Mr Raab warned the Labour leader lacks ‘moral authority’ to stand up to terrorists, having previously described members of the Hamas and Hezbollah terror groups as his “friends”. He also argued Mr Corbyn would lack “credibility” in standing up to Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Britain goes to the polls on December 12 to elect a new Government.
Writing in The Sunday Telegraph Mr Raab asserted a Government led by Mr Corbyn would undermine British national security.
He commented: “What credibility would we have in standing up to bellicose Russian President Vladimir Putin, if the UK were led by Mr Corbyn who sided with him when Salisbury was subject to a nerve agent attack in 2018?
“What chance would the UK have as we seek to unite NATO allies, whilst led by someone who called for NATO to ‘shut up shop, give up, go home and go away’?
“Under Jeremy Corbyn we would be weaker and more vulnerable at home" (Image: GETTY)
Boris Johnson called the General Election to get Parliamentary support for his Brexit deal (Image: GETTY)
“How would our security services be able to keep us safe when Labour’s manifesto suggests they plan to dilute their powers?
“And what moral authority would we have in tackling terrorism, led by a man who counts Hamas and Hezbollah as ‘friend’ and constantly opposed action to defeat Daesh?”
Daesh is an Arabic acronym used to describe the so called Islamic State, also known as ISIS.
Speaking at a Newport rally in 2014 Mr Corbyn suggested NATO should have been disbanded at the end of the Cold War.
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Boris Johnson visiting the scene of the London Bridge attack yesterday (Image: GETTY)