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‘Anti-Zionist and Jew:’ Behind Jeremy Corbyn’s apology
For all the apparent differences between anti-Zionism and anti-Semitism, we spend an enormous amount of time thinking and speaking negatively about Jews as a group.
In a Passover message, British premier recognizes fight against anti-Semitism
“For millennia, the descendants of those Moses led to freedom have continued to face hatred, discrimination and violence. It’s a situation that continues to this day, including, I’m sad to say, here in Britain,” said British Prime Minister Theresa May.
Amid anti-Semitism scandal, U.K.’s Corbyn criticized over Seder with far-left group
Jeremy Corbyn, leader of the British Labour Party, said it was “very interesting talking to a lot of young people about their experiences of modern Britain, and I learned a lot. Isn’t that a good thing?”
Prince William to make first-ever official royal visit to Israel this summer
Kensington Palace announced that Prince William will visit Israel and Jordan, as well as the Palestinians as part of an official tour this summer.
Dangoor health initiative brings innovation of Israeli start-ups to British health care
The initiative, created by the British Embassy’s U.K. Israel Tech hub, will bring together the scale of the British National Health Service with Israeli innovation and technology in a way that can deliver sound results for people in the United Kingdom.
Britons support full Hezbollah ban by four to one
Jewish News UK
Debating the Hezbollah Problem
Washington Institute for Near East Policy
Amnesty International withdraws from event with UK Jewish community, citing support for BDS
Amnesty International sparked outrage among the U.K. Jewish community after citing support for the anti-Israel BDS movement in its withdrawal from an event it had organized with the Jewish Leadership Council (JLC), an umbrella group of major British Jewish organizations.
Is Europe waking up on the Iranian threat? Not likely, experts say
Ariel Ben Solomon
Despite France’s public quarreling with Iran in recent months, Europe is unlikely to fall in line with the hardline policies of the U.S. and Israel against the terrorism-supporting Tehran regime, experts say.