Herzog invites Britain's Corbyn to Israel amid anti-Semitism row

Israeli opposition leader Isaac Herzog in Jerusalem on February 10, 2016Israeli opposition leader Isaac Herzog on Saturday invited Jeremy Corbyn, leader of Britain’s Labour party, to visit the Yad Vashem holocaust memorial in Jerusalem amid a row over anti-semitism. Former London mayor Ken Livingstone said on Saturday he regretted the row that has rocked Britain’s opposition Labour party, but refused to withdraw comments linking Hitler to Zionism.

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