your anger politically, in a way that will be peaceful, non-violent, and not cost you your life, but will not cost other people their lives either".

The convoy arrived in Gaza on 9 March, [] accompanied by approximately extra trucks of aid donated by Libya's Gaddafi Foundation.

On 10 March , Galloway announced at a press conference in Gaza City attended by several senior Hamas officials: "We are giving you now vehicles and all of their contents, and we make no apology for what I am about to say.

They had been attempting to help take about aid trucks into the Gaza Strip. They were driven by the police to the airport and placed on a plane bound for London.

The Foreign Ministry of Egypt released a statement reading: "George Galloway is considered persona non grata and will not be allowed to enter into Egypt again".

Shortly after his deportation, Galloway said, "It is a badge of honour to be deported by a dictatorship" and "I've been thrown out of better joints than that.

Viva Palestina was registered as a charity in April but, following its continued non-submission of accounts, ceased to be recognised as a charitable organisation in November Galloway has worked for the Iranian state-run satellite television channel, Press TV since Galloway also said: "There are many things wrong with Iran.

One thing they do have is elections. They elected a president that you or I might not have voted for but I am in no doubt that Ahmadinejad won the presidential election" held in Galloway asserted on The Wright Stuff chat show 13 March that the executed boyfriend of gay Iranian asylum seeker Mehdi Kazemi was executed for " sex crimes " rather than for being gay.

Galloway also stated on The Wright Stuff that the case of gay rights in Iran was being used by supporters of a war with Iran. Scott Long , writing in The Guardian on 31 March, criticised Galloway's claim that "homosexuals are not executed in Iran, just rapists," pointing out that current law in the country stipulates that "Penetrative sex acts between men can bring death on the first conviction.

Galloway said of Ashtiani's sentence during the interview: "Every so often an issue comes along which is seized upon by the enemies of Iran and it becomes a heavy problem and magnified According to Martin Fletcher in The Times , Ahmadinejad gave "mendacious answers" which "went unchallenged by his obsequious interlocutor".

After the resignation of Labour MP Marsha Singh due to ill health, Galloway returned to parliament at the March Bradford West by-election in an unexpected landslide result, with Galloway calling it "the most sensational victory in British political history.

The election campaign was marked by controversy, in particular over the role of sectarianism , Baradari clan networks, and allegations about rivals' lack of "Islamic values" [] [] [] Andrew Gilligan noted in The Daily Telegraph that Galloway had won in wards with a predominantly white electorate as well as those with a majority Muslim population.

In late , Galloway became Leader of the Respect Party. Galloway was criticised for comments he made in August on the legal case involving Wikileaks' Julian Assange in a podcast released on YouTube.

Galloway stated that "I think that Julian Assange's personal sexual behaviour is something sordid, disgusting, and I condemn it.

Galloway continued by stating: "But even taken at its worst, if the allegations made by these two women were true, per cent true, and even if a camera in the room captured them, they don't constitute rape, at least not rape as anyone with any sense can possibly recognise it.

According to British barrister Felicity Gerry, Galloway's description of rape is not correct under English law. Galloway subsequently lost his job as a columnist for Holyrood , a Scottish political magazine, for refusing to apologise for his remarks, [] and subject to a No platform policy by the National Union of Students.

On 20 February , Galloway walked out of a publicised debate when he found out that his opponent had Israeli citizenship. The debate, hosted by Oxford University 's Christ Church , [] was on the topic "Israel should withdraw immediately from the West Bank ".

When Aslan-Levy acknowledged his joint British-Israeli nationality, [] Galloway stood up and stated "I don't recognize Israel and I don't debate with Israelis" and left the meeting.

The reason is simple: no recognition, no normalisation. Just boycott , divestment and sanctions , until the apartheid state is defeated.

I never debate with Israelis nor speak to their media. If they want to speak about Palestine — the address is the PLO.

Galloway later claimed on his Twitter feed that he had been "misled", writing that "Christ Church never informed us that the debate would be with an Israeli.

Referring indirectly to his encounter with Aslan-Levy, Galloway said that he had worked with Jewish anti-apartheid activists in South Africa, adding "So Jews don't have to be on the side of apartheid".

