Jeremy Corbyn supporters have been accused of leaving "anti-Semitic" comments on a Go Fund Me campaign that raised money to defend the former opposition leader.
The supporters have raised over £ 190,000 on behalf of Mr. Corbyn Legal action following criticism of the party's decision to apologize to anti-Semitism whistleblowers and pay damages.
Carole Morgan, from Ryde in the south east of England, he organized the Go Fund Me to let the former Labor leader know that his fans had “not forgotten” him.
The campaign exceeded the goal of achieving the £ 20,000 goal in less than 24 hours.
However, some of the comments supporters have left on the fundraiser since then have been criticized as "anti-Semitic".
Jeremy Corbyn pictured faces legal action after criticizing the party's decision to apologize and pay damages to anti-Semitism whistleblowers
Some supporters who commented on a Go Fund Me campaign in support of Jeremy Corbyn have been criticized as "anti-Semitic".
The anti-Semitism campaign said it was "depressingly unsurprising" that some people who donated to the campaign did so because they "advocated Mr. Corbyn's own views on anti-Semitism".
A supporter commented on the campaign as follows: “We love Jeremy Corbyn and he is everything we have! It is incredibly absurd that he is seen and propagated by the media of the Imperial Wing and portrayed as if he could be the next shitler! I met Jeremy Corbyn who is very kind and sympathetic to others! I am proud to send donations to this honorable person. & # 39;
Another person commented: & # 39; Corbyn supports PALESTINE. Like everyone in the civilized world. & # 39;
Other supporters criticized the lawsuit against Mr. Corbyn as a "witch hunt".
A spokesman for the campaign against anti-Semitism told MailOnline about these comments: “Under Jeremy Corbyn's leadership, the Labor Party became institutionally anti-Semitic and caused Labor's own workers to oppose their own party and to whistle the hatred of Jews in it.
& # 39; It was Mr. Corbyn’s senior team that went to great lengths to pull the whistleblower’s name through the mud, and in some cases caused them to consider suicide.
"Instead of shamefully apologizing for trying to bully and silence these whistleblowers, Mr. Corbyn has now attacked the Labor Party for apologizing to them."
Supporters of Jeremy Corbyn criticized the lawsuit against Mr. Corbyn as a "witch hunt" in the comment section of a campaign that raised over £ 190,000
The campaign spokesman for anti-Semitism added: "It is absolutely right that he should be brought to justice for this, and it is unsurprisingly unsurprising that some of those who are now donating money to cover his self-inflicted legal bills do so do because they represent Mr. Corbyn's own views on anti-Semitism.
“When the Equal Opportunities and Human Rights Commission completes its investigation into institutional anti-Semitism in the Labor Party, people will see for themselves how the anti-racism party was plagued by hatred of Jews. Mr Corbyn's toxic legacy is the normalization of anti-Semitism into the mainstream of British politics. & # 39;
The fundraiser comes after seven former party officials and journalist John Ware initiated a lawsuit against the former opposition leader after he attacked Sir Keir Starmer's decision to settle a defamation lawsuit triggered by a BBC Panorama documentary.
On Wednesday, Mr. Corbyn said the party's decision to make a £ 500,000 payout was "disappointing" and "a political decision."
Mr. Corbyn went on to say that the legal advice the party received had a "strong case" and the evidence in the leaked work report, which is now the subject of an NEC investigation led by Martin Forde QC, raised concerns about the role some reinforced from those who participated in the program. & # 39;
When asked if any action would be taken on Mr. Corbyn's statement after the hearing, Attorney Mark Lewis of Patron Law, who represented Panorama Whistleblowers and Mr. Ware, said: "I can confirm that I have been instructed to investigate cases . "
Seven former party officials and journalist John Ware are bringing Mr. Corbyn to justice after he attacked Sir Keir Starmer's decision to settle a defamation lawsuit
This happens shortly after fears that the Labor Party could go bankrupt as a result of new legal claims by anti-Semitism whistleblowers demanding compensation in the millions.
The party agreed to pay around £ 370,000 to seven former members on Wednesday, but is now facing another 42 civil lawsuits, fearing that the bill could add up to millions.
Supporters of Sir Keir Starmer beat former leader Jeremy Corbyn over the lawsuit after criticizing Wednesday's deal as "politically illegal".
Mr. Corbyn himself is brought to justice by the whistleblowers for his comments. His supporters raise £ 100,000 to defend the former Labor leader in just 24 hours.
He has been accused of triggering the wave of legal claims that Labor is now facing.
It is believed that many of the cases handled by two law firms are linked to an internal report on how the party has dealt with anti-Semitism and focus on allegations of defamation and data breaches.
Supporters of Sir Keir Starmer beat former leader Jeremy Corbyn over the lawsuit after criticizing Wednesday's deal as "politically illegal"
The document, which leaked shortly after Sir Keir's takeover in April, contains allegations about the behavior of party officials and lists some of the complainants.
Former Labor Secretary-General Lord McNicol, who resigned during Mr Corbyn's leadership, is one of the measures.
The party's legal number of cribs is expected to increase further after the start of an independent investigation into anti-Semitism and a reported lack of legal insurance.
Senior officials have warned of possible seven-digit payouts, although claims that the total bill could exceed £ 8m are controversial.
A Labor frontbencher told the telegraph: “We pay the price with money that could be used for the public.
"The question now is how deep is the hole where the Labor Party was dug by Corbyn and his acolytes."
A second shadow cabinet minister added: “This is Corbyn's legacy. People should be angry. & # 39;
The payout and apology on Wednesday is part of an agreement aimed at drawing a line among the allegations made during Mr. Corbyn's leadership that the party was increasing the apparent hatred of the Jewish people.
The depicted followers of Sir Keir Starmer beat up the former party leader because of the legal dispute
The decision was welcomed by MPs and Jewish workers' activists who have long campaigned against anti-Semitism within the party.
But in a sign that the move could restart factional struggles with the party's hard left element, Mr. Corbyn and his followers, including Unite leader Len McCluskey, attacked the payout.
In a letter on Facebook, Corbyn said: "The party's decision to apologize today and make substantial payments to former employees who have sued the party in connection with last year's Panorama program is a political decision, not a legal one .
& # 39; Our legal advice was that the party had a strong defense, and the evidence in the leaked work report, which is now the subject of an NEC investigation led by Martin Forde QC, increased concerns about the role of some of the participants the program. & # 39;
Mr. McCluskey, whose union is Labor's largest donor, added: “Today's agreement is a misuse of Labor Party funds to settle a case that has been advised that we would win in court.
"The leaked account of how anti-Semitism was dealt with tells a very different story about what happened."
However, according to Labor sources, the party should have been involved in a lawsuit, with the cost of losing a lawsuit estimated at up to £ 2m.