British Jews: Pro-Gaza Protesters Trying Harder to Avoid anti-Semitism

Long-standing U.K. traditions of tolerance, as well as efforts by Muslim and pro-Palestinian groups to avoid incitement, have meant Britain has not suffered similar experiences to France.

Britain has seen a sharp uptick in anti-Semitic instances since the start of Operation Protective Edge last month, but communal leaders say the United Kingdom has largely escaped the violent attacks seen in Europe. However, they warn that the growing success of the boycott movement is making many British Jews uncomfortable.