Galloway is praising these people, but he is doing so by holding them up as examples of good Jews that other Jews should emulate, not as anti-apartheid campaigners that everyone should emulate.

On 2 August , during the Israel—Gaza conflict , Galloway delivered a speech at a public meeting in Leeds. We have declared Bradford an Israel-free zone.

We don't want any Israeli goods, we don't want any Israeli services, we don't want any Israeli academics coming to the university or the college, we don't even want any Israeli tourists to come to Bradford even if any of them had thought of doing so.

We reject this illegal, barbarous, savage state that calls itself Israel. And you have to do the same. Galloway's remarks drew sharp criticism from British politicians and Jewish leaders.

Daniel Taub , the Israeli ambassador to the UK, visited Bradford on 18 August in response to an invitation, where he met with local councillors, faith leaders and community representatives.

West Yorkshire Police investigated two complaints to determine if Galloway's words constituted hate speech British law prohibits discrimination based on nationality.

On 29 August , Galloway was assaulted in Notting Hill by Neil Masterson, a convert to Judaism , [] [] [] [] and suffered a bruised rib and severe bruising on his head and face.

Masterson was also fined for harassment. On 13 October , Galloway abstained from a vote in the House of Commons formally recognising Palestine because the motion included the recognition of Israel as well.

On the Respect website he advocated a one-state solution. Galloway said that he would issue a suit for defamation against her.

Heinze wrote that "any example she could cite would probably persuade some and not others. Even if an overwhelming majority were unpersuaded, a highly popular opinion does not create an objectively verifiable fact.

During a hustings meeting in Galloway's Bradford West constituency on 8 April during the general election heated exchanges occurred between Galloway and the Labour candidate, Naz Shah.

Galloway accused her of lying about her forced marriage which had been the subject of an open letter written by Shah and released to the media after her selection as a candidate.

But you were not You were and-a-half". He then produced what he said was her nikah , a Muslim marriage certificate. Shah alleged at the event that Galloway's representative in Pakistan impersonated her deceased father to acquire the nikah.

Galloway accused Shah of favouring Israel. At one point during the campaign, Galloway tweeted a picture of Israelis waving Israeli flags with the caption "Thank you for electing Naz Shah".

The image was juxtaposed with another, showing Palestinians celebrating his own supposedly imminent victory. Galloway was defeated at the general election.

On 10 May , Galloway announced an intention to challenge the result, alleging that false statements and malpractice related to postal votes during the campaign meant that the result of the election should be set aside, [] but did not do so.

I was quite shocked; it was appalling. It emerged in January that Galloway's reimbursed expense claim for the rent of his constituency office in Bradford West has been forwarded by the Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority IPSA to the Metropolitan Police , which was then at the early assessment stage.

During his unsuccessful general election campaign to be re-elected for Bradford West, Galloway announced that he would stand in the election for London mayor in if he lost, [] [] an intention he confirmed on Twitter on 28 May.

After second preference were accounted for, Sadiq Khan became mayor of London. If he wins it will change everything Following Ken Livingstone 's much criticised comments in late April concerning Adolf Hitler and Zionism, Galloway supported Livingstone's argument.

He said: "If Corbyn wins a big victory — and I think he will — then that should be, and it's important that it is, the final burial of Blair and Blairism.

It was announced on 21 March that Galloway was standing as an independent candidate at the Manchester Gorton by-election set for 4 May, following the death of Sir Gerald Kaufman in February.

Gorton had been one of Labour's safest seats at the general election. Galloway subsequently transferred his candidacy to the general election.

At the election, Labour easily retained the seat; Galloway came a distant third with 5. Meanwhile, on 20 June , Galloway lost a libel action brought by Aisha Ali-Khan, his assistant for six months in The case was heard in the High Court.

His counsel apologised on Galloway's behalf, and accepted that he had made "defamatory accusations". Ali-Khan will receive a "five-figure sum" in damages and her legal costs.

In Galloway brought an action that Ali-Khan had breached this undertaking 26 times, which Ali-Khan admitted, and in April the High Court imprisoned Ali-Khan for 12 weeks for contempt of court , describing her action as "deliberate, flagrant, persistent and inexcusable".

