UK – Theresa May dines with Chief Rabbi on eve of becoming Prime Minister


THE JEWISH CHRONICLE 12JUL16 – Theresa May kept a longstanding dinner date with the Chief Rabbi on the day before becoming Prime Minister, it has emerged. Mrs May and her husband,Philip,were guests at Chief Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis’s north-west London home this evening.

The JC understands the occasion was a private dinner arranged some weeks ago.

A number of other guests were also present.

Mrs May broke off from choosing her cabinet to attend the dinner in what the Chief Rabbi said was an extraordinary gesture to the Jewish community.

He said: “The fact that she did this in the midst of critically important preparations before taking up office is a reflection of her strong desire to keep to her commitments and the esteem in which she holds the British Jewish community. I was delighted to have the opportunity to give her my blessings at this very auspicious time.”

In a statement following the dinner, Rabbi Mirvis paid tribute to Mrs May, who was becoming Prime Minister “at a time of great political, social and economic uncertainty”.

He added: “Few people are more talented or better qualified to tackle these immense challenges. I recall the speed and the sensitivity with which she reached out to the Jewish community following the terror attacks on Jewish targets in Europe last year. As she made clear then – ‘Without its Jews, Britain would not be Britain’.

“She has proved herself to be a friend and champion of our community and of other faith communities who share her values of tolerance and understanding. I wish her every success as Prime Minister and look forward to building upon our warm relationship over the coming years”.

The Chief Rabbi also thanked David Cameron “for his deep friendship and for his unwavering commitment to promoting the values of decency, respect, liberty and responsibility, which we all hold so dear.”

He said he had been privileged “to have worked alongside Mr Cameron to ensure that Britain remembers the Holocaust and educates generations to come about the lessons we must learn from it.

“He is a man who not only speaks with great principle and conviction but who acts upon what he believes. I know that the strong relationship he enjoys with the Jewish community will endure for many years to come.”

  1. #1 by rehmat1 on 07/13/2016 - 9:34

    “Without its Jews, Britain wouldn’t be Britain” – Theresa May, British Home Secretary said in January 2015.

    “Meet Theresa May, your new Islamophobe prime minister” – Craig John Murray, former British ambassador in Uzbekistan, said on July 3, 2016.

    “Theresa May will always support Israel” – Israel daily Ynet.

    In June 2014, British journalist and author Toby Young, an Israeli propaganda hag, said that Theresa May defends Israel like an Israeli tank commander.

  2. #2 by Isaac on 07/13/2016 - 9:34

    She is a pig just like here in the US Hillary Clinton. They have been hand picked by their masters,The Rothschild’s clan to provoke WWIII

  3. #3 by James Benn on 07/13/2016 - 9:34

    “The JC understands the occasion was a private dinner arranged some weeks ago” … to coincide with Theresa May’s pre-arranged accession to the throne after Boris and Andrea had been given the old ‘tap on the shoulder’. How very heartwarming. I think we can safely assume that the hopes and aspirations of ‘native’ Britons in the wake of Brexit have been lovingly and safely smothered in the crib.

    I’m so glad Teresa pointed out that ‘without its Jews, Britain would not be Britain’. How very true. Personally, I blame Shabbat Goy ‘Laurence’ Olivier Cromwell and his ‘Glorious Revolution’ for paving the way of the Jewish Usurers back into Britain. The crowning achievement of the English Revolution was of course the incorporation of the ‘Bank of England’ in 1694. Just in time for the ‘Industrial Revolution’. Debt is such a huge stimulus to any economy … until it ends up crushing it.

    The Chief Rabbinistical, Ephraim Mirvis, also thanked David Cameron “for his deep friendship and for his unwavering commitment to promoting the values of decency, respect, liberty and responsibility, which we all hold so dear.” Hear! Hear! In the spirit of decency and liberty then, I hope Teresa will not be slow in adopting the recommendations of economist and natural philosopher, Helen Reece, “to relax rules which automatically ban sex offenders from caring for children”. The charming economist opines that “this could breach their human rights”. And who am I to disagree? …

  4. #4 by nooralhaqiqa on 07/13/2016 - 9:34

    With Zionism, just when you think it cannot get any worse…..

  5. #5 by ml on 07/20/2016 - 9:34

    She dining with the best food in the world for free while the palestinians are starving. Bet her accomadation is also gratis.

    There has got to be life after death. I cannot believe these creature get away with their evil.

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