From Campaign Against Antisemitism <[email protected]>
Subject Weekly update from Campaign Against Antisemitism
Date September 6, 2020 4:02 PM
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This week’s updates from Campaign Against Antisemitism

This week’s updates from Campaign Against Antisemitism
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Before you read this week’s update, we would like to ask you to sign two Parliamentary petitions, and then ask ten of your friends to sign too. If we get enough signatures, the Government must respond to these petitions and Parliament may even have to debate them.

The first petition calls for regulation of social media companies, requiring them to remove hatred swiftly. A new law to do this is already planned, but as things stand, the new law will not come in for around four years. We are asking that the new law is passed by next summer. We have waited long enough for social networks to be forced to act. Sign the first petition now here ([link removed][UNIQID]) .

The second petition seeks reforms to the process by which honours (such as MBEs) are removed, and that they are automatically removed from racists such as Wiley. Sign the second petition now here ([link removed][UNIQID]) .

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** Teenager from Rugby linked to neo-Nazi groups faces terror charge after praising terrorists and searching about guns online
Sunday, 6th September, 12:10

A seventeen-year-old from Rugby linked to neo-Nazi groups is facing a terror charge in Birmingham Crown Court. The court was told that the defendant, who cannot be named for legal reasons, had “graphic” video footage of a terrorist attack on his telephone and had searched the internet for information about guns, including how to convert a gun […] Continue reading ([link removed][UNIQID])

** JVL-backed crowd-funder for “Labour Party members who have been caught up in the absurdities of Labour’s disciplinary processes” raises almost £30,000
Sunday, 6th September, 12:07

A crowd-funder to cover the legal costs for “Labour Party members who have been caught up in the absurdities of [its] disciplinary processes” has raised almost £30,000. The crowd-funder is backed by the antisemitism-denial group and sham Jewish representative organisation, Jewish Voice for Labour (JVL). The crowd-funder was launched by a group called ‘Labour Activists 4 Justice’, which describes itself as “Labour Party […] Continue reading ([link removed][UNIQID])

** Warwick University rejects complaint by Warwick Jewish and Israel Society against lecturer who said allegations of Labour antisemitism are “very much an Israeli lobby kind of idea”
Friday, 4th September, 18:38

The University of Warwick has rejected a complaint by the Warwick Jewish and Israel Society (JISoc), against a sociology lecturer who described allegations of antisemitism in the Labour Party as “very much an Israeli lobby kind of idea”. In a lecture on 11th November 2019, Dr Goldie Osuri posited in a recording obtained by Campaign Against Antisemitism that “the next […] Continue reading ([link removed][UNIQID])

** Following complaints by Socialists of Colour, Labour is investigating three candidates for Party’s ruling NEC over antisemitism and racism
Friday, 4th September, 18:16

Labour is reportedly investigating three candidates running for positions on the Party’s ruling National Executive Committee (NEC) after complaints were submitted by activists from the Socialists of Colour group. The group sent a series of questions to the candidates and, after receiving the responses, raised complaints about three of the respondents, including Brian Precious and Carol Taylor-Spedding, whose responses have been […] Continue reading ([link removed][UNIQID])

** Matt Le Tissier is right to apologise for comparing rules on mask-wearing during COVID-19 pandemic to the Holocaust
Friday, 4th September, 17:35

Matt Le Tissier has apologised for comparing rules on mask-wearing during the COVID-19 pandemic to the Holocaust in a highly controversial and ill-considered social media post. The football pundit, who was until recently a fixture on Sky Sports and continues to serve as an ambassador for Southampton Football Club, shared an image on Twitter that had been posted by […] Continue reading ([link removed][UNIQID])

** Conservatives suspend Cllr Jacqui Harris for the second time after CAA brings her social media history to the Party’s attention
Tuesday, 1st September, 19:01

Jacqui Harris, a local councillor, has been suspended again from the Conservatives after Campaign Against Antisemitism brought her social media history to the Party’s attention. Cllr Harris is currently a Conservative councillor on Stratford-upon-Avon District Council, having previously served as an Independent as well after being suspended by the Conservatives over allegations of antisemitism in 2019. In 2018 she was […] Continue reading ([link removed][UNIQID])

** Antisemitic hate preacher David Icke joined on stage by conspiracist Piers Corbyn in rally against pandemic rules that included supporters of British Union of Fascists
Tuesday, 1st September, 18:23

The conspiracy theorist and antisemitic hate preacher David Icke led a rally in London over the weekend against the lockdown and other pandemic-related rules and restrictions. He was joined on stage by Piers Corbyn, the conspiracist brother of the former Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn. Participants at the demonstration displayed the symbol of Oswald Mosley’s British Union of Fascists, among other controversial […] Continue reading ([link removed][UNIQID])

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