Jeremy Corbyn speaking at rally in Trafalgar Square on Saturday 27th February 2016. (Garry Knight)

Last week a march took place in central London in commemoration of the 71st anniversary of Nakba. British Labor leader Jeremy Corbyn did not participate in the Nabka anniversary rally, but he sent a message of support to the participants that was read during the rally. In the message Corbyn promised that “if I become prime minister, I would recognize the Palestinian state.”

“The Labour Party is united in condemning the ongoing human rights abuses by Israeli forces, including the shooting of hundreds of unarmed Palestinian demonstrators in Gaza – most of them refugees or families of refugees – demanding their rights,” he wrote.

The Hamas terrorist movement issued a statement thanking the British Labor leader Jeremy Corbyn for his support.

”We have received with great respect and appreciation the solidarity message sent by the British Labor Party Leader, Jeremy Corbyn, to the participants in the mass rally,” the statement said.

The terrorist organization also praised Corbyn for his position in ”rejecting the so-called Trump Plan for the Middle East”, and  extolled his “advanced moral and political position deserving of all praise and gratitude.”

Corbyn has been repeatedly labeled as anti-Semitic and Anti-Israel. For example, last August it was revealed that Corbyn participated in a ceremony in which he placed a floral wreath for the terrorists who perpetrated the “Munich Massacre”, where eleven Israeli athletes participating in the 1972 Olympics were murdered.