Community Security Trust

Anti-Semitism watchdog CST "abusing" mandate to defend Israel

The Community Security Trust, a UK charity which records and combats anti-Semitism, claims that the boycott of Israel is worse than a recent spike in anti-Semitic incidents.

London "terrorism experts" have strong links to Israeli establishment

Links between “radicalization” school and supporters of Israeli apartheid are never spelled out in press reports.

Anti-semitism charity's spokesperson calls UK employment tribunal "sneering bastards"

Director of Communications at the Community Security Trust Mark Gardner responds to defeat for Israel lobbyist Ronnie Fraser by calling Judge AM Snelson’s Employment Tribunal “sneering bastards.”

UK students resist Israeli diplomats' campus offensive, despite repression

Israeli ambassadors have dispatched their “explainers” to campuses across the UK to combat activism such as Israeli Apartheid Week, but with decidedly mixed results.

Spies "monitoring" Palestine solidarity groups around world, says Israeli military correspondent

Influential Haarertz journalist with access to Israeli army sources says shift in focus started in 2010 after deadly attack on Freedom Flotilla.

Revealed: UK anti-Semitism watchdog charity helps lead Israel anti-boycott group

The Community Security Trust claims to be a an apolitical charity that only combats anti-semitism, but once again its anti-Palestinian agenda has come to light.

Zionists smear Amnesty over "cocktail" joke

The Community Security Trust has accused the leading human rights organization of anti-Semitism over a harmless tweet.

Israel lobby uses discredited anti-Semitism definition to muzzle debate

Ben White
28 September 2012
Despite having no official status, the EU’s “working definition” on anti-Semitism is being used by the Israel lobby on both sides of the Atlantic.

Court victory for Raed Salah deals blow to UK "anti-terror" policy

Asa Winstanley
9 April 2012
Palestinian activist Sheikh Raed Salah’s court victory in his deportation case has implications for both the UK government’s relationships with pro-Israel groups and its anti-terrorism legislation.

Raed Salah deportation case disintegrates in UK court, but verdict still to follow

Asa Winstanley
15 February 2012
The judge heading the panel assessing whether Palestinian civil rights leader Sheikh Raed Salah can be deported from the UK has cast serious doubt on the British government’s case. A final verdict is expected in the next two weeks.


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