Labor can quickly solve its anti-Semitism crisis, John McDonnell has said, insisting on Jeremy Corbyn's views to Israel were "misinterpreted".
The Shadow Chancellor told the BBC that the party should fully accept the guidelines of the International Holocaust Memorial Alliance on Anti-Semitism as long as freedom of expression was protected
Ex-Chief Rabbi Lord Sacks said that Mr. Corbyn also "repent do and revoke "must.
And ex-Prime Minister Gordon Brown said Labor must act now or undermine its values.
At a meeting of Jewish Labor MEPs in London, Mr. Brown said the party must be "cleansed of anti-Semitism and racism."
The party was plagued by disputes over the issue during the summer, causing two MPs ̵
Labor MP Luciana Berger said she felt "unwelcome" in the party, while Lord Sacks described his remarks as "the most offensive statement" of a politician since the 1968 Rapture of the late Conservative MP Enoch Powell.
For the first time since his statement, the former Chief Rabbi has publicly spoken to Andrew Marr showed that He criticized Mr Corbyn and proposed that British Jews consider leaving the country because he had a chance to become prime minister
"Jeremy Corbyn must return and revoke as soon as possible," he said. "When people hear the kind of language that emerged from Labor, which was brought to the surface in the earlier speeches of Jeremy Corbyn, they can only feel an existential threat."
"I'm afraid he'll express it clearly a great regret for what he said and what his party did to his Jewish sympathizers and his Jewish deputies, then is he as big a threat as Enoch Powell?
"Anyone who uses the term 'Zionist' casually without great anxiety threatens to stifle England in the manner of hateflames that have reappeared throughout Europe and are massively irresponsible."
"Brutal honest "
But Mr. McDonnell said, while Lord Sacks had been" brutally honest "He was far from the case because Mr. Corbyn never blamed Israel for the conflict in the Middle East alone and deliberately between Zionists and the Jewish population in the Middle East Had made a general distinction.
"I just say to Lord Sacks, you've got it wrong, come and talk to us," he said.
"You have misunderstood what's going on, I think you've really misinterpreted Jeremy, I've known him for over 30 years, his entire life was devoted to anti-racism, peace and justice."
He said the decision to fully adopt the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance guidelines to be discussed on Tuesday was a matter for the Labor organ, but he suggested that they personally support them.
He claimed "A solution is within reach that could" satisfy all sides "if Labor promised" full involvement "of the Jewish community, but members could continue to criticize the actions of the Israeli government within clear limits and recognize the rights of the Palestinians  "I think we can do that pretty quickly, constructively and with good will and work together," he said.  "Simple Message"
Former Prime Minister Gordon Brown said at a meeting of the Jewish labor movement that the definition must be passed "unanimously, clearly and immediately".
Before the rise of anti-Semitic attacks in recent years, he warned that the problem was not "abstract and theoretical, but real and present and now needs to be addressed".
Labor, he said, was historically often the "last line of defense against persecution and discrimination" in society, and the party could not be seen as a "first line of attack".
"It's not just a matter of trial, it's who we are, what we stand for, what drives us and the soul of the Labor Party," he said.
Working Concept of Anti-Semitism
On May 26, the International Association of Holocaust Remembrances in Bucharest adopted the following non-binding working definition of anti-Semitism:
"Anti-Semitism is a certain perception of Jews who perceive themselves as hatred of Jews
"Rhetorical and physical manifestations of anti-Semitism are directed against Jewish or non-Jewish individuals and / or their property, against Jewish community institutions and religious institutions."
The political correspondent of the BBC, Iain Watson, said the NEC The Labor Party is likely to adopt the definition, but with reservations in the face of criticism of Israel's "legitimate criticism." Former MP Ivor Caplin, chairman of the Jewish labor movement, said it and other groups were only willing to cooperate with Mr Corbyn to enter into a dialogue if he "very clearly He made it known that he would resolutely fight anti-Semites in the Party and others who behave in a bad manner. at the local level.
Amid growing warnings that Labor was facing a 1980s-style split, McDonnell said the party must remain a "broad church" and he hopes Mr. Field will "return to the flock".
The Birkenhead MP, a former Welfare Minister, resigned from the Westminster Working Group on Thursday, calling the Party's "tolerance" for anti-Semitism and a "culture of wickedness."
While Labor MPs who withdrew the whip would normally trigger a by-election, Mr. McDonnell said he did not want to "go near" in this case, as Mr. Field's long service served the party.