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
A quick Google search reveals the stench of anti-Semitism, or at the very least anti-Semitism by association, that has trailed Jeremy Corbyn
“We cannot + will not move forward without deep fellowship and leadership with the Jewish community,” she tweeted in response to Jewish concerns.
Anti-Semitism, once reserved for the far left and right, has now entered the animal rights movement with a vengeance.
Quoting me multiple times, Harpin failed to provide context for any of the quotes, cutting them short and/or not clarifying
Labour may have strengthened their definition of anti-Semitism, but Jeremy Corbyn’s tacit acceptance of anti-Semitism is cause for great concern.
Calling someone an anti-Semite is an awfully potent defamation of character. It should be used only with severe caution.
Two of the five featured panelists are Jewish.