Chief British Rabbi is attacking Corbyn making Johnson happy

UK’s Johnson: Chief Rabbi’s attack on Corbyn ‘a serious business’

November 26, 2019
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Tuesday it was a “serious business” when the chief rabbi criticized the opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn for failing to root out anti-Semitism from the Labour party.
“All I will say about that is I do think it is a very serious business when the chief rabbi speaks as he does,” Johnson said in response to a question from a reporter on Chief Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis’s attack on Corbyn.

UK’s Corbyn: Labour government would not tolerate anti-Semitism

November 26, 2019
Anti-Semitism is vile and wrong and will not be tolerated in any form under a Labour government, party leader Jeremy Corbyn said on Tuesday after Britain’s chief rabbi accused him of failing to stem the “poison” gripping the opposition party.
Chief Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis, in an article in The Times, questioned how complicit in prejudice an opposition leader would have to be to be considered unfit for office.
“Anti-Semitism in any form is vile and wrong,” Corbyn said at the launch of Labour’s race and faith manifesto, adding that the party’s door would be open to all faith leaders.
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