Hundreds of British musicians and music industry leaders have signed an open letter condemning anti-Semitism.
Asked about his issues with Jews he has worked with, Wiley said that they are “rich” and have worldwide “heritage.”
One post reportedly called the Palestinian terror group Hamas “the purest resistance movement in modern history.”
A British university lecturer was fired for making racist claims, including that “Jewish people are the cleverest in the world.”
The former employees were said to be inflating the party’s Jew-hatred problem to hurt its former leader.
British Jewish leaders criticized the tweets but said they would stand behind the movement.
The politician linked to an interview of an actress who said Israeli secret services taught U.S. polices how to knee choke.
Jewish men were twice as likely as Christian men to die from COVID-19, even when controlling for poverty, age and health history.
Police have not yet said the attack was a hate crime or linked to anti-Semitism.
Tony Murray, a Paris-born heating mogul, fought in the Royal Air Force against the Nazis.