Over the past two weeks, Jeremy Corbyn, the leader of Britain’s Labor party, has faced renewed accusations of anti-Semitism.
Most of the hate being thrown at Jewdas is not because of our outlandish rituals but because of our position on Israel.
Jeremy Corbyn has defied all predictions. And like Bernie Sanders in the U.S., he is particularly popular among Britain’s disenchanted youth.
Like many past initiatives, UJS’ Bridges Not Boycotts calls for mutual understanding — if one party desists in their demand for equal civil rights.