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Europa Europa: Corbyn’s nightmare

It is no secret that Corbyn, a 30-year maverick of Labour’s backbenches, has somehow unleashed the chemical cocktail that created an eco-system in which antisemitism has been allowed to escape from the darkest recesses and flourish

Antisemitism crisis in British Labour reaches new crescendo

The events of the past two weeks make it clear that the antisemitism crisis is likely to continue to tear the British Labour party apart until it is adequately addressed.

Australia should follow UK, list Hezbollah in its entirety

Following the UK government's decision to ban Hezbollah in its entirety, AIJAC urges Australia’s Minister for Home Affairs to take a close look at Britain’s announcement and urgently review Australia’s own terrorism listing for Hezbollah.

A matter of definition: Why the IHRA working definition of antisemitism...

A new CNN survey has once again put antisemitism into the news headlines. According to the survey of 7000 people across seven European countries, as many as 25% of Europeans have traditional antisemitic attitudes.

It’s one thing to criticise, but people need to tread carefully

ALLEGATIONS of anti-Semitism have been prominent in international news lately, with Jeremy Corbyn’s British Labour Party in crisis, accused even by some of his own MPs of tolerating or even practising anti-Semitism.

Europa Europa: Bad Joke

Why has Corbyn, leader of the Israel-hate movement, been so intransigent on the issue? Because, quite simply, he knew that by embracing the definition in full he would be labelling himself as an antisemite.

The Last Word: Pernicious, Pervasive and Poisonous

What I was hearing from them was that, behind closed doors, attitudes which were more identified with far-right racists were not uncommon and that these were to a degree validated by obsessive anti-Israel monomania – and by others quite happy to treat Jews as political footballs.

Europa Europa: The final frontier

Israelis do not hanker for a return to the days of the British Mandate. Nor do they hide secret reservoirs of nostalgia for the sometimes-brutal British colonial police who once strutted about their streets. But they did react with undisguised pleasure to the decision by the UK Foreign Office last month that the future king, Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, would this year make the first official visit to Israel by a senior member of the British royal family...

Europa Europa: Domestic Unease

I have always felt a profound debt of gratitude to Britain. It did not roll out the red carpet but, rather impassively, it offered me a refuge and the opportunity to lead a normal life of anonymity, which is the blessing of a big city.

No more. Like many other Jews, I no longer feel at ease in Britain.

Implications of the UK election for the British Jewish community

The recent British election was a disaster for incumbent Prime Minister Theresa May and her Conservative Party.

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