Last night marked the first night of Chanukah. And we feel pretty comfortable saying that the Jews of the world don’t need well wishes from this guy:
— Jeremy Corbyn (@jeremycorbyn) December 2, 2018
Happy Chanukah from Jeremy Corbyn? What, was Marc Lamont Hill busy?
If anyone needs us, we’ll be over here, trying to pick our jaws up off the floor.
Lol ok pic.twitter.com/pv8e2eu4DB
— Harry Khachatrian (@Harry1T6) December 2, 2018
— Eyal Naor (@Eyal_Naor) December 2, 2018
— Noughnough (@Noughnough1) December 2, 2018
Yeah sure! pic.twitter.com/f6llHfXkoR
— diesy (@diesy69) December 3, 2018
Hahahaha, that's a good one Jez. If only Alanis Morrisette had known the meaning of irony when writing a song about it, this would've slotted in beautifully into the first verse
— Eddy Cantor (@eddycantor) December 3, 2018
This is like getting cooking tips from Jeffrey Dahmer https://t.co/5v6Y0fdWoJ
— Cameron Gray (@Cameron_Gray) December 3, 2018
This is neither welcome, nor wanted.
— Adam Nathan (@adamdnathan) December 2, 2018
we say no thanks
— baby honey (@glitterbulge) December 2, 2018
Thank you, Jeremy! And especially Hanukkah, celebrating the liberation of Jerusalem &our Temple from occupation! Glad to see you recognize the Jewish holiday that celebrates our history in Jerusalem and Eretz Yisrael. History books are a fine thing, aren't they! #HappyHanukkah
— dk saga (@dksaga1) December 3, 2018
Thank you for acknowledging Jewish sovereignty over Jerusalem's holy sites -progress
— Benji Fruhman (@bfruhman) December 3, 2018
We doubt he realized what he was doing.
Corbyn’s recognition of Hanukkah is by definition recognition of the eternal ties of the Jewish people to the city of Jerusalem. I assume he will now demand that the British government recognises the City of David as capital of Israel & relocates our embassy there. https://t.co/dYs1JvceJI
— Rɪᴄʜᴀʀᴅ Kᴇᴍᴘ ⋁ (@COLRICHARDKEMP) December 2, 2018
We’re sure he’ll get right on that. Just as soon as he checks this stuff off his to-do list:
— Arsen Ostrovsky (@Ostrov_A) December 2, 2018
The best way you could wish us a #HappyChanukkah is to resign as Labour head
— Michael Rock (@mlrock912) December 3, 2018