Recently, George Galloway, the anti-Semitic British Parliament member was investigated and given a warning by British police.
After the interrogation took place, Galloway publicly announced in a speech, that he was opposed to anything that has to do with Israel; Israeli tourists visiting his city, buying Israeli products, joint ventures of any kind, and even Israeli admission into the local university. Galloway declared his city, Bradford, ‘an Israel-free zone’.
“We reject this illegal, barbarous, savage state that calls itself Israel. And you have to do the same”, said Galloway to the residents of the city. “We don’t want any Israeli academics coming to the university or the college. We don’t even want any Israeli tourists to come to Bradford, if any of them had thought of doing so”, he continued. “I don’t recognize Israel and I don’t debate with Israelis”, he said.
Britain's Jewish community was enraged by these remarks and said: “It cannot be that a politician in our day and age, as extreme as he is, would dare make such severe remarks reminiscent of the Nazi dictator’s agenda.”