Ali-Khan had been found guilty of contempt of court on a previous occasion. In the general election , Galloway contested the Parliamentary seat of West Bromwich East as an independent, describing himself as supportive of Corbyn's leadership but also supportive of Brexit.

On 14 December, Galloway launched the Workers Party of Britain, which describes itself as "economically radical with an independent foreign policy" and "unequivocally committed to class politics".

Galloway expressed support for the Syrian presence in Lebanon five months before it ended, telling the Lebanese Daily Star in August "Syrian troops in Lebanon maintain stability and protect the country from Israel".

In the same article he expressed his opposition to United Nations Security Council Resolution , which urged the Lebanese Government to establish control over all its territory.

Of Bashar al-Assad , and the country he leads, he said during a visit to the University of Damascus in November "For me he is the last Arab ruler, and Syria is the last Arab country.

It is the fortress of the remaining dignity of the Arabs". Galloway again praised the government of Assad in a leaked email to Assad's advisor Bouthaina Shaaban when asking for help in a Viva Palestina convoy and reminded her of previous help from the Syrian government for the campaign.

Galloway said in a July interview on Hezbollah's Al-Manar station: "Bashar Assad wants reform and change, to realise the aspirations of his people".

In the early stages of the Civil War when Assad was reported as "perpetrating massacres of his own people" , opponents were "trying to pressure Syria and President Assad because of the good things that he did, such as supporting Palestinian and Lebanese resistance and rejecting to surrender to Israel".

A month later, in an August piece for the Al Jazeera website, Galloway wrote he "was never close to the Syrian regime" and acknowledged its "authoritarian character, its police state mentality", and the "rampant" corruption "much of it concentrated around his [Assad's] own family".

But if peaceful change is not possible, then violent change is inevitable. I wholly support the Syrian people's demands for democratic government.

I just don't support armed intervention in Syria, any more than I supported it in any other country in the region".

The question is: is it mad enough to do it? In a House of Commons debate on 26 September he opposed military action by the west against the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant ISIL insurgency group, which he called a "death cult", and instead advocated military action from the regional powers.

Galloway has long supported devolution for Scotland, but opposes Scottish independence. In the run-up to the Scottish independence referendum , held on 18 September , Galloway was dismissive of the official Better Together campaign because it also involved Conservatives and Liberal Democrats, and he believed its leader, Alistair Darling , to be ineffective.

Galloway's argument against independence was based on a defence of "class" over "nationality". He told Serena Kutchinsky in an interview for Prospect magazine: "If we lose this vote the possibility of a real Labour government, or any kind of Labour government, in the rest of UK will be gone".

In , he said: "It is a country with no democracy or freedom of any kind. It is a country that exports terrorism around the world and funds terrorism and extremism around the world.

We should have nothing whatsoever to do with them. Modi was accused of initiating and condoning the Gujarat riots against India's Muslim minority.

We are allies in one cause. Like Churchill and Stalin". In an announcement on Twitter, he said that "given the nature of Labour's Euro-fanatic candidates list and the crucial juncture we have reached in the fight for the full implementation of the Brexit referendum result and for one-time only I will be supporting Nigel Farage in next months elections.

In August , editions of Galloway's programmes The Real Deal and Comment programme for Press TV , a London-based news channel controlled by the government of Iran, were found by the British broadcasting regulator Ofcom to have breached its broadcasting code on impartiality.

Al Mayadeen reportedly has connections with Iran and the Assad government in Syria, and has been accused of supporting the Assad government, a claim Galloway has rejected.

He is a regular contributor to RT's other programming. In an overview of the broadcasting organisations Galloway works for, Tom Rogan in the National Review in April described him as being "a Western puppet for tyranny's propagandists".

Galloway began to broadcast on Talkradio which launched in March as a sister station to Talksport in June Amongst his many monologues, he said that if Scotland were to leave the UK and join the EU "it would not be a good thing for his fellow countrymen", and has condemned the BBC as a "national disgrace".

Concerning the Iraq War , he said he would not rest "until Tony Blair is brought to justice", and in announced plans to try and prosecute Alastair Campbell.

