Holocaust survivor says misuse of the word ‘anti-semitism’ insults the dead

NewsflarePublished: March 26, 2018
Published: March 26, 2018

A Holocaust survivor said the misuse of the word “anti-semitism” was an insult to those who died in the Holocaust during a protest against anti-semitism in London on March 26.

"British Jewish groups held a street protest outside parliament on Monday against opposition Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn, accusing him of failing to tackle anti-semitism in party ranks because of a far-left world view hostile to Jews,” Reuters reported.

In the video, angry exchanges can be seen outside parliament as an anti-semitism protest organised by the Board of Deputies of British Jews was met by protestors supporting Corbyn.

73-year-old Hungarian Holocaust survivor Agnes Kory said those opposed to a socialist government will label their targets as anti-semitic and said the misuse of the word “anti-semitism” was an insult to those who died in the Holocaust.

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