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"We understand the frustration [this] will cause...[but] our top priority will always be to maintain the safety of British nationals."
"I call on the government to urgently prepare... a national emergency plan for possible waves of immigration of our Jewish brothers to Israel."
"I have been here for six years and haven’t seen anything like it," a local worker said.
UK-based Campaign Against Antisemitism warns that "once again [it] sees a neo-Nazi being given carte blanche."
Breaking the Silence has been receiving funds originating with the British government via aid organizations, the NGO Monitor reports.
PM Netanyahu says he told Britain's PM May that any area Israel leaves will become an Iranian or ISIS outpost, or both.
Special guests include diamond experts, retailers and jewelry manufacturers from Russia, China, Hong Kong and Armenia, among others.
A London university campus is becoming an unsafe place for Jewish students, says a group that monitors anti-Semitism in Britain.
The week that was, according to Walter.
The joint declaration of nations gathered in Paris to reaffirm their support for UN Security Council resolution 2334(2016) which condemned Israel's presence in her own capital, and the presence of half a million Jews in their homes.
The UK did not sign the Paris joint declaration, which reaffirms UN Security Council resolution 2334.
British aristocracy have apparently not yet recovered from President Obama's insult, despite the gesture of conciliation by a new incoming president.
Four Orthodox Jews in North London were attacked by a young British man who yelled 'heil Hitler' and threw gas canisters at them from a van.
Shai Masot asked the chief of staff to the deputy chairman of the ruling Conservative Party: "Can I give you some MPs that I would suggest you take down?"
UK ambassador to the US Sir Kim Darroch has said he hopes May and Trump will emulate the rapport between Margaret Thatcher and Ronald Reagan.
PM Netanyahu has reportedly opted out of a meeting next month in Davos with UK Prime Minister Theresa May.
British PM Theresa May expressed unmitigated support for the Jewish State in her address at a CFI luncheon.
In a near-meaningless organization, where only about an eighth of the members bothered to vote for president, a full 89 of those picked a guy who advocates a boycott of Israel.