Is Corbyn trying to find ways to get jews to leave the UK?

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has been criticised for meeting with a controversial Charedi Jewish activist who opposes LGBT issues being taught in school. Photographs emerged online of Mr Corbyn eating with Shraga Stern in Parliament after PMQs - prompting anger from the party's Jewish wing. In February, Mr... show more Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has been criticised for meeting with a controversial Charedi Jewish activist who opposes LGBT issues being taught in school.

Photographs emerged online of Mr Corbyn eating with Shraga Stern in Parliament after PMQs - prompting anger from the party's Jewish wing.


In February, Mr Stern joined protests outside a Birmingham school against the introduction of lesson about same-sex relationships.

He later wrote to Education Secretary Damian Hinds claiming that forcing schools to teach LGBT issues would see members of his ultra-Orthodox Jewish community leave the country.

His letter said: “Many members of the community would choose to leave the United Kingdom for a more hospitable jurisdiction rather than comply with such an obligation to mention homosexuality or gender reassignment in a positive context at school.”

https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/politics/jeremy-corbyn-criticised-meeting-anti-18332259


In 2010 he was eager that Yemeni jews be repatriated - removed from Yemen

https://edm.parliament.uk/early-day-motion/40500
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