Methinks this "Baroness" is a goy wannabe. I could understand if she called herself a yenta or a bovine; indeed, as I never quarrel with facts, I would wholeheartedly agree. But when she calls herself a hoity-toity Baroness, I, as a Jew from Brooklyn, New York, have to wonder whether she's a…Jewish self-hater.

May 6, 2016

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Why the Labour Party won’t confront British Muslim anti-Semitism

Too many Labour politicians cravenly adopted the anti-Semitic tropes and anti-Israel demonization they think will get them British Muslim votes, rather than standing up to the prejudice that exists in the community.

By Ruth Deech | May 4, 2016 | 3:17 PM |  12

Anglo-Jewry is suffering from ennui. What is new to the general media is not at all news for us. For 20 years or so anti-Semitism has been growing in the U.K., on the Left.

Yes, there are right-wing anti-Semites and there are Holocaust deniers, but they have for long been treated as buffoons of no importance — which is true — and being of the “Right” they are not taken seriously, whereas to be of the “Left” is to be righteous, sanctimonious and beyond criticism or reproof.

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