The piece by Slovenian philosopher Slavoj Zizek sought to clear Corbyn, but was rebuked itself for anti-Semitism
Corbyn has already undermined the equal standing of British Jews in the public sphere. A Labour win would ratify that
In his op-ed, the influential Slovenian philosopher waved off anti-Semitism charges leveled at Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn
Corbyn-led party 'is no longer a safe space for Jewish people or for those who stand up against anti-Semitism,' according to the submission, citing 70 testimonies
Yisrael Katz says that he 'won't meddle in internal elections' but hopes 'the other side wins'
This month’s snap election in the United Kingdom has been plagued by allegations that the opposition Labour Party and its leader, Jeremy Corbyn, have turned a blind eye to anti-Semitism. LISTEN FREE
'Obviously I’m very sorry for what has happened, but I want to make this clear, I am dealing with it. I have dealt with it'
Berger, 38, is something of a hero to many British Jews and a household name in community circles, but it’s still a gamble
Unpacking the strange and dishonest claim that a conspiracy by 'disloyal' Jews is behind Labour's anti-Semitism crisis – and that it's all about the occupation
'Labour's new internationalism means we will create a peace and conflict-prevention fund and invest an extra 400 million pounds ($513 million) to expand our diplomatic capacity'
If Johnson’s words as a columnist were offensive, there's no sign of this in practice. His Cabinet is more diverse than any previous government, and he was not party to his predecessor's xenophobic campaigns
'It depends on the circumstances, it depends on the sentence, but crucially it depends on what they’ve done in the prison,' says Labour leader
The U.S. president has already interfered in the election, saying Labour's Corbyn would be 'so bad' for the United Kingdom ■ Erdogan slams France's Macron as 'brain dead' after comments on NATO's decline
Jewish group says caricature 'reaffirms the anti-Semitic stereotype that Jews are more loyal to Israel than countries where they live,' but artist stands behind his statement
As U.K. Jews, we should be denouncing Johnson, the ultimate racist opportunist, and his xenophobic Conservative party, with the same fervor we oppose the institutional anti-Semitism in Corbyn's Labour
Corbyn is not an anti-Semite. His real sin is to fight against injustice in the world, including the version Israel perpetrates
Jeremy Corbyn's Labour Party, and the left more generally, can’t address its anti-Semitism problem by ejecting 'a few bad apples.' This is why
For Ephraim Mirvis to remain silent about Jewish fears of a Labour government would have been a betrayal of his historically conservative (with a small C) community
'Under a Labour government anti-Semitism will not be tolerated in any form, whatsoever,' Corbyn says in response to harsh allegations of failing to root out bigotry
A 'poison…has taken root in the Labour Party': If you’re shocked at the Chief Rabbi’s tone, you haven’t been listening to UK Jews. But what to do when his opponent is a racist narcissist like Boris Johnson?
Writing in The Times of London newspaper, Chief Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis says Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn and his allies have failed to stop anti-Jewish prejudice and 'hounded' those who tried to challenge it
Party's election manifesto meant to contrast Labour's Jeremy Corbyn, who said barring BDS involvement is an 'attack on democracy'
Last year, Labour passed a motion strongly criticizing Israel and pledging to halt all U.K. weapon sales to the Jewish state if it rises to power
Liberal Democrats leader Jo Swinson tweeted the editorial: 'Incredibly powerful message and appalling that any community in our country has been forced to feel like this'
Questions about Corbyn’s take on Brexit and his suitability as prime minister could also nudge many wavering left-wing voters into the centrist Liberal Democrats’ arms
In their new books, Bari Weiss and Keith Kahn-Harris tackle how ‘the oldest hatred’ plays out on the right and left of the political spectrum
Pushed out of the anti-Semitic left and repelled by the nativist right, Jews are now at a unique political disadvantage among U.K. minorities
Caught between right-wing racist nationalists, Corbyn's anti-Semitism and bipartisan conspiracy theorists: For British Jews, the low hum of anxiety is reaching fever pitch. Sometimes it’s so loud we struggle to sleep
Corbyn's journey — from Euroskeptic to last line of defense against leaving the EU without a withdrawal agreement — is among the most improbable in modern British history
John Mann leaves Parliament after 18 years, accusing Labour Chairman of refusing to undo damage he has done