A leading Jewish lawyer and his partner have said they are leaving the UK after being bombarded by anti-Semitic abuse and death threats by Jeremy Corbyn supporters.
Mark Lewis, an ex Labour supporter who represented victims in the phone-hacking case, and Mandy Blumenthal said they are planning to move to Israel by the end of the year.
They accused Mr Corbyn of moving the ‘rock anti-Semites have crawled out from’ and said they have received a growing wave of hate and threats since he became Labour leader.
The British Labour party is probably lost in the avalanche of Judeophobia, but a little decency might help matters.
So, let me understand this better. How come Jeremy Corbyn, the leader of the UK Labour party, paid homage to the grave not of these 11 Israeli heroes, but of a Palestinian terrorist who had taken their beautiful lives?
Armed police have been deployed after catapult attacks on two Birmingham mosques.
Officers were called to the Masjid Qamarul Islam mosque on Fosbrooke Road, Small Heath, at about 10pm on Wednesday and the Al-hijrah mosque on Hob Moor Road 20 minutes later.
West Midlands police said the motive for the attacks was unclear.
Both mosques were hit by catapult ball bearings which smashed windows during evening prayers. The force said the bearings were thought to be from a heavy duty catapult.
Salih Khater: Westminster terror suspect seemed like a ‘very good man’ but was ‘stressed’ over father’s death, say friends
Oh , and he failed his accountancy course.
A furious shop owner who printed 100 posters of a suspected thief was stunned when police ‘told him off’ for breaching data protection laws.
James Callaghan turned DIY detective after the man strolled into his printing shop and allegedly helped himself to a Samsung tablet device while staff were distracted.
The incident was captured in crystal clear CCTV footage, with the suspect even looking up directly at the camera as he placed the £250 device under his jacket.
Oh, it’s those Asians again…
Almost 700 terror investigations are being carried out by the security services.
The figures were revealed yesterday after a car ploughed into cyclists outside Parliament in an apparent extremist attack.
Britain was on a heightened state of alert last night, with Theresa May warning that the threat was now ‘one of the starkest we have faced’.
Security minister Ben Wallace said the increased danger of attacks was ‘here to stay’. Their warnings came as anti-terror police tried to question a suspect over the latest feared targeting of Westminster.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has publicly admonished UK Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn after pictures emerged confirming he attended a 2014 wreath-laying ceremony for Palestinian terrorists.
A Ford Fiesta swerved and hit at least ten cyclists and pedestrians at up to 50mph before ploughing into barriers outside the Houses of Parliament as its driver was arrested on suspicion of launching a terror attack.
The suspect, a black man in his late twenties, was pulled from the smoking silver vehicle by around a dozen armed officers who had their rifles trained on him following the rush hour smash.
A ‘loud bang’ followed by screams echoed around Parliament Square at 7.30am this morning and witnesses said the car ‘intentionally’ swerved towards crowds and smashed into a security checkpoint barrier installed to stop carborne rampages.
The Boris Johnson Burka row has raged much longer than it should have. It is almost becoming boring.
Yes, I’m getting tired of winning.
But like any semi-competent writer, I can still squeeze the last drops of juice from this festering orange of pseudo-shock and intimidatory outrage.
One of the recent protests against Boris — in his constituency and my hometown of Uxbridge — saw a Muslim fundamentalist, niqab-clad, also sporting a sign which read “#MyDressMyChoice.”
A deputy head teacher who branded gay people as ‘animals’ has failed in a bid to win his job back at a school which was embroiled in the Trojan horse scandal.
Razwan Faraz, 38, claimed his dismissal was a result of religious discrimination after he lost his job at Nansen Primary School in 2015.
He was one of five teachers suspended after investigators claimed to find evidence of a conspiracy to impose Islamic teachings at schools in Birmingham.
Jeremy Corbyn has said he was present but not involved at a wreath-laying ceremony for members of the group that carried out the Munich Olympics massacre, who were killed in Paris in 1992.
The Labour leader, on a campaign trip to Walsall in the West Midlands, was responding to a question from journalists after a front-page report in the Daily Mail that he was at the controversial event in Tunisia in 2014.
Corbyn said “a wreath was indeed laid” for “some of those who were killed in Paris in 1992” and added, in response to a question: “I was present at that wreath-laying, I don’t think I was actually involved in it.”
Sarah Champion MP says she has “aged” after the Labour Party threw her off its front bench for calling out “British Pakistani men raping and exploiting white girls” and now requires enhanced police security — but vows “I am quite a long way from done.”