There is no anti-Semitism in Britain
Gilad Atzmon writes:
At the end of October 2016 we learned from the British Jewish media that the police were called to University College London (UCL) amid claims of common assault and verbal intimidation by “pro-Palestinian protesters” at an event featuring an Israeli speaker.
We had to wait another three months for a single honest Jew, Jerry Lewis of Hampstead Synagogue, to admit in front of the notorious ultra-Zionist Board of Deputies of British Jews that the incident at UCL was actually instigated by Jewish groups that have nothing to do with the Jewish student community.
At least one of those Jewish groups is funded by Israel, according to Mr Lewis. These groups invoke “hatred” against Jews because this is how they justify their existence and sustain their funding, he added.
In the light of the recent Aljazeera exposé on how Israel uses the Zionist lobby to penetrate the British system, the Foreign Office expel the Israeli ambassador, Mark Regev.