He said that this referred to a number of Tottenham fans who were flying the flag of Israel in the crowd, showing "an affiliation to a ' racist state '".

In , he married Elaine Fyffe, with whom he has a daughter. In , Galloway married Dr. Amineh Abu-Zayyad, a biologist of Palestinian origin, in an Islamic ceremony ; [] a civil ceremony followed around Galloway married Rima Husseini, his former researcher, in a non-legally binding Islamic ceremony in He stated at a March rally "We stand for justice and haqq " and "A Muslim is somebody who is not afraid of earthly power but who fears only the Judgment Day.

According to Jemima Khan , writing for the New Statesman in April , Galloway became a Muslim around , but had not advertised this fact. It is simply and categorically untrue.

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It had been assumed, McKay said, that Galloway's comments about politics would not be cut. Galloway wrote in a column for The Independent newspaper in November writing that his "antics on Big Brother " had "raised tens of thousands of pounds for the" Interpal charity and paid for an "extra caseworker in my constituency".

On 17 July , following a four-year inquiry, the House of Commons Select Committee on Standards and Privileges published its sixth report. The Parliamentary Commissioner for Standards , in an addendum to the report, concluded that there was no evidence that Galloway gained any personal benefit from either the former Iraqi administration, or from the Oil-for-Food Programme , but admitted that some documents had been unavailable to him.

It found that Galloway's use of parliamentary resources to support his work on the Mariam Appeal "went beyond what was reasonable" and "we recommend that he apologise to the House, and be suspended from its service for a period of 18 actual sitting days.

Galloway's suspension was not intended to be immediate, and he was given the opportunity to defend himself in front of the committee members in the House of Commons on 23 July During the debate, Galloway repeatedly called into question the motives of the members of the Select Committee, in particular claiming that some of them were members of a political organisation named "Indict" and were persecuting him for speaking out against the Iraq War.

Speaker Michael Martin warned Galloway that his accusations were not relevant to the matter at hand, but he rejected the warning and responded by saying that Martin would have to order him out of the house if he had any issue with the accusations.

Martin therefore named Galloway, leading to the attending members voting to trigger his suspension from parliament that day rather than wait until after the summer recess as had been recommended.

It has nothing to do with Jewishness. Some of the biggest Zionists in the world are not Jews. These people have used Jewish people.

During an interview for Al Jazeera television on 17 November , he said his election as MP earlier in the year was "despite all the efforts made by the British government, the Zionist movement and the newspapers and news media which are controlled by Zionism".

According to Julius, Galloway merely refers to the "right-wing press" in the British media, whereas he has the habit of adding the word "Zionist" when speaking on television in the Arab world.

Israel is doing what America wants it to do and to argue otherwise is to go down the dark tunnel of racist antisemitism ". At a 22 July demonstration and later in a Socialist Worker op-ed , Galloway stated that " Hizbollah has never been a terrorist organisation.

It is the legitimate national resistance movement of Lebanon", on the basis that they are, in his opinion, "freedom fighters".

During the — Israel—Gaza conflict , also known as Operation Cast Lead, Galloway commented in his speech at an event in Trafalgar Square on 3 January "Today, the Palestinian people in Gaza are the new Warsaw Ghetto , and those who are murdering them are the equivalent of those who murdered the Jews in Warsaw in ".

They are determined to act", he told Cole Moreton writing for The Independent , adding, "We say, 'Don't be lured by the siren voices of separatism and extremism — join with us and express your anger politically, in a way that will be peaceful, non-violent, and not cost you your life, but will not cost other people their lives either".

The convoy arrived in Gaza on 9 March, [] accompanied by approximately extra trucks of aid donated by Libya's Gaddafi Foundation.

On 10 March , Galloway announced at a press conference in Gaza City attended by several senior Hamas officials: "We are giving you now vehicles and all of their contents, and we make no apology for what I am about to say.

They had been attempting to help take about aid trucks into the Gaza Strip. They were driven by the police to the airport and placed on a plane bound for London.

The Foreign Ministry of Egypt released a statement reading: "George Galloway is considered persona non grata and will not be allowed to enter into Egypt again".

