Martin Bright Says Kol Tuv to Jewish Chronicle

Change afoot at the Jewish Chronicle. Martin Bright, the paper’s first non-Jewish political editor, is off to pastures new.

“I have learnt much over the past few years. I have begun to understand the umbilical relationship between many British Jews and Israel, and their visceral reaction when it is attacked. I have grown to appreciate the many subtle and ingenious ways that antisemitism can express itself.

But, above all, I have been impressed and humbled by the community’s hard-won capacity for solidarity. I take this with me as a gift, and it is something you must never lose.”

Shalom…




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