British PM David Cameron repeatedly called on Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn to withdraw his references to anti-Semitic terrorist groups as “friends,” but to no avail.

Cameron’s demand that Corbyn state he is not their friend comes amid a growing anti-Semitism scandal currently engulfing the Labour Party.

The exchange becomes even more interesting when Corbyn, who refuses to say directly that he is no friend of those terrorists, turns the table and slams Cameron for besmirching the Labour mayoral candidate, Sadiq Kahn.

Khan, as Cameron pointed out, shared a platform with the likes of “Sajeel Shahid, the man who trained the ringleader of the July 2005 London bombings and who had called for Jews to be drowned in the ocean.

This is only a small taste of the lively exchange. We recommend that you hear it all.