"I wish that they would understand that we are utterly determined in every way to drive out anti-Semitism from our society and where it exists in any party to drive it out, including my own", said the Labour leader. In an open letter, the former wrote that Corbyn has a "conspiratorial worldview in which mainstream Jewish communities are. a hostile enemy".
The Israeli Labor Party has made a decision to temporarily sever all ties with its British counterpart following allegations of anti-Semitism aimed at leader Jeremy Corbyn.
"It is my responsibility to acknowledge the hostility you have shown to the Jewish community and the anti-Semitic statements and actions you have allowed as leader of the Labour party United Kingdom", a letter written by Chairman Avi Gabbay to Corbyn reads.
"As Israel approaches Holocaust Memorial Day, we are reminded of the horrors of anti-Semitism in Europe and our commitment to combating anti-Semitism of all forms in all places".
Labor Israel's Avi Gabbay wrote to Jeremy Corbyn: "I write to inform you of the temporary suspension of all formal relations between the Israel Labor Party and the Leader of the Labor Party UK".
The party said it could not maintain relations with Corbyn, citing his perceived failure to tackle alleged anti-Semitism within the Labour Party. I have asked the International Secretary of the Labour Party Israel to update me quarterly on this situation and should this suspension change, you will be updated accordingly.
Local MP and Shadow Cabinet member Andrew Gwynne has refuted a story in this morning's Sunday Telegraph that links him to membership of a Labour supporters' Facebook pages in which anti-Semitic posts are being shared.
The Labour Party has yet to provide a comment on the letter.
The move came following several steps taken by Corbyn that were interpreted by British Jewish leadership as antisemitic.
Following a demonstration organised by the Board of Deputies and Jewish Leadership Council, the two community organisations agreed to meet the Labour leader to discuss the ongoing issue of anti-Semitism.
Hundreds protested outside Labour's headquarters on Sunday at the party's failure to crack down on it.
This week Corbyn slammed Israel's handling of the protests in Gaza on Friday, calling for the United Nations to launch an investigation into the killings of 29 Palestinians as well as reviewing the UK's sale of arms to Israel.