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Antisemitism: Corbyn and the crisis that won’t go away

Antisemitism: Corbyn and the crisis that won’t go away

Months of allegations are eating away at Labour’s standingLast Thursday the Labour MP for Bermondsey and Old Southwark, Neil Coyle, was knocking on doors, trying to reassure local residents about
Tom Watson vows to defy bid to oust him as Labour deputy leader

Tom Watson vows to defy bid to oust him as Labour deputy leader

Hashtag #ResignWatson trends after he criticises party’s handling of antisemitism rowTom Watson has vowed to face down an online campaign to oust him as Labour’s deputy leader after he criticised the
Rabbi Shmuley: What Happened to You, Cory Booker?

Rabbi Shmuley: What Happened to You, Cory Booker?

Cory Booker must explain his waning support for the Jewish State and Israel’s security, which has American Jewry saddened, perplexed, and alarmed.
Leaked Labour papers reveal scale of challenge to tackle antisemitism

Leaked Labour papers reveal scale of challenge to tackle antisemitism

National executive committee only considered a minority of cases before disputes panel because of time constraintsLeaked Labour disciplinary papers have laid bare the scale of the challenge the
Sweden’s far right may loom large, but I’m confident it won’t govern | Peter Wolodarski

Sweden’s far right may loom large, but I’m confident it won’t govern | Peter Wolodarski

Björn Söder’s comments on Jewish and Sami people reveal his party’s disturbing instinct to rank people by originsSweden’s general election is just a month away, and the deputy speaker of the Swedish

Microsoft threatened to unplug Gab over anti-Semitic posts

After Milo Yiannopoulos got banned from Twitter, he and his followers moved to Gab, a social network priding itself on free speech that has become popular with conservatives and the alt-right. But it
Jeremy Corbyn: I was present at wreath-laying but don't think I was involved

Jeremy Corbyn: I was present at wreath-laying but don't think I was involved

Labour leader rows with Israeli PM over ceremony for individuals from group behind Munich massacreJeremy Corbyn has said he was present but not involved at a wreath-laying for individuals behind the
The Corbyn wreath ‘scandal’ is just an exercise in hypocrisy | Owen Jones

The Corbyn wreath ‘scandal’ is just an exercise in hypocrisy | Owen Jones

Showing solidarity with Palestinians courts condemnation, while complicity in the Israeli occupation is seen as acceptableIn November 2004, Britain’s foreign secretary Jack Straw laid a wreath at the
Labour antisemitism row: Unite boss accuses Jewish leaders of 'truculent hostility'

Labour antisemitism row: Unite boss accuses Jewish leaders of 'truculent hostility'

Len McCluskey hits out as he joins fellow union bosses in urging party to adopt full IHRA definitionLen McCluskey has accused Jewish leaders of showing “truculent hostility” towards Labour, as he
Burqa-Defending Tory Peer Faces Probe for Hamas-Linked Event with Corbyn

Burqa-Defending Tory Peer Faces Probe for Hamas-Linked Event with Corbyn

Senior Conservative MPs are demanding an investigation into a Muslim Tory Lord for attending the same controversial conference as Jeremy Corbyn, where Hamas compared Israel to Islamic State
Jews and Palestinians are the losers in this pointless political spat | Rachel Shabi

Jews and Palestinians are the losers in this pointless political spat | Rachel Shabi

Finger-pointing over Jeremy Corbyn’s visit to Tunis has now spread to the Tory party. Yet all it does is provoke divisionCalls this week for the Conservative peer Lord Sheikh to be expelled from his
BDS has nothing useful to contribute to the Middle East peace process | Letter

BDS has nothing useful to contribute to the Middle East peace process | Letter

Michael Freeman, counsellor for civil society affairs at the embassy of Israel in London, responds to Nathan Thrall’s article on the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movementNathan Thrall’s
Remarks about Zionists draw official complaint against Jeremy Corbyn

Remarks about Zionists draw official complaint against Jeremy Corbyn

Leader is reported for antisemitism over speech made in 2013Jeremy Corbyn has been made the subject of an official complaint to the Labour party over his suggestion in 2013 that some British Zionists
Siding with the Palestinian struggle is not antisemitic | Ahmad Samih Khalidi

Siding with the Palestinian struggle is not antisemitic | Ahmad Samih Khalidi

Jeremy Corbyn has no need to apologise for being the first Labour leader to oppose Zionism on moral groundsJeremy Corbyn’s choice of words about Zionists may be open to criticism. But his, and anyone
New York City renamed as "Jewtropolis" in Snapchat maps

New York City renamed as "Jewtropolis" in Snapchat maps

New York City was vandalized in OpenStreetMap, and as a result renamed as "Jewtropolis" in Snapchat and other applications that ultimately depend on the service for mapping.The company called it an

Vandal renames NYC 'Jewtropolis' on Snapchat and other apps

An instance of anti-semitic digital vandalism appears to be affecting platforms such as Snapchat, CitiBike, Jump Bike, Zillow and StreetEasy, with New York City showing up as "Jewtropolis" on their
Jeremy Corbyn, Jonathan Sacks and the antisemitism row engulfing Labour | Letters

Jeremy Corbyn, Jonathan Sacks and the antisemitism row engulfing Labour | Letters

Readers give their views on the attack by former UK chief rabbi Jonathan Sacks on the Labour leaderAs a Zionist and a liberal Jew, I am struck by the contrast between Ahmad Samih Khalidi’s article
Frank Field resigns Labour whip over antisemitism crisis

Frank Field resigns Labour whip over antisemitism crisis

MP decries ‘culture of nastiness’ in party and says he will sit as an independentJeremy Corbyn has been warned that the resignation of the veteran MP Frank Field from the Labour whip, over
How an anti-Semitic slur made its way onto maps across the internet

How an anti-Semitic slur made its way onto maps across the internet

Snapchat users were greeted with an alarming change to Snap Maps this morning: New York City had been renamed “Jewtropolis.” Even worse, social media was filled reports of maps on other websites and
Antisemitism row 'risks chances of Labour government'

Antisemitism row 'risks chances of Labour government'

Crisis raising questions about party’s position on equality, says former Labour minister A former defence minister who chairs Labour’s Jewish affiliate has said the party will lose its chance to form