By Simon Rocker
November 23, 2009
The Jewish Tribune columnist Ben Yitzchok is not happy at the Community Security Trust's religious observance.
He writes in the latest issue: "On