Saturday, September 30, 2017

Saturday Stories: Special Yom Kippur Edition

For those who aren't Jewish, today is Yom Kippur, the holiest day of the Jewish year. Consequently, here's an all Jewish Saturday Stories lineup.

Yair Rosenberg in Tablet unpacks the BBC interview with Ken Loach that perfectly illustrates Britain's left-wing problem with anti-Semitism.

Jonathan Freedland in The Guardian, with his take on British Labour's denial of anti-Semitism.

Brett Stephens in The New York Times on the many beliefs that are required if you want to deny the existence of the global scourge of anti-Semitism.

Here's Maajid Nawaz discussing the institutionalized anti-Semitism of the British Labour party and Britain as a whole.

And lastly a video from an LBC British radio host who reports he now "gets it" regarding we Jews.