Jeremy Corbyn has reverted to "unsubstantiated and outrageous personal attacks" after a senior Jewish person claimed that the Labor leader "had anti-Semitic views".
Jonathan Arkush, who resigns as Chairman of the Board of Representatives of British Jews, suggested that Jewish people ask if they have a future in Britain.
In an interview with the Daily Telegraph, he said the situation will "deteriorate" when Mr Corbyn becomes Prime Minister. 19659003] Together with the Jewish Leadership Council, the Board of Deputies jointly organized a protest in front of Parliament against anti-Semitism within the Labor Party.
The demonstration was followed by a meeting between the Jewish groups and Mr Corbyn, who said he was "truly sorry" for the pain inflicted on the Jewish community.
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However, Arkush was annoyed at his talks with Mr. Corbyn, who told the newspaper he had "views that are anti-Semitic and he has problematic Views. "
He said he had asked the Labor leader," Why can not you say good things about Israel, and he could not answer, he was silent. "
Mr. Arkush added," Delegitimization of the State of Israel He is the chairman of Stop the War, which is responsible for some of the worst anti-Israeli discourses.
"He never denied this feeling. Does that speak twice? What should we think?
"If he shares the prevailing discourse about Israel, then this view is undoubtedly anti-Semitic."
Mr. Arkush also combined new concerns within the British Jewish population with Mr. Corbyn's Labor Party leadership
He said: "Especially in recent months, an increasingly common question is being discussed – what is it, is there a future here? And what will this future look like?
"In its current, widespread form, it is very new."
Mr Arkush said that Mr Corbyn needed to "clarify his true views on Israel" and tell the Jews that he "will not accept any discourse denying the existence of their own land to the Jewish people."  He also criticized the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, because I have not spoken on one
In response to the remarks made by Mr. Arkush said a spokesman Mr. Corbyn said: "These are unfounded and outrageous personal attacks with no evidence to support them.
"Jeremy is absolutely clear that he is a militant opponent of anti-Semitism and is anxious to drive it out of our movement."
"Our party is deeply rooted in the Jewish community and is committed to providing support and support to increase the confidence of the Jewish population in Britain in the work.
"Jonathan Arkush's attempt to combine strong criticism of Israeli state policy with anti-Semitism is false and undermines the fight against both anti-Semitism and justice for the Palestinians, which should be rejected directly."
On Wednesday, Labor became uncovered to consider new tighter processes to speed up and depoliticize the investigation of allegations of anti-Semitism.
The draft recommendations came from an internal working group of the party-ruling National Executive Committee.