What have we done in the last 36 hours?
The terror attacks in Israel have shaken the community and we are coming to terms with the news as it continues to evolve.
Already we are seeing incidents of antisemitism in the UK in direct response to the conflict in Israel - so we are taking the unprecedented action of posting on Yomtov to update our community.
Your safety is always our number one priority and we wanted to provide an urgent update of how we are supporting the community.
SENIOR POLICE ENGAGEMENT
CST has engaged in detailed operational discussions and cooperation with senior police across the UK including London and Manchester.
CST PERSONNEL DEPLOYMENT
CST has engaged in extensive deployment of personnel over Shabbat and Yomtov providing real time response to antisemitic verbal abuse directly related to the war.
CST has provided urgent safety briefings for all communal organisations including detailed consultations with their leadership.
CST has engaged in high level stakeholder engagement over the weekend including constructive calls with the Home Secretary and the Security Minister on antisemitism, policing, car convoys, schools, universities and Iran.
Our dedicated CST expert teams are monitoring social media, web forums and the dark web for extremist reactions in the UK to the conflict.
SEE IT. REPORT IT. STOP IT.
CST has been supporting people who have reported antisemitic hate incidents. If you see something suspicious - report it immediately.
For emergencies always call the police first on 999. And then CST on our National Emergency Number (24-hr) 0800 032 3263.