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July 25, 2012 4:38 pm

Ed Milliband Lookalike Booted From Labour Party for Anti-Semitic Twitter Rants

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Shareef Abdallah. Photo: Jewish Chronicle.

Shereef Abdalla, a former volunteer for Britain’s Labour party and a professional impersonator of Labour leader Ed Milliband, has been suspended from the political party following anti-Semitic rants on Twitter.

Abdallah, who was available through a British talent agency to attend parties as Milliband’s lookalike, harassed two different women on Twitter.

One of the women, who runs the blog Julie’s Think Tank, expressed her support for British Prime Minister Tony Blair, which Abdallah responded to on Twitter.

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“Your nightmare is just starting… it will only get worse for you every day 24/7 till you leave twitter… Zionists can’t save you… Racist Tory anti-Islamic scum,” he wrote.

When the women attempted to block Abdalla’s tweets, he changed his Twitter name and continued with the harassment.

“I am in a war to the death. Stay well clear for your own safety.”

Another tweet by Abdallah said he would visit one of the women.

“It will be the worst year of your life. C U in first week in January. I can’t wait to see the fear in your eyes.”

The Labour party has officially suspended Abdallah’s membership.

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