1/3 I note with complacency that I’m today’s target of a Corbynite pile-on, so I’ll respond collectively with as clear a comment as I can make it. The overwhelming majority of British Jews (87% in Survation poll in 2019) consider Corbyn to be antisemitic. https://www.survation.com/new-polling-of-british-jews-shows-tensions-remain-strong-between-labour-and-the-british-jewish-community/
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New Survation polling of British Jews on behalf of the Jewish Leadership Council suggest that the perception of both Jeremy Corbyn and the Labour Party as...https://www.survation.com/new-polling-of-british-jews-shows-tensions-remain-strong-between-labour-and-the-british-jewish-community/
2/3 That is my view too, based on the evidence of what he says & what he does, and on nothing else - which I summarised before he became leader & which has been added to since (eg the “Engish irony” comment, which cannot but be an antisemitic insinuation). https://www.thejc.com/comment/columnists/corbyn-s-deplorable-allies-1.68238
3/3 Corbyn could have stopped this long ago with a simple, heartfelt apology as Starmer did as soon as he became leader. Instead, eg in his catastrophic interview with Andrew Neil, Corbyn cavilled & showed minimal interest. He had his chance. He failed. https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m000bqpt