Dozens of rabbis say Labour chooses to ignore UK Jewish community

Dozens of rabbis say Labour chooses to ignore UK Jewish community
 

More than 60 British rabbis have written a joint letter saying Labour has “chosen to ignore the Jewish community,” as the party’s ruling body prepares for a meeting on its antisemitism code of conduct.
Some of the UK’s most senior rabbis, in a letter to the Guardian, said Labour was acting in an “insulting and arrogant way” by choosing – in its new code – to amend an international definition of antisemitism.
Signatories include Rabbi Harvey Belovski, vice-chair of the United Synagogue’s rabbinical council, and Rabbis Laura Janner-Klausner, Danny Rich and Jonathan Wittenberg, leaders of the... read more

 
16 July 2018 in Politics, Views: 51
Source: Guardian
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