JEREMY Corbyn is under pressure to suspend another top official after Labour's new membership head was embroiled in an anti-Semitism slur.
Jules Rutherford, due to start her job on Monday, retweeted a post claiming allegations of anti-Semitism by party members had been trumped up to damage Labour members.
The tweet she shared also dismissed anti-Semitism slurs as "lies".
The original post was by Jack Jazz, who linked to a video by Professor Norman Finkelstein describing anti-Semitism as "witch-hunt hysteria".
He said: "Jews were the spearhead of the campaign to stop Corbyn.
"The British elites could not have got away with calling Corbyn an anti-semite unless they had the visible support of all the leading Jewish organisations."
Rutherford said: "These smears are being used as a political weapon against Jeremy Corbyn."
The Labour leader's office refused to say if Ms Rutherford would face disciplinary action.