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Poll: 40 percent of British Jews considering leaving UK over anti-Semitism
An incredible 90 percent of British Jews believe that the Labour Party is anti-Semitic, and 40 percent are considering leaving the United Kingdom because of the spike in anti-Semitism.
British police investigate anti-Semitism complaints against Labour Party, Corbyn
The Metropolitan Police said it is acting on a dossier of information, consisting of more than 80 pages of anti-Semitic vitriol, provided by the Campaign Against Antisemitism to London police chief Cressida Dick.
Danon to UK’s Parliament: ‘Corbyn an anti-Semite who wants to return Britain to darker periods’
Israel’s Ambassador to the United Nations Danny Danon said “in his actions and statements, [Jeremy] Corbyn gives oxygen to incidents of racism by embracing his terrorist friends and encouraging the activities of BDS. Israel stands by the Jewish community in England.”
Corbyn could face sanctions for support of Hamas
If Jeremy Corbyn were to be sanctioned by the United States, any financial assets there would likely be frozen, along with other penalties.
Corbyn: UK will ‘recognize Palestine’ if Labour Party wins next election
The development comes amid allegations of anti-Semitism increasing in the party, with Corbyn’s anti-Semitic and anti-Israel history revealed by numerous reports.
Poll: 40 percent of British Jews might leave, 90 percent of them citing anti-Semitism
“Most British Jews who would ordinarily wear Jewish clothing and symbols said that they now conceal them when out in public,” the Campaign Against Antisemitism said in a statement.
Soviet anti-Semitism in a British guise
Given the number of occasions that British Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn publicly defended the Soviet regime, he was clearly well aware of Moscow’s stance on all the key international matters of the time, as well as its propaganda practices.
Why Jews now find themselves in the eye of the Western storm
Only when the enormity of the Holocaust was finally revealed after the war did hatred of Jews become unsayable. It went underground—until the left’s adoption of the Palestinian narrative made it sayable again.
‘Israel is a racist endeavor’ posters go up in London
Londoners woke up on Thursday morning to messages on at least six bus stops with “Israel is a racist endeavor” posters, just two days after the U.K. Labour Party adopted a definition of anti-Semitism.
Jeremy Corbyn: How he is making British Jews nervous enough to consider leaving
With the rise of Labour Party leader and accused anti-Semite Jeremy Corbyn, Britain grappling with its decision to leave the European Union and Prime Minister Theresa May facing criticism over Brexit, Jewish community members are concerned—concerned enough to consider leaving.
UK Labour Party accepts full definition of anti-Semitism
Finally taking this step sounds “positive,” said Gideon Falter, chairman of Campaign Against Antisemitism, but doing so “should never have been in question.”
The Sephardi Perspective
Corbyn’s worldview turns the truth on its head
Hardly a day goes by without another shocking revelation of British Labour Party leaderJeremy Corbyn’s past associations with racists and terrorist enablers. But little has been said about the intellectual underpinnings of the ideological worldview he has clung to for 40 years.
Senior UK Labour official: Party has a week to save itself
Eldad Beck and Israel Hayom Staff
If Labour does not adopt full definition of anti-Semitism at coming meeting, party could become “irrelevant,” says former home secretary.
Who and what Jeremy Corbyn really is (not an anti-Semite)
His anti-Zionism and his retelling of the “history” of how Britain betrayed the Arabs is what allows Arabs to mortar and rocket Israel, shoot at its soldiers and civilians, and kill and maim Jews.
You cannot fool everyone all the time …
According to Jeremy Corbyn, the Jews are in control of the British media. Jews, and hence the Israeli ambassador, force the prime minister and other legislators to do their bidding on the public airwaves.