British Jews are so afraid of Jeremy Corbin becoming prime minister that they would leave the country if Labor leader rose to power, says Tory President James Cleverly
- James Cleverly claims he knows many Jews who would "from here"
- He made the comments after Rabbi Romain urged Jews not to vote for labor
- Poll found that 40 percent of British Jews would "seriously consider leaving"
Some British Jews are so afraid of Jeremy Corbin as Prime Minister that they would leave the country if he rose to power, according to the President of Tori.
James Cleverly, who runs the Conservative election campaign, claims he knows many Jews who would be "from here" if Corbin came to power.
He claims that the Jews feared the danger of a government led by Jeremy Corbin.
In an interview with the Sunday Telegraph, Mr Cleverly says: "These are people who say they actually looked to go to their family in other parts of the world.
"This is a really horrible thing to hear."
James Cleverly, who is in charge of the Conservative election campaign, claims he knows many Jews who would be "from here" if Corbin came to power
Mr Cleve rly made the comments when Boris Johnson launched the Conservative Political Campaign on Wednesday, preparing for the December 12th general election.
And on the same day that Jonathan Romain, a senior rabbi, called on his congregation to vote for which party was "most likely to defeat Labor," saying that "the Corbin-led government would be a danger to Jewish life, as we know it. "
Rabbi Jonathan Romain urges members of the Conservative Party6 ] Rabbi Romain wrote to 823 families who attended his synagogue in Maidenhead and said before "I never dreamed of proposing which way to vote" but that "these elections are different."
He said, "The problem is not the Labor Party itself … but the problem is Jeremy Corbin as he attacks Labor who are dealing with the party's anti-Semitist crisis.
And last September, a poll conducted by the Jewish Chronicle found that 40 percent of British Jews would "seriously think" of leaving the country if Jeremy Corbin were elected prime minister.
An official inquiry into anti-Semitism reports within the Labor Party was launched earlier this year in May.
After the investigation began, the Committee on Equality and Human Rights stated that it "suspected" that the party had committed "illegal acts" in managing the anti-Semitism crisis.
Jewish MP Luciana Berger, who blames "institutional" anti-Semitism when she left the Laboratory to join the UK Change in February, said: "For anyone who may look to reduce this, the threshold to begin this process is extremely high. That the Labor Party has even reached the threshold of proof is cursed.
the formal investigation into anti-Semitism reports within the Labor Party began earlier this year in May
. The party has consistently claimed to be "unjustified", opposing anti-Semitism in any form.
Mr Cleverly also added that the Conservatives had learned from the mistakes of the last election and had created a network of 'field campaigns'.
He claims to introduce more personality into the digital presence of MPs, which would be "a little more humorous".
Dr. Romain warns in a letter seen in the Jewish Chronicle: "If you too believe that the Corbin-led government would be a danger to Jewish life as we know it … would these be statements made by Jews to you feel victimized, less protected, and no longer feel at peace … or maybe even legislation that limits Jewish life or relations with Israel in some way, then you may want to vote to ensure that Labor does not receive your local place. "