The British upper-Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis has called the head of the Labour party, Jeremy Corbyn as "unfit to govern". Corbyn was not able to do this, the "poison" of anti-Semitism in his party to stop it, wrote Mirvis in the newspaper "The Times" of Tuesday.
The Labour lead candidate for the Parliament election next month, had been accused of in the past, anti-Semitic voices in his party not decided enough to confront.
"the way The party leadership with anti-Jewish racism is dealt with, is with the British values to be incompatible, we are so proud of," it was said in the comment of the Supreme Rabbi of the United Kingdom. British Jews are entitled to a Packed manner of "fear". Mirvis called on the citizens of the country, in the parliamentary elections on may 12. December "to choose with your Conscience."
A "real Problem"
Against the Labour party since the inauguration of Corbyn in the year 2015 again and again, anti-Semitism-allegations, according to. Some members have left since then, the party and accused Corbyn, to let anti-Semitism in the party to thrive. In 2018, the Labour leader, said that anti-Semitism was a "real Problem" within his party, he wanted to "tear out".
A Labour spokesman dismissed the recent allegations made by the top Rabbi. You also have the statement Mirvis', in the party, thousands would remain "" anti-Semitic accusations unprocessed contradicted. The criticism of the upper-Rabbi coincided with the introduction of the Anti-discrimination programme of Labour to enforce the party in the event of an electoral victory in the parliamentary elections. (sda/red)
Created: 26.11.2019, 21:31 PM