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That Jewish problem

25 August 2018

9:00 AM

25 August 2018

9:00 AM

I recently wrote of anti-Semitism in the US Presbyterian Church. It would, however, be wrong to suggest this is an exceptional conduit for it into Western society. Among many others are now the British Labour party and the Episcopalian (Anglican) Church in the US.

In April, Israel’s Labor Party suspended relations with British Labour because Jeremy Corbyn failed to address its anti-Semitism adequately.

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