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Naseem Shah is a Labour Party politician in the United Kingdom. She was appointed as the Member of Parliament (MP) for Bradford West in the 2015 general election, defeating George Galloway of the Respect Party. In July 2018, she was selected as Shadow Minister of State for Women and Equalities, working alongside the Shadow Secretary of State, Dawn Butler. She was temporarily halted from the Labour Party for making anti-Semitic remarks.

Naz Shah Biography:

Naz Shah was born in Bradford on November 13, 1973. When she was six years old, her father left the family. Her mother’s name is Zoora Shah. She sent her to Pakistan at the age of 12 to escape her mother’s abusive partner, where she had an arranged marriage.

Her mother was convicted of murdering her partner, who had sexually and physically abused her for over a decade when she was 20 years old and served 7 years in prison.

Shah was injured in a hit-and-run accident during the early 2010s, which has left her with ongoing severe nerve pain that necessitates hospitalization.

Early Career:

Before being elected as an MP, Shah served as the chair of the mental health charity Sharing Voices Bradford and had recently served as a carer for disabled people, an NHS Commissioner, and a director for a regional association that supports local councils.

She stated that she voted for George Galloway in the 2012 Bradford West by-election.

Shah campaigned for her mother’s release from prison with the Southall Black Sisters.

Parliamentary Career:

In a secret ballot in February 2015 for the Labour Party’s candidate for Bradford West, Amina Ali received 142 votes to Shah’s 13. However, Ali resigned soon after for personal reasons, and Shah was appointed as the candidate by the Labour Party National Executive. In May 2015, she defeated George Galloway in the Bradford West constituency by a margin of 11,420 votes. She was one of nine Muslim Labour MPs when she was elected.

During the Labour leadership election in 2015, Shah supported Yvette Cooper.

In February 2016, she was appointed as Parliamentary Private Secretary (PPS) to John McDonnell, the Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer.

In April 2016, Shah was observed to have reposted, during Operation Protective Edge in August 2014, a Facebook post with a map from Norman Finkelstein’s website showing Israel superimposed on the United States, with the headline “Solution for Israel-Palestine conflict – relocate Israel into the United States.” She had added that it might “save them some pocket money” (i.e. US funding for Israel).

Finkelstein defended the map by calling it amusing. Shah replied that her views on Israel had changed and that she would step down as John McDonnell’s PPS. Jeremy Corbyn called her posted remark “offensive and unacceptable.” That month, she was expelled from the Labour Party pending an investigation. In July, she was reintroduced but given a formal warning and told to apologize for bringing the party into disrepute. Shah claimed she had displayed “ignorance,” claiming that the post was antisemitic but she was not.

In the general election in June 2017, Shah was re-elected with a higher vote share and nearly doubled her majority to 21,902 votes over the Conservative Party’s second-placed candidate.

In August 2017, Shah retweeted and liked a tweet from a ‘parody’ account purporting to be Labour Party member Owen Jones, which read: “Those abused girls in Rotherham and elsewhere simply need to shut up. For the benefit of diversity “…  Shah deleted the retweet and unliked the original tweet after realizing the account was not Jones’ and re-reading the tweet. “This was a genuine accident eight days ago that was rectified within minutes,” a spokesperson said. Shah also emphasized her track record of standing up to abuse. Following the death of Winnie Madikizela-Mandela in April 2018, Shah paid tribute by tweeting an image with Mandela’s quote: “Together, hand in hand, with our matches and our necklaces, we shall liberate this country.” She later removed the tweet from her account.

Shah was appointed Shadow Minister of State for Women and Equalities in July 2018

Shah was re-elected as the MP for Bradford West with a majority of 27,019 votes in the 2019 general election.

On 1 October 2020, the pro-Brexit group Leave. EU apologized and paid Shah damages for libel after making a social media post accusing her of being a “grooming gangs apologist.” Leave.EU issued a statement calling their post “ill-judged and untrue,” and describing Shah as a “vociferous campaigner for victims of grooming gangs.”

(1)Born: 13 November 1973, Bradford, United Kingdom

(2)Full Name: Naz Khan

(3)Father: Abid Shah

(4)Mother: Zoora Shah

(5)Brother: Amrahz Shah

(6)Sister: Fozia Shah

(7)Marital Status: Married

(8)Spouse: Syed Mazhar Shah

(9)Birth Sign: Scorpio

(10)Religion: Hindu

(11)Profession(s): Politician

(12)Height: 5’4″

(13)School: Not Known

(14)College: University of Bradford

(15)Education Qualification(s): Not Known

(16)Personal Twitter:

(17)Email: Not Available

(18)Address: Not Available

(19)Phone Number: Not Available






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