Britain’s leading three political parties are pro-Israel.
In 2010, two Israeli Knesset members called entire British nation Zionist dogs.
Last week, former BBC manager Neil Masterson (Jewish) punched British MP George Galloway on his face several times while posing for pictures with members of the public in Golborne Road, Notting Hill.
But in spite of such political support and Jewish terrorist to silence Israel’s critics – Jewish groups in Britain complain that hatred toward Jews have increased after the recent 50-day Israeli war on Gaza. They have formed a new pro-Israel lobby group, Campaign Against Anti-Semitism (CAAS) claiming the Jewish people in Britain are facing “levels of anti-Semitism not seen in this country for almost a century”.
“Unless we act now to force the issue, anti-Semites will continue to go unpunished and the nature of British society will change. We must unite to turn the tide,” the group said in a statement.
I’m surprised the British Friends of Israel did not remind the antisemite Brits how their ancestors expelled entire British Jewish population in 1290 by King Edward I. They’re allowed to return to England in 1656 only on the condition that they boost England’s economy and thus British imperialism in Asia, Africa and the Middle East.
On September 1, 2014, South African-born British Chief Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis addressed a crowd of 1000 Jews gathered in front of the Royal Court of Justice in London.
“Antisemitism is poisonous not only for Jews, but for all humanity. Whilst we are fortunate to live in a country where the fight against antisemitism is being led by our government, we have a collective responsibility to ensure that there will be zero tolerance of antisemitism in our society. The commitment and drive in this regard shown by grassroots activists across our community is to be commended,” Mirvis said before the event.
Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis is not infected with a moral bug. In an earlier rant at the Limmud Conference, he compared pro-Gaza protests being a cover for antiSemitism.
Both Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis, and the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, a Crypto Jew has condemned protests in front of super-markets which sell Israeli goods.