How the U.K. Labour Party’s 'Zionist Problem' Started

Once a warm home for left-wing Zionists, the British left developed a campaigning language of anti-Zionism that adopted analogies to apartheid and Nazism and accusations of 'divided loyalties' whose effects are reverberating today.

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It is easy to forget that, for much of its history, the British Labour Party provided a welcoming political home for left-wing Zionists. Either side of the World War II influential Labour figures including...