Three Jews quit top posts in Britain’s national student union because of inaction on anti-Semitism. The three quit earlier this month at the National Union of Students’ national conference in Blackpool, England, citing increased attacks on Jews on campus and the distribution of leaflets at the conference touting “The Protocols of the Elders of Zion,” a notorious anti-Semitic forgery. “Issues of anti-Semitism have been brought to the leadership’s attention and there has been total inaction,” The Guardian newspaper quoted Luciana Berger as saying.
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