Rabbinical courts to stop automatically placing financial burden on divorced fathers.02:39 02.12.15 | 0 comments
I've lived in the UK all my life and I'm very doubtful that 1 in 5 people here are real anti-semites. I've travelled widely in the world and (though I can't and don't speak for the moslem continuity who have their own particular issues with Israel) most people here are no more prejudiced against ethnic minorities than any other country (including Israel and the US). How did the Jewish Chronicle assess anti-semitism? How does the author classify 'serious' anti-semitic incidents? And in hard terms how many have there been? I will take accusations of UK anti-semitism seriously, when I see British jews coming on this forum and giving personal first-hand accounts of anti-semitism they have experienced. Till then, it just seems a bit like Brit-bashing to me.