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Growing up in north London, I was somewhat sheltered from anti-Semitism. Not anymore

The election may be over, but recent attacks show that the battle around anti-Semitism from all sides of the political spectrum must continue

By Tasha Kleeman  

Growing up in north west London, amid a wealth of kosher bakeries, Friday night dinners and Jewish family friends, I’ve always thought of myself as somewhat sheltered from anti-Semitism. I’ve read about it and heard the odd story, but it’s always felt removed from my personal existence. It was something belonging history books and less tolerant…

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