Hamas has taken it upon themselves to call for a ceasefire in the ongoing civil war within the UK’s Labour Party. For weeks, the party has been embroiled in bitter infighting over whether to support Israel’s right to self-defence or to openly side with Hamas terrorists.

The Labour Party, which used to be a shining beacon of unity and social justice, has recently devolved into a battlefield of ideological clashes that make Game of Thrones look like a friendly game of chess. It appears that Labour’s identity crisis has reached such a level of absurdity that even the Middle East’s most notorious militant group couldn’t resist butting in.

Hamas, renowned for their unwavering commitment to violence and terrorism, issued a statement from their underground headquarters, conveniently located somewhere in the heart of London. The statement read, “We have observed the chaos and confusion within the Labour Party and have decided to intervene. We are calling for an immediate ceasefire in their ranks to prevent further embarrassment and to spare the British public from the spectacle of a political party grappling with the fundamental question of whether to support terrorism or not.”

One Labour Party member, who wished to remain anonymous, commented, “It’s quite comforting to see that an internationally recognised terrorist organisation has our best interests at heart. At this point, I wouldn’t be surprised if they start offering us advice on economic policy or healthcare.”

The infighting within the Labour Party has escalated to the point where it seems like every member has their own personal definition of ‘solidarity.’ Some argue that supporting Israel’s right to self-defence is the way to go, while others believe that cozying up to terrorist groups with a penchant for indiscriminate rocket attacks is the path to righteousness.

In response to Hamas’s call for a ceasefire, Labour’s leadership issued a statement that expressed gratitude for the offer but made it clear that they would continue their internal debate. “We appreciate Hamas’s concern for our well-being, but we need to figure this out on our own. After all, we’ve been expertly navigating the murky waters of internal strife for quite some time now.”

Meanwhile, the Conservative Party, the political arch-nemesis of Labour, couldn’t contain their glee. One Conservative MP was overheard saying, “I knew the Labour Party was in a bit of a shambles, but this takes the biscuit. Maybe next, they’ll get advice on international diplomacy from North Korea.”

As the Labour Party continues to grapple with their internal strife, the rest of the world can only watch in a mixture of amusement and disbelief. After all, it’s not every day that a terrorist organisation has to step in to remind a political party about the basic principles of common sense. It’s safe to say that British politics has reached a new level of absurdity, and Hamas’s call for a ceasefire is just the latest twist in this never-ending saga.