'Surfing rabbi' joins EDL march against UK 'Islamification'

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October 25, 2010 11:29

 
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California state senate candidate and Tea Party activist Rabbi Nachum Shifren joined a march organized by the far right group the English Defence League Sunday outside the Israeli Embassy in London. At the march, rally supporters expressed their goal to prevent the "Islamification" of the United Kingdom and show support for the Jewish State.

Shifren, known as the "surfing rabbi," is running in the November elections to represent the district of west Los Angeles in the state senate. He is known proponent of Jewish cooperation with anti-Muslim far right-wing groups.

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