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Councillors likened Israel to apartheid South Africa during a 70-minute debate, The Jewish Chronicle reports, as the people of Leicester wished to show solidarity with Palestine.
Stephen Pollard, editor of The Jewish Chronicle, feels the FA have been lenient.
com/news/uk-news/112214/a-jewish-bride-and-antisemitic-wedding-video) told the Jewish Chronicle : "It's completely anti-semitic and ignorant.
AQA needs to explain how and why this question was included in an exam paper," the Telegraph quoted him as telling The Jewish Chronicle.
NEW YORK: In 1924, Norman De Nosaquo, a Jewish student at the University of Wisconsin, wrote a letter to the editor of the Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle in which he observed, "It is only through organized groups [that one can] accomplish anything of good for the advancement of the knowledge of the Jewish people.
Mr Burley has been working to salvage his political career, including by writing a long letter of apology to the Jewish Chronicle and planning a visit to Auschwitz concentration camp in Poland.
Cannock Chase MP Aidan Burley made an "unreserved, wholehearted and fulsome apology" about appearing at the bash in a letter to the Jewish Chronicle last week.
Her question was answered by the panel which included Stephen Pollar, editor of the Jewish Chronicle, Scottish Secretary Michael Moore and Labour Treasury spokeswoman Rachel Reeves.