How bad would it get? Month before vote, UK Jews worry over a Corbyn government

By Robert Philpot

Alan Mendoza, foreign policy columnist for the City AM newspaper, believes that “Britain’s entire foreign policy would likely dramatically shift under Jeremy Corbyn, but the most profound impact is likely to be felt in the Middle East.”

“Israeli officials, who have enjoyed a hitherto warm relationship with their British counterparts in recent years, will bear the brunt of this, given Corbyn’s strong views on the country,” said Mendoza. “While BDS would not become official UK policy at this stage, a freezing of ties would be probable, with Israel being singled out as a human rights violator and regional security threat.”

Read more in The Times of Israel

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