Shortly after his deportation, Galloway said, "It is a badge of honour to be deported by a dictatorship" and "I've been thrown out of better joints than that.

Viva Palestina was registered as a charity in April but, following its continued non-submission of accounts, ceased to be recognised as a charitable organisation in November Galloway has worked for the Iranian state-run satellite television channel, Press TV since Galloway also said: "There are many things wrong with Iran.

One thing they do have is elections. They elected a president that you or I might not have voted for but I am in no doubt that Ahmadinejad won the presidential election" held in Galloway asserted on The Wright Stuff chat show 13 March that the executed boyfriend of gay Iranian asylum seeker Mehdi Kazemi was executed for " sex crimes " rather than for being gay.

Galloway also stated on The Wright Stuff that the case of gay rights in Iran was being used by supporters of a war with Iran.

Scott Long , writing in The Guardian on 31 March, criticised Galloway's claim that "homosexuals are not executed in Iran, just rapists," pointing out that current law in the country stipulates that "Penetrative sex acts between men can bring death on the first conviction.

Galloway said of Ashtiani's sentence during the interview: "Every so often an issue comes along which is seized upon by the enemies of Iran and it becomes a heavy problem and magnified According to Martin Fletcher in The Times , Ahmadinejad gave "mendacious answers" which "went unchallenged by his obsequious interlocutor".

After the resignation of Labour MP Marsha Singh due to ill health, Galloway returned to parliament at the March Bradford West by-election in an unexpected landslide result, with Galloway calling it "the most sensational victory in British political history.

The election campaign was marked by controversy, in particular over the role of sectarianism , Baradari clan networks, and allegations about rivals' lack of "Islamic values" [] [] [] Andrew Gilligan noted in The Daily Telegraph that Galloway had won in wards with a predominantly white electorate as well as those with a majority Muslim population.

In late , Galloway became Leader of the Respect Party. Galloway was criticised for comments he made in August on the legal case involving Wikileaks' Julian Assange in a podcast released on YouTube.

Galloway stated that "I think that Julian Assange's personal sexual behaviour is something sordid, disgusting, and I condemn it.

Galloway continued by stating: "But even taken at its worst, if the allegations made by these two women were true, per cent true, and even if a camera in the room captured them, they don't constitute rape, at least not rape as anyone with any sense can possibly recognise it.

According to British barrister Felicity Gerry, Galloway's description of rape is not correct under English law. Galloway subsequently lost his job as a columnist for Holyrood , a Scottish political magazine, for refusing to apologise for his remarks, [] and subject to a No platform policy by the National Union of Students.

On 20 February , Galloway walked out of a publicised debate when he found out that his opponent had Israeli citizenship.

The debate, hosted by Oxford University 's Christ Church , [] was on the topic "Israel should withdraw immediately from the West Bank ".

When Aslan-Levy acknowledged his joint British-Israeli nationality, [] Galloway stood up and stated "I don't recognize Israel and I don't debate with Israelis" and left the meeting.

The reason is simple: no recognition, no normalisation. Just boycott , divestment and sanctions , until the apartheid state is defeated.

I never debate with Israelis nor speak to their media. If they want to speak about Palestine — the address is the PLO.

Galloway later claimed on his Twitter feed that he had been "misled", writing that "Christ Church never informed us that the debate would be with an Israeli.

Referring indirectly to his encounter with Aslan-Levy, Galloway said that he had worked with Jewish anti-apartheid activists in South Africa, adding "So Jews don't have to be on the side of apartheid".

Galloway is praising these people, but he is doing so by holding them up as examples of good Jews that other Jews should emulate, not as anti-apartheid campaigners that everyone should emulate.

On 2 August , during the Israel—Gaza conflict , Galloway delivered a speech at a public meeting in Leeds. We have declared Bradford an Israel-free zone.

We don't want any Israeli goods, we don't want any Israeli services, we don't want any Israeli academics coming to the university or the college, we don't even want any Israeli tourists to come to Bradford even if any of them had thought of doing so.

We reject this illegal, barbarous, savage state that calls itself Israel. And you have to do the same. Galloway's remarks drew sharp criticism from British politicians and Jewish leaders.

