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Tag Archives: UK
The British Labour Party has descended from mild eccentricity to vicious antisemitism in a relatively short time. As we have seen in backwards Middle East and other totalitarian societies, hatred of the Jews damages not only the Jews but the … Continue reading
Today is not a regular Friday. It is Erev Tisha B’Av, and although we do not mourn on Shabbat (thus the fast is put off until Sunday), we are still carrying on in a more minor key than usual. Therefore … Continue reading
This is another guest post by frequent contributor Brian Goldfarb. After the Brexit vote, and against the background of continuing Labour antisemitism scandals, I asked him if he could bring us “the view from over there”, particularly from the viewpoint of … Continue reading
True to his promise earlier this year, following several instances of antisemitism in his party, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn commissioned an inquiry into antisemitism in the party, chaired by Shami Chakrabarti. Sadly the investigation descended from farce into outrage and … Continue reading
After a nail-biting sleepless night, the results are in – and Britain is out! By a slim majority of 52-48% the British public voted to leave the EU. Following this result, David Cameron announced his resignation, to take place in … Continue reading