Jake Wallis Simons Jake Wallis Simons

Jews feel abandoned by the British left

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Like 9/11, the massacre in southern Israel changed everything. From the great movements of Middle Eastern geopolitics and international alliances to the sweep of modern Israeli and Arab history, life has been split into the before and the after. 

In Britain, nowhere has this been felt more keenly than the Jewish community.

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