What Does the British Election Mean for Israel and the Jews?

Ahead of Thursday's general elections, here's a look at where Israel and Jewish issues fit in.

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Labour's Ed Miliband, Plaid Cymru's Leanne Wood, SNP's Nicola Sturgeon and the Conservative Party's David Cameron at an election debate, in this April 2, 2015 handout picture provided by ITV.Credit: Reuters

Britain's Conservative Prime Minister David Cameron will be facing off against Labour Party leader Ed Miliband in a general election Thursday.

Wondering where Israel and Jewish issues fit into the British election? Look no further.

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Labour party leader Ed Miliband AP

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