This Holocaust Memorial Day, I’m Prouder Than Ever to be Jewish

The past year has been hard for everyone – and sadly, we cannot blame it on 2020 anymore.

Apart from the viral effect of the pandemic, another virus has threatened Jewish people, and has done for thousands of years – antisemitism.

Since Wiley’s infamous social media tirade last summer, I became increasingly aware the world does not want me for who I am. No one ideology is to blame for this.

It’s only a few months since the Equality and Human Rights Commission concluded the Labour Party broke the law in failing to address and protect Jewish members from antisemitic behaviour.

Barely three weeks have passed since white supremacist rioters stormed the US Capitol building wearing t-shirts emblazoned with “Camp Auschwitz – Work Brings Freedom”.

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