Butch Manly wrote:Surely, even critics of Corbyn find it troubling how little time is given to other Jewish voices than the official line. As Michael Rosen says, there is not one Jewish community in the UK. Call me old-fashioned but I tend to listen to him more than the likes of Dougie seeing as is he is actually Jewish and the likes of rabbi Sacks because he isn't actually a rabid anti-Palestinian, pro-settler racist.
You seem to be under the delusion that the whole thing is anything other than Israeli shit stirring. I have never thought for one minute that there was a genuine problem with antisemitism within the Labour party. Just incompetence when it came to dealing with it. Reading back over the thread as a whole, it is disappointing how dismissive the loony left have been of the real Jewish voices which contributed. I thought there were some good points well made, which were simply steamrollered by the mad rush to be seen as king/queen virtue signaler. It is a shame that in the stampede to be politically correct, some real insight was disregarded. A missed opportunity.
Whatever the truth or otherwise of the matter, it has given the tories the summer off. So at least there was a winner.