“When he eventually steps back, history will not look kindly on Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership of the Labour Party.”
A Jewish activist spoke to her for 45 minutes earlier this year regarding the Jewish community’s concerns about the Labour leader.
“How is your campaign against anti-Semitism coming along, Jeremy?” and “Jeremy, how did it feel to lay down a wreath on behalf of a terrorist?”
Right-winger Yosef David of the Brexit Party wants to raise awareness about the Labour leader’s anti-Semitism controversy.
Mann said that being government adviser on anti-Semitism will allow him to “devote 95% of my life to fighting the war against anti-Semitism.”
The party has launched an educational website about anti-Semitism.
“You have failed to defend our party’s anti-racist values. You have therefore failed the test of leadership,” the critics charged.
The struggle to eradicate anti-Semitism from Britain’s Labour Party and to remove its leader Jeremy Corbyn from office are one and the same.
The Board of Deputies of British Jews sent a letter to Corbyn expressing “grave concern” about the forward and calling the book “pure and u
Many on the left, and the Jewish left, have been quick to condemn the group as a bunch of Blairites interested in furthering their own careers