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Ben Raymond moved into the Jewish care home where now lives in 2012, with his late wife. Both were over 100.
The rabbi was faced with harsh criticism, many of which claimed that in his rank and position, he is held to a higher moral standard.
The woman, 47, was arrested on suspicion of a racially aggravated public order offense and sent for a mental health evaluation.
A film of the incident features a man's voice aggressively telling the family, "Don't come round here, go to Stamford Hill, you're not welcome."
By JPOST.COM STAFF
The mayor “spends his time writing articles to help his masters in Tel Aviv,” read one tweet.
Sharon Berger must find a stem cell donor in a matter of weeks; her match is most likely to be an Ashkenazi Jew.
By TAMARA ZIEVE
Livingstone continued by denying that he was anti-Semitic, commenting that if Labour permanently suspended him he would "go to court."
Reached for comment by the The Independent concerning his firing from the LBC Radio program, Livingstone seemed perplexed by the decision.
By DANIEL J. ROTH
Khan has condemned members of his own party who engaged in hateful rhetoric against Jews and Israel.
Following her nomination to the national committee, the ex-chair of the Zionist Youth council called for strength and unity in the Labour party and urged her fellow members to work change.
London's population of 8.6 million is among the most diverse in the world and it is rare for identity politics to enter British campaigning.
The event came to light after a complaint was filed with the Labor party.
"We won’t achieve peace by turning our faces against Israel,” Labour's London mayoral candidate Sadiq Kahn said in an interview with the publication, Jewish News.
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