No voice

I WAS listening on Monday morning to Radio Leeds discussing Bradford and all that is good about it.

I was waiting for any Jewish person to go on air to explain to thousands of listeners how MP George Galloway was doing a great injustice to Israel and the Jewish people as well as Bradford by wanting a boycott of Israelis.

I was deafened by the hour-long silence, so I decided to air my views by text.

I did not expect the text to be read out, but the presenter just glossed over it by saying George Galloway doesn't want Israelis in Bradford, which took about five seconds.

What I want to know is, why in the Jewish community in Leeds, is there is no voice?

Malcolm Shedlow,

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