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Shame of Labour party antisemitism
Letters: Giles Oakley, Martin Weitz and Jeremy Connick on anti-Jewish sentiment and Jeremy Corbyn’s handling of the issue
Articles: 4 (Rank: 1)
Tonality: -6.25
Top entities
Comments: 635
Tonality: 0.0
  • The left must respond to fears about antisemitic abuse, and it will.
  • At root is the thought that if antisemitism exists, it must have something to do with how Jews supposedly behave.
  • Maddeningly, some Corbyn supporters tell us claims of antisemitism are exaggerated or a political weapon to take down the Labour leader.
  • Jewish voices lost faith in the Labour leader when they saw the shocking antisemitic mural which Corbyn seemed to like so much.
  • How could he not have noticed the caricatures of Jews?
  • 3) Objections to left-wing anti-Semitism does not come in majority from right-wingers (who - I agree with Owen Jones - have their own big problems).
  • Owen Jones, didn’t you know that Jeremy Corbyn “mishandled” the bogus “he supports antisemitism” accusations by attending a meeting with “the wrong Jewish people”?
  • Alot of the people who werekicked out of the labour party for anti Semitic views have gone back to voting labour since Corbyn became labour leader.
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Labour’s mission is to transform Britain. Don’t let bigotry get in the way

The left must respond to fears about antisemitic abuse, and it will. But it has nothing to learn from the abusive right, says the Guardian columnist Owen Jones

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Tonality: -13
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Comments: 635
Tonality: 0

Published: 4. 4. 2018 12:58:37

Source: theguardian.com

Mentioned entities: 62

  • Unfortunately some groups draw the line between pro-Semitism and anti-Semitism at different places along this spectrum i.e. where it suits them, hence the confusion.
  • As you said Anti Semitism is an issue that needs addressing.
  • Has is the packing and training going for 'our Spain'?
  • It's about anti-semitism in the Labour Party, and Corbyn has admitted that it exists.
  • "pro-Corbyn" facebook pages on which there were some antisemitic comments.
Shame of Labour party antisemitism

Letters: Giles Oakley, Martin Weitz and Jeremy Connick on anti-Jewish sentiment and Jeremy Corbyn’s handling of the issue

Text length: 3861
Tonality: -8
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Comments: 0
Tonality: 0

Published: 3. 4. 2018 23:00:34

Source: theguardian.com

Mentioned entities: 3

The shame of antisemitism on the left has a long, malign history

The origins of today’s crisis in Labour date back to the 19th century, and ever since Jews have been seen as a problem by a strain of socialist thought

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Tonality: 3
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Tonality: 0

Published: 3. 4. 2018 12:28:02

Source: theguardian.com

Mentioned entities: 4

For Jewish Corbyn supporters, this antisemitism row feels like gaslighting

We have faced varying degrees of hostility and manipulation. But let’s not pretend Corbyn’s Labour invented antisemitism, says author and broadcaster Rachel Shabi

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Tonality: -7
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Published: 5. 4. 2018 11:51:11

Source: theguardian.com

Mentioned entities: 4