International outrage has been ignited in recent days over the publication of the Danish Bible 2020 – a new translation of the Tanakh (Hebrew Bible) and the New Testament – by the Danish Bible Society (DBS).
Although he has rid his shadow ministerial team of most of Jeremy Corbyn’s far-left faction, he has still appointed some Labour MPs with backgrounds of deeply problematic views about Israel and the Jewish people.
In the last seven years, Fuente Latina has brought 300 Latino journalists and influencers to Israel, and facilitated 35,000 fact-based TV, radio and print stories reaching millions of Latinos worldwide. Their work has also resulted in two TV Emmys wins.
Giving the Joint List the influence they could have would not only be dangerous to Israel, but be short lived because no Israeli government in any good conscience would truly allow Israel to be undermined these ways.
“I don’t think we need to have ground troops anywhere terrorists can gather because terrorists can gather anywhere in the world. But we do need intelligence capabilities and specialists on the ground,” said former South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg, who served in Afghanistan.
That would be good news for Jeremy Corbyn, who looks set to capitalise on Theresa May’s failure to secure a Brexit deal, with Electoral Calculus research for The Sunday Telegraph suggesting the Tories would lose 59 seats if a general election were held now.