Prominent British Muslims have published an open letter in a full-page advert in The Telegraph urging other Muslims to call out anti-Semitism when they see it.
The group, which includes senior police officers, human rights activists and interfaith champions, warn that the prosperity of British Muslims "cannot be ensured while Jewish communities feel under threat".
Writing at the start of Ramadan, and after a the deadliest week in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict since 2014, signatories say: "The time has come to speak out. For far too long, anti-Semitism has gone unchecked."
Fiyaz Mughal, the director of Faith Matters and founder of Muslims Against Anti-Semitism (MAAS), were among those signing the letter, which was posted under the headline: "We have one word for Jews. Shalom."