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Anti-Semitic Signs Appear in London

Anti-Israel sign in London (Photo: twitter/LondonPalestine)

Anti-Semitism and anti-Israel sentiment continues to spread across Europe, this time in Great Britain's largest city. Haaretz reports on signs saying "Israel is a racist endeavour" that have popped up on the streets of London:

London ordered the removal on Wednesday of adverts stating "Israel is a racist endeavour," which were featured at bus stops around London, although it is not clear who erected them. Police have opened an investigation following the posters' appearances in at least four locations, including stops in Westminster, Waterloo and Bloomsbury.

The posters appeared a day after the U.K. Labour Party adopted the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance's definition in an attempt to defuse a row deepening rifts on its leader, Jeremy Corbyn.

A section of the definition states that "denying the Jewish people their right to self-determination, e.g., by claiming that the existence of a State of Israel is a racist endeavor..."

Tags: Anti-Israel Bias , Anti-Semitism , Europe

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