The Organization of Bergen-Belsen Survivors in Israel asked a Tel Aviv court to halt the sale, calling it “trade in the Holocaust.”
The International Skating Union tried desperately to pretend the whole thing never happened, but Twitter isn’t buying it.
The trip, called “Face to Face,” leaves at the end of the month and includes visiting Palestinian areas of the West Bank.
This is the second time in the three months that footage of British Jews being subjected to anti-Semitism on British public transport has gone viral.
The statement notes that no official decision has been made on whether to bring the motion forward at the next board meeting.
The news broke shortly after Prime Minister Boris Johnson said that fighting anti-Semitism is a “top priority” for his government.
A piece of the pepperoni fell into the food of the Jewish officer and he could not eat his meal.
“The Jewish people are our brothers, and they should not be persecuted,” the pope said.
Right-winger Yosef David of the Brexit Party wants to raise awareness about the Labour leader’s anti-Semitism controversy.
“Despite everything, I am very grateful to life for everything,” said Andor Stern, who is recognized as the only Brazilian-born survivor.
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