The Equality and Human Rights Commission released a report that found Labour violated the Equality Act of 2010 in three ways: “political interference in anti-Semitism complaints,” “failure to provide adequate training to those handling anti-Semitism complaints” and “harassment.”
The claims that the party is rife with antisemitism become even stronger as the terrorist group bent on killing Jews expresses support for Corbyn’s “moral” position.
The 2018 annual conference of Britain’s Labour Party proved that, however strong the criticism, and however embarrassing the scandal, there are many in England who will get on with their top priority
Police investigate the party’s anti-Semitism, Holocaust denial, and threats to Jewish MP’s, as well as the party’s illegal attempts to cover these up.
“Most British Jews who would ordinarily wear Jewish clothing and symbols said that they now conceal them when out in public,” the Campaign Against Antisemitism said in a statement.
More than 5,000 Christians have taken a stand against anti-semitism, after signing a declaration of solidarity with the UK’s Jewish community. It boldly states that, “For the safety and security of the Jewish people in Britain and for the future of our country, we will not allow the Jewish community to stand alone.”
At a meeting of the Parliamentary Labour Party, several Labour MPs attacked the move to adopt a new definition of anti-Semitism backed by General Secretary Jennie Formby.
‘It is my responsibility to acknowledge the hostility that you have shown to the Jewish community, and the anti-Semitic statements and actions you have allowed as leader of the Labour Party U.K.,’ said Israel’s Labor head Avi Gabbay.
‘I place no limitations on the points you would wish to raise and am happy for the agenda to cover the issues you’ve already outlined,’ Labour leader Corbyn wrote to two Jewish organizations.
Chanting ‘Enough is Enough,’ some 2,000 people rallied Monday outside the Parliament in London to protest anti-Semitism in the British Labour Party. They criticized Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, whom British Jewish leaders have charged with enabling anti-Semitism in the party.