Star Anderton, who represents the eurosceptic party in Dudley, West Midlands, urged the council to make a commitment to condemning anti-Semitism in the wake of Labour party links to anti-semitic incidents.
However, her attempts sparked a furious attack on Ukip from a Labour councillor in the meeting, despite support from elsewhere in the room.
Shaukat Ali said: “What really makes my blood boil – without disrespect – in terms of the party who are responsible for spreading fear, hatred and division in this borough bring a motion forward.
“They are the ones… are we fooled by them? They don’t represent… It is not disgraceful, it is important – if you don’t want to listen, I have my opportunity to say and I wholeheartedly support the anti-Semitism motion.”
Ukip accused a Labour councillor of attacking them after tabling an anti-semitism motion
Ukip are responsible for spreading fear, hatred and division
Councillor Shaukat Ali
Mr Ali’s comments sparked a mass walkout from the Ukip representatives in the meeting, Ms Star yelling: “That is a disgusting thing to say in the chamber”, as she left the room.
Ms Star was joined by Ukip MEP and Sedgley council Bill Etheridge and group leader Councillor Paul Brothwood.
Mr Brothwood called for his Labour counterpart to be suspended along with Mayor of Dudley, Councillor Mohammed Hanif, and chief executive Sarah Norman for not intervening.
Mr Etheridge, who joined the protest, told Express.co.uk: “The Labour group in Dudley are a microcosm of the sickness affecting the whole Labour Party.
“They wield politically correct terms like ‘racist’ with gay abandon for political gain, but the truth is they are the real purveyors of hate and division.
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“The Labour Party is mired in scandal over the comments by Ken Livingstone and the anti-semitism accusations. Yet, this motion proposed by the Ukip group was used by a Labour councillor to attack us and accuse us of racism.
“It is the irony of it, which will not see.”
Mr Brothwood added: “I have called for the chief executive, mayor and Councillor Ali to be suspended.
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“They should have intervened and put a stop to it.
“It is not fair for my councillors to feel intimidated by rogue members of the Labour Party.”
Express.co.uk have contacted the Labour Party for comment.