The money man at the centre of the Labour Party funding row might have disguised his donation to the party to avoid accusations of being too Jewish.
Mr Abrahams said he had earned all of his money. None of it came from unreasonable demands made on short term loans to people who couldn't pay.
Mr Abrahams said he had nothing to do with any Jewish conspiracy involving his close-knit circle of Jewish friends Lord Levy, Jon Mendelsohn and Israel.
"The real reason I wanted to remain anonymous was that I didn't want Jewish money and the Labour Party being put together because this is what I feared would happen. People would say there's a Jewish conspiracy."
Nobody is saying anything about a Jewish conspiracy, however, drawing comparison to Shylock in Shakespeare's notorious anti-semitic play The Merchant of Venice, Abrahams warned the government he could make really, really unreasonable demands from them if ministers cut up rough.
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