Daniel Taub , the Israeli ambassador to the UK, visited Bradford on 18 August in response to an invitation, where he met with local councillors, faith leaders and community representatives.

West Yorkshire Police investigated two complaints to determine if Galloway's words constituted hate speech British law prohibits discrimination based on nationality.

On 29 August , Galloway was assaulted in Notting Hill by Neil Masterson, a convert to Judaism , [] [] [] [] and suffered a bruised rib and severe bruising on his head and face.

Masterson was also fined for harassment. On 13 October , Galloway abstained from a vote in the House of Commons formally recognising Palestine because the motion included the recognition of Israel as well.

On the Respect website he advocated a one-state solution. Galloway said that he would issue a suit for defamation against her.

Heinze wrote that "any example she could cite would probably persuade some and not others. Even if an overwhelming majority were unpersuaded, a highly popular opinion does not create an objectively verifiable fact.

During a hustings meeting in Galloway's Bradford West constituency on 8 April during the general election heated exchanges occurred between Galloway and the Labour candidate, Naz Shah.

Galloway accused her of lying about her forced marriage which had been the subject of an open letter written by Shah and released to the media after her selection as a candidate.

But you were not You were and-a-half". He then produced what he said was her nikah , a Muslim marriage certificate. Shah alleged at the event that Galloway's representative in Pakistan impersonated her deceased father to acquire the nikah.

Galloway accused Shah of favouring Israel. At one point during the campaign, Galloway tweeted a picture of Israelis waving Israeli flags with the caption "Thank you for electing Naz Shah".

The image was juxtaposed with another, showing Palestinians celebrating his own supposedly imminent victory. Galloway was defeated at the general election.

On 10 May , Galloway announced an intention to challenge the result, alleging that false statements and malpractice related to postal votes during the campaign meant that the result of the election should be set aside, [] but did not do so.

I was quite shocked; it was appalling. It emerged in January that Galloway's reimbursed expense claim for the rent of his constituency office in Bradford West has been forwarded by the Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority IPSA to the Metropolitan Police , which was then at the early assessment stage.

During his unsuccessful general election campaign to be re-elected for Bradford West, Galloway announced that he would stand in the election for London mayor in if he lost, [] [] an intention he confirmed on Twitter on 28 May.

After second preference were accounted for, Sadiq Khan became mayor of London. If he wins it will change everything Following Ken Livingstone 's much criticised comments in late April concerning Adolf Hitler and Zionism, Galloway supported Livingstone's argument.

He said: "If Corbyn wins a big victory — and I think he will — then that should be, and it's important that it is, the final burial of Blair and Blairism.

It was announced on 21 March that Galloway was standing as an independent candidate at the Manchester Gorton by-election set for 4 May, following the death of Sir Gerald Kaufman in February.

Gorton had been one of Labour's safest seats at the general election. Galloway subsequently transferred his candidacy to the general election.

At the election, Labour easily retained the seat; Galloway came a distant third with 5. Meanwhile, on 20 June , Galloway lost a libel action brought by Aisha Ali-Khan, his assistant for six months in The case was heard in the High Court.

His counsel apologised on Galloway's behalf, and accepted that he had made "defamatory accusations". Ali-Khan will receive a "five-figure sum" in damages and her legal costs.

In Galloway brought an action that Ali-Khan had breached this undertaking 26 times, which Ali-Khan admitted, and in April the High Court imprisoned Ali-Khan for 12 weeks for contempt of court , describing her action as "deliberate, flagrant, persistent and inexcusable".

Ali-Khan had been found guilty of contempt of court on a previous occasion. In the general election , Galloway contested the Parliamentary seat of West Bromwich East as an independent, describing himself as supportive of Corbyn's leadership but also supportive of Brexit.

On 14 December, Galloway launched the Workers Party of Britain, which describes itself as "economically radical with an independent foreign policy" and "unequivocally committed to class politics".

Galloway expressed support for the Syrian presence in Lebanon five months before it ended, telling the Lebanese Daily Star in August "Syrian troops in Lebanon maintain stability and protect the country from Israel".

In the same article he expressed his opposition to United Nations Security Council Resolution , which urged the Lebanese Government to establish control over all its territory.

