Jemima Goldsmith Condemns Anti-Semitic Pakistani Politician Who Attacked Her Ex Imran Khan

Jemima Goldsmith has convicted a Pakistani politician for her anti-Semitic remarks after she assaulted the socialite’s ex-husband, Imran Khan, for allowing his children to be “raised in the womb of the Jews.”

Maryam Nawaz, the vice president of the Pakistan Muslim League, made the remark in response to a speech by the Pakistani Prime Minister.

Mr Khan had mocked Nawaz’s son Junaid Safdar for playing polo – what he called a ‘king’s sport’ – in the UK and accused her family of corruption at an election rally in the Azad Jammu and Kashmir region.

Jemima Goldsmith (abandoned in 1995 with her then-husband Imran Khan) has convicted a Pakistani politician for her anti-Semitic remarks after she assaulted socialite Imran Khan’s ex-husband for allowing his children to be ‘in the lap of the Jews’. raised.

Maryam Nawaz, the vice president of the Pakistan Muslim League, made the remark in response to a speech by the Pakistani Prime Minister

Maryam Nawaz, the vice president of the Pakistan Muslim League, made the remark in response to a speech by the Pakistani Prime Minister

Speaking about photos of Nawaz’s father, the former Prime Minister of Pakistan Nawaz Sharif, attending his grandson’s polo match at the University of Cambridge, Mr Khan said: ‘The poor go to jail and the powerful [Nawaz Sharif] get NRO [deal] to go abroad and watch his grandson’s polo match.

‘The common man cannot play polo – a sport of royalty. You need a lot of money to keep a horse and play polo. So tell us where this sweet grandson got this money. It’s the people’s money.’

Ms Nawaz hit back at the jibe, saying in a speech: ‘My son [Junaid] is the captain of the polo team [for Cambridge University] and pays tribute to Pakistan.

“He’s Nawaz Sharif’s grandson, not Goldsmith’s, and he’s not raised in the womb of Jews.”

Ms Goldsmith condemned the politician for the anti-Semitic comments, tweeting: ‘My children are ‘raised in the lap of Jews’, Maryam Nawaz announced today.

“I left Pakistan in 2004 after a decade of anti-Semitic attacks by the media and politicians (and weekly death threats and protests in front of my house). But it’s still going on.’

In a further war on words, Ms Nawaz responded to the tweet, claiming that Ms Goldsmith “can only blame her ex” for her comments.

Ms Nawaz said, “I have absolutely no interest in you, your sons, or your personal life because I have better things to do and say, but if your ex [Imran Khan] drags down the families of others out of resentment, others will have nastier things to say.

“You only have your ex to blame.”

One of the greatest cricketers of all time, Mr Khan married glamorous socialite Mrs Goldsmith in 1995.

The couple had two sons before splitting up nine years later, which was partly attributed to the difficulties she faced in Pakistan, where she was hunted because of her family’s Jewish ancestry.

Mr Khan, one of the greatest cricketers of all time, married glamorous socialite Mrs Goldsmith in 1995 1995

Mr Khan, one of the greatest cricketers of all time, married glamorous socialite Mrs Goldsmith in 1995 1995

The couple had two sons before splitting up nine years later, which was partly attributed to the difficulties she faced in Pakistan, where she was hunted because of her family's Jewish ancestry.

The couple had two sons before splitting up nine years later, which was partly attributed to the difficulties she faced in Pakistan, where she was hunted because of her family’s Jewish ancestry.

After the altercation on Twitter, human rights activist Ammar Ali Jan tweeted in support of Ms Goldsmith, saying ‘Maryam Nawaz’ is attacking you [Jemima] and your children were exceedingly shameful.

“The people of Pakistan have nothing but respect for your family. I hope this pushback will be a lesson to those who continue to use bigotry against political opponents.”

Meanwhile, journalist Dr. Awais Saleem: ‘Whether Imran Khan attacks the son of Maryam Nawaz or Maryam attacks the children of IK, both cases are shameful and unacceptable.

“If you only condemn one and not the other, your selective outrage only exacerbates the problem. Morality, ethics, principles do not depend on likes and dislikes.’

A spokesman for Mr Khan said he had targeted Ms Nawaz’s son for using “insulting language” about the prime minister.

“Imran Khan had only targeted Maryam and Sharifs because the latter constantly used abusive language about the prime minister,” a spokesman said. Dawn. ‘He had to say something; such things are not uncommon in politics.’

Meanwhile, a spokesperson for the Pakistan Muslim League told the publication: “Drawing Maryam’s son into the controversy only shows the frustration of Imran Khan, who is not happy with people’s reaction to his party’s public rallies in AJK, and reflects his mentality.”

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