On the Anniversary of Kristallnacht, a British Mob Tries to Break the Windows of the Israeli Ambassador’s Car

Nov. 11 2021

On Tuesday night, Tzipi Hotevely, the Israeli ambassador to the United Kingdom, came to the London School of Economics (LSE) to speak with students. A protest took place outside during the event, which devolved into an attack on the ambassador, who had to be evacuated. The editors of Britain’s Jewish Chronicle respond:

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More about: Anti-Semitism, Israel on campus, Kristallnacht, United Kingdom

Israel Must Choose the Right Friends in Asia

In the past few decades, the Jewish state has vastly expanded its diplomatic, economic, and sometimes military ties with South and East Asia, while doing its best to stay away from the conflicts that divide the countries in the region. Daniel Samet surveys the potential for these relationships, urging Jerusalem to avoid deepening cooperation with China and instead to focus on cultivating further its alliances-in-the-making with China’s competitors:

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More about: India, Israel diplomacy, Israel-China relations