Published On: Fri, Nov 14th, 2014 on 12:08 pm

Bradford MP George Galloway calls Katie Hopkins a “rat face” after controversial tweets

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Bradford West MP George Galloway has described Sun columnist Katie Hopkins as a “rat-faced f*** herself” after she seemingly labelled Palestinians as “filthy rodents” on Twitter.

In a video published by Press TV UK, Galloway was asked by a Twitter user: “If you could beam one person to permanently join Philae aboard the comet – who …?”

Galloway chose former Apprentice contestant Katie Hopkins, who recently posted a series of controversial messages on her Twitter account after news emerged of stabbings in Tel Aviv apparently carried out by an Arab man on two Israelis.

She tweeted: “Palestinians busy knifing Israelis. 2 stage solution my arse. Filthy rodents burrowing beneath Israel. Time to restart the bombing campaign.”

An earlier tweet read: “Arab terrorists fired rockets from schools and hospitals. They brought down Israeli fire on to their own people. See behind the pictures”

Galloway said on Press TV: “To describe the Palestinian people as rodents, when she’s a rat-faced f*** herself, was really, very strange.”

After the tweets were made by Hopkins, many Twitter users called for her arrest for inciting racial hatred and reported her to the Police.

Galloway said: “If a Muslim personality, say a cricketer or a famous Muslim footballer, had called for people to start bombing Israel… if that personality had described Israelis as rodents burrowing away underneath Palestine, I hazard a guess they’d already be under arrest.”

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  1. Sheraz waheed says:

    i would like to register an official police complaint against her See where the justice lies in the GREAT BRITAIN.

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