Labour has suspended a second councillor amid the party row over alleged anti-semitism.
The suspension of Blackburn with Darwen councillor Salim Mulla, a former mayor of Blackburn, came just hours after the suspension of Ilyas Aziz, a Labour councillor in Nottingham.
The Guido Fawkes website reported that Mr Mulla had shared a message suggesting Israel should be relocated to the US - the same post as Ms Shah which led to her apologising in the Commons and having the whip withdrawn.
Another post, from 2014, apparently showed footage of a Palestinian boy being arrested with a comment from Mr Mulla saying: "Apartheid at its best. Zionist Jews are a disgrace to humanity."
When asked for comment, Mr Mulla told blogger Guido Fawkes: "It was probably just forwarded to me.
"I don’t agree with Zionism at all. I have very, very many Jewish friends."
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