What's noticeable about the piece is the sheer arrogance it oozes. The "country's glitterati" are to celebrate handing Palestine on a platter to the Zionist movement. Seniors of the Jewish Leadershio Council decided, "no pressure would be put on Mr Corbyn to turn up, nor would a fuss be made if he declined." Well that's very big of the big wigs and Mr Corbyn didn't even have the decency to invent an excuse for refusing to celebrate the UK's and Israel's imperial past and present.
But the google search threw up other finds too including the words Corbyn and something with embarrass as its root. A debate between Corbyn and Owen Smith in the second Labour leadership contest had a LabourList article asking, Was Corbyn "an embarrassment" or did he carry himself "with dignity"? Of course we now know he carried himself with enough dignity to win the contest. That was last year, 2016.
The next article in the search with the word "embarrassment" in it was one in the Telegraph. The word "embarrassment" used regarding his wife's coffee business. Nothing to do with him and anyway, that was back in 2015.
Next up we have Huffington Post finding "Ex-Jeremy Corbyn Supporters" who "Are 'Embarrassed' They Voted For Him". That was before the second leadership bid. 2016 again. I wonder how embarrassed they are now he came close to winning the general election this year.
The list on the google page goes on. The fact is, Marcus Dysch's arrogance is misplaced. Corbyn has not embarrassed himself at all. He has shown himself to be in a position to embarrass the Zionist movement which is precisely why these Zionist "glitterati" aren't making a fuss about the second slap in the face Corbyn has dealt them since refusing to attend a Labour Friends of Israel rally at the recent Labour Party Conference 2017 in Brighton.
So is Corbyn embarrassing Corbyn or is Corbyn embarrassing the Zionist "glitteratti" You might want to ask or tell Marcus Dysch of the Jewish Chronicle. I can't ask or tell him on Twitter because he's blocked me.