Of Bashar al-Assad , and the country he leads, he said during a visit to the University of Damascus in November "For me he is the last Arab ruler, and Syria is the last Arab country.

It is the fortress of the remaining dignity of the Arabs". Galloway again praised the government of Assad in a leaked email to Assad's advisor Bouthaina Shaaban when asking for help in a Viva Palestina convoy and reminded her of previous help from the Syrian government for the campaign.

Galloway said in a July interview on Hezbollah's Al-Manar station: "Bashar Assad wants reform and change, to realise the aspirations of his people".

In the early stages of the Civil War when Assad was reported as "perpetrating massacres of his own people" , opponents were "trying to pressure Syria and President Assad because of the good things that he did, such as supporting Palestinian and Lebanese resistance and rejecting to surrender to Israel".

A month later, in an August piece for the Al Jazeera website, Galloway wrote he "was never close to the Syrian regime" and acknowledged its "authoritarian character, its police state mentality", and the "rampant" corruption "much of it concentrated around his [Assad's] own family".

But if peaceful change is not possible, then violent change is inevitable. I wholly support the Syrian people's demands for democratic government.

I just don't support armed intervention in Syria, any more than I supported it in any other country in the region". The question is: is it mad enough to do it?

In a House of Commons debate on 26 September he opposed military action by the west against the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant ISIL insurgency group, which he called a "death cult", and instead advocated military action from the regional powers.

Galloway has long supported devolution for Scotland, but opposes Scottish independence. In the run-up to the Scottish independence referendum , held on 18 September , Galloway was dismissive of the official Better Together campaign because it also involved Conservatives and Liberal Democrats, and he believed its leader, Alistair Darling , to be ineffective.

Galloway's argument against independence was based on a defence of "class" over "nationality". He told Serena Kutchinsky in an interview for Prospect magazine: "If we lose this vote the possibility of a real Labour government, or any kind of Labour government, in the rest of UK will be gone".

In , he said: "It is a country with no democracy or freedom of any kind. It is a country that exports terrorism around the world and funds terrorism and extremism around the world.

We should have nothing whatsoever to do with them. Modi was accused of initiating and condoning the Gujarat riots against India's Muslim minority.

We are allies in one cause. Like Churchill and Stalin". In an announcement on Twitter, he said that "given the nature of Labour's Euro-fanatic candidates list and the crucial juncture we have reached in the fight for the full implementation of the Brexit referendum result and for one-time only I will be supporting Nigel Farage in next months elections.

In August , editions of Galloway's programmes The Real Deal and Comment programme for Press TV , a London-based news channel controlled by the government of Iran, were found by the British broadcasting regulator Ofcom to have breached its broadcasting code on impartiality.

Al Mayadeen reportedly has connections with Iran and the Assad government in Syria, and has been accused of supporting the Assad government, a claim Galloway has rejected.

He is a regular contributor to RT's other programming. In an overview of the broadcasting organisations Galloway works for, Tom Rogan in the National Review in April described him as being "a Western puppet for tyranny's propagandists".

Galloway began to broadcast on Talkradio which launched in March as a sister station to Talksport in June Amongst his many monologues, he said that if Scotland were to leave the UK and join the EU "it would not be a good thing for his fellow countrymen", and has condemned the BBC as a "national disgrace".

Concerning the Iraq War , he said he would not rest "until Tony Blair is brought to justice", and in announced plans to try and prosecute Alastair Campbell.

He said that this referred to a number of Tottenham fans who were flying the flag of Israel in the crowd, showing "an affiliation to a ' racist state '".

In , he married Elaine Fyffe, with whom he has a daughter. In , Galloway married Dr. Amineh Abu-Zayyad, a biologist of Palestinian origin, in an Islamic ceremony ; [] a civil ceremony followed around Galloway married Rima Husseini, his former researcher, in a non-legally binding Islamic ceremony in He stated at a March rally "We stand for justice and haqq " and "A Muslim is somebody who is not afraid of earthly power but who fears only the Judgment Day.

According to Jemima Khan , writing for the New Statesman in April , Galloway became a Muslim around , but had not advertised this fact.

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