British Jews in the Labour Party, Speak Up! A Call for Testimonies

August 19, 2018

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Labour Jews, Speak Up! A Call for Testimonies
The misnamed Campaign Against Antisemitism (CAA) has stated that its goal is the eviction of Jeremy Corbyn from public life.
To this end, the CAA has referred the Labour Party to the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) alleging ‘institutional antisemitism’.
The Chief Executive of the EHRC already stated in 2017 that Labour ‘must do more to establish that it is not a racist party’. She did so on the basis of hearsay that had not been investigated and in fact was false. 
Notwithstanding its reckless and cavalier record on this issue, the EHRC’s judgement is likely to carry weight in public discussion.
The CAA is now soliciting testimonies from Labour Party members in support of its complaint.
The Time Is Now for the Silent Majority of Labour Jews to Stand Up and Be Counted! 
Resist the Cynical Attack on the Labour Party! 
Resist the Trivialisation and Instrumentalisation of Antisemitism!  
Defend Our Party and Its Democratically Elected Leadership!  
If you believe Labour is being misrepresented and traduced, now is the time to speak up.
We need your testimonies about your experiences in the Labour Party to submit to the EHRC. 
Send them ASAP to: by Friday 24 August 2018.