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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.
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Labour Party branch defeats motion condemning Tree of Life anti-Semitic shooting
Steve Cooke, the secretary of Norton West branch in the Stockton North constituency, said he was “aghast” that the motion was defeated after members criticized that there was too much emphasis on “anti-Semitism this, anti-Semitism that.”
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.
PayPal drops British entity War on Want amid complaint
The complaint accuses the anti-poverty and social-justice organization of having political campaigns with little or no relevance to global poverty, in addition to making falsehoods regarding Israel.
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.”
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.
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.
Thousands of Christians stand with British Jewry amid Labour anti-Semitism row
The declaration by Christians United for Israel comes amid three Jewish newspapers in the United Kingdom accusing Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn of being an “existential threat” to British Jewry.
Jeremy Corbyn’s ‘existential threat’
The fear that he has normalized anti-Semitism in the Labour Party, coupled with unwavering loyalty to the Palestine solidarity activists who have dragged Labour into the mire of Jew-baiting, leads many to conclude that what has already happened in the party will unfold next in the country.
Israel gets it right on the nation-state, while the West fumbles with identity
Jews are also commanded in the Torah not to wrong or oppress a stranger “for you were strangers in the land of Egypt.” But what if the strangers in question want to turn your own country into Egypt?
Britain’s Brexit betrayal may push Jewish problem into Downing Street
Most of the anti-Semitism on the left takes the form of obsessive and paranoid falsehoods, distortion and double standards directed at the behavior of the State of Israel, with much of this onslaught echoing the imagery and tropes of medieval and Nazi anti-Semitism.
British government plans inquiry into incitement in Palestinian textbooks
“It is grotesque that U.K. taxpayers’ money is helping to support the teaching of a curriculum which incites violence and terrorism and spreads anti-Semitism,” said Parliament member Joan Ryan.
Prince William touches down in Israel for first official visit
William, who is second in line to the throne, is scheduled to tour Israel and the West Bank during his three-day visit, which is being seen as a major test for the 36-year-old grandson of Queen Elizabeth due to the complex political and religious sensitivities surrounding his stay.
Britain: UN Human Rights Council must end its anti-Israel bias
Israel is the only country with a dedicated item at the UNHRC, known as Agenda Item 7, which mandates a discussion of Israel’s conduct with the Palestinians at every session.
Netanyahu asks for May’s help in ‘rolling back’ Iranian aggression in Mideast
The Israeli prime minister told his British counterpart that he believes that there are “ways to work together to achieve both goals.”