Rabbi Mirvis’s Message Sounds the Alarm over Antisemitism in the UK


JPost: A good tree cannot bear bad fruit, nor can a bad tree bear good fruit.19 Every tree that does not bear good fruit is cut down and thrown into the fire.20 Therefore by their fruits you will know them.” Matthew 7:18-20

British Chief Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis is to be commended for his bold article in The Times of London this week, sounding the alarm over antisemitism in Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour Party ahead of the December 12 general election.

“It is a failure to see this as a human problem rather than a political one,” Mirvis wrote, without mentioning Corbyn by name. “It is a failure of culture. It is a failure of leadership. A new poison – sanctioned from the top – has taken root in the Labour Party.”

“British Jews are gripped with anxiety,” he said, adding that while convention dictates that the chief rabbi keep out of party politics, “The question I am now most frequently asked is: ‘What will become of Jews and Judaism in Britain if the Labour Party forms the next government?”

Opinion: On Saturday, Jeremy Corbin finally apologized after being chastised in the press. The UK election for Prime minister is just 10 days away leaving the Jews of the UK in a quandary.

A worst case scenario is Jeremy Corbin wins on December 12, and both Benjamin Netanyahu and Donald Trump are unseated between now and next November. Secular progressive globalist governments would be in power in the west and everything could change quickly

In the stroke of a pen the US embassy could be forced to move. Jordan could quickly move to annex Area C in Judea, British Jews will be packing to leave and  a secular Prime Minister in Israel would be ready to make land for peace deals.

Thee politicians, three outcomes.