Monday Jewish Labour have tweeted their decision to support Owen Smith in the 2016 Labour Party leadership race.
It is a two politician race between the incumbent Labour Party leader and the challenger Owen Smith MP.
Sunday a leading Jewish Labour Party donor Michael Foster hit the mainstream media with a report damning Corbyn supporters as Nazi Stormtroopers.
Some believe his report was simply a way to make some money as he faces court costs following the legal action he lost; an attempt to keep Corbyn off the ballot.
Why is that important to this story?
Jewish Labour's earlier tweet included a link to this story from April 13, 2016:
"The Jewish Labour Movement, with help from supporters in the Labour Party will be proposing a change to the Labour Party rulebook calling for stricter rules and sanctions to be placed upon members who have made racist, antisemitic or islamophobic statements.
BBC News covered the proposed change today.
Jewish Labour Movement National Chairman Jeremy Newmark also appeared on the BBC Radio 4 Today programme today to advocate the rule changes which will be proposed by members across the country at local constituency meetings before the June deadline.
If you you think that your CLP would like to consider supporting the rule change you can download the rule change motion by clicking here.
If you have tabled the motion at your branch or CLP please let us know by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org
For further queries please contact email@example.com or tweet us at @JewishLabour."
So what about when the boot is on the other foot?
Corbyn supporters responded angrilly to Foster's damning terminolgy Sunday.
But at time of writing Owen Smith, party deputy leader Tom Watson and party General Secretary Iain McNicol have been noticeable by their silence.
Formal complaints have been lodged.
But when vague allegations of anti-Semetisim were made earlier in the year against some party members the mainstream media were all over it like an infectious rash.
So where is the outcry levied at Foster and the Mail for calling young, old or is that ALL Corbyn supporters Nazi Stormtroopers?
Instead Monday the Huffington Post opts to cover the Smith nomination with "Jeremy Corbyn’s Response To Claims Of Anti-Semitism ‘Fuelled Jewish Members’ Support For Owen Smith."
That may or may not be the truth.
Having tweeted Jewish Labour for a responce to Foster's abusive words we await a response.
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