“In pre-civil rights America, . . . Jewish people were not required to sit at the back of the bus.”
The party didn’t earn Luciana Berger’s forgiveness.
Chris Williamson still blames the Jews.
Jeremy Corbyn is gone, but his legacy remains.
In a recent interview, Keir Starmer appeals to the UK’s Jews.
And even the new-and-improved party won’t recognize Israel’s right to self-defense.
Ed Husain’s case for “inclusive patriotism.”
It’s been one year since the anti-Semitic Labor leader stepped down. Things have much improved since then, but it’s also become clear that the forces he unleashed are in the U.K. to stay.
The Jews Don’t Count.
An obsession with “structural racism” excuses hatred of Jews.
The Jewish Voice for Labor serves only to “kosherize” Jeremy Corbyn.
Is the UK, which stood alone against Hitler, still a safe place for Jews to live?
Smelly ideas, old and new.
With Corbyn out, will the party turn the corner?