Labour has suspended its third councillor in a day over controversial posts about Israel on social media.
Burnley councillor Shah Hussain has been suspended pending investigation after allegedly telling an Israeli footballer on Twitter "you and your country" are "doing exactly the same thing that Hitler did", referring to violence against Palestinians.
His suspension follows that of Salim Mulli, ex-mayor of Blackburn, and Nottingham City councillor Ilyas Aziz.
Mr Hussain has told the Press Association he will fight the suspension, and added: "If Jewish people find it offensive then I think they need to think about what the rest of the world thinks."
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