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Truss claims that civil servants are plagued by "creeping anti-Semitism" and "an awakened culture."conservative leadership

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While praising Jews for upholding values ​​such as protecting family units and starting businesses, Liz Truss criticized the “creeping anti-Semitism” and “awakened culture” of civil servants as “the British Plan to protect the Jews.

The Conservative leadership candidate has unveiled a plan aimed at “awakening a culture of civil servants who have strayed into anti-Semitism”. Although she did not give examples, she does refer to the Council and its pension funds participating in boycott, divestment and sanctions (BDS) policies, including severing ties with companies that invest in Israel. It is believed that

“Every organization has its own culture, but it is not fixed and can be changed,” she said. “That’s what ministerial leadership is about. It’s about making sure that the policies we represent, the values ​​we stand for, are reflected in our actions.”

The government has already enacted laws outlawing BDS policies pursued by public authorities and banning “boycotts that undermine community cohesion.”

Truss also questioned whether the school was doing enough to educate students and teachers about anti-Semitism, arguing that she would rid college campuses of anti-Semitic hatred.

At the same time, she offered her own take on Jewish values, stating: And the value of hard work and starting and building your own business.

“The Jewish community in the UK is very proud of the country, and so are the Conservatives.”

Earlier, Truss told his Conservative friends in Israel that as prime minister he would consider whether to move the British embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem — following in Donald Trump’s footsteps.

Her campaign sources also say she has been an “anti-Semitic and anti-Zionist interlocutor” despite efforts to eradicate party problems since Kiel Sturmer’s Labor Party took office as party leader. criticized.

Dave Penman, general secretary of the FDA union representing senior civil servants and civil servants, called Truss’ comments about civil servants straying into anti-Semitism “insulting and disgusting.”

“The Conservatives have been in government for over 12 years, and for most of that time Liz Truss has been minister. It’s a bit ironic considering that

“However, Truss’ accusation of anti-Semitism goes further than the usual whistling politics exhibited during this leadership campaign when it comes to public officials. He has not provided evidence for her accusation of being deaf.

“The prime minister is also a minister of civil service and to throw such baseless and inflammatory accusations shows a lack of leadership and is exactly what she claims.”