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Chief Rabbi: ‘Zionist-Bashing’ Is Shaming UK Universities

The vilification of Jewish students is tarnishing the reputation of UK universities, the chief rabbi has warned. Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis said “Zionist bashing” is taking place unchecked and Jewish students can be defined by “the ugly term Zios” as they simply go about their studies.

abour prospective parliamentary candidate for Ealing Central and Acton constituency Rupa Huq (R) is grabbed from behind by Karim Sacoor, a campaign volunteer for Conservative parliamentary candidate Angie Bray, as she tries to debate with London Mayor Boris Johnson as he met with voters on May 1, 2015 in London, United Kingdom.

Labour MP: ‘We could say sorry for creating Israel’

A Labour Party MP has been revealed as proposing a Labour Government could make an historical apology for the creation of the modern State of Israel in 1948. According to the Mail on Sunday, Ealing MP Rupa Huq (pictured) made the comments

People take part in a pro-Palestinian demonstration on October 10, 2015 in Paris, calling for a boycott of Israel and for the recognition of the State of Palestine. Since October 1, 2015 and the murder of two West Bank settlers, clashes in Israel have left at least four Israelis and 17 Palestinians dead.

Charity That Backed Anti-Israel Events Loses Government Cash

A British charity that sponsored events accused of promoting hatred and violence against Jews and Israel has lost its government funding. The Department for International Development (Dfid) said that it no longer supported War on Want, which helped underwrite “Israeli Apartheid Week” in

Labour anti-Semitism attacked

WATCH – UK Labour Party Told: ‘Sort Out’ Your Anti-Semitism

British Prime Minister David Cameron took to the floor of the House of Commons and told opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn to address accusations of anti-Semitism in the Labour Party. Mr. Cameron said Labour’s purported anti-Semitism was a signal of “even worse things happening

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BBC Journalist Who Said ‘Israel Hasn’t Really Worked Out’ Told To Apologise

A BBC journalist who told radio listeners “Israel hasn’t really worked out” has been told to apologise. Chris Rogers (pictured), an award-winning presenter who has won acclaim for investigative work for Sky News, ITV and BBC’s Panorama programme, made the comments while taking a call from someone who said migrants to Britain should be shipped off to Africa.


Carswell Leaves Anti-Farage UKIP Leadership Bid Open

Douglas Carswell has not ruled out a push for new leadership of the UK Independence Party (UKIP) after the European Union (EU) referendum while issuing a veiled warning to Nigel Farage over sharing a platform with George Galloway again. In an