LETTERS
Keep Corbyn away

JEREMY Corbyn wished to visit Londonís Jewish Museum to make a statement... until he changed his mind. He must not be allowed to use this or any other Jewish establishment as a whitewashing PR exercise.

He has had no problem sounding off on antisemitism and anti-Israel issues, so why does he need a Jewish forum to make any additional remarks?

British Jewry must not let him continue to get away with less-than-veiled antisemitic views.

Corbynís hatred of Israel has morphed into the antisemitism pervading the party. A Corbyn-led Labour government would be a nightmare not only for Jews but for all correct-thinking people.

Stephen Vishnick,
10 HaGilboa Street,
Tel Aviv,
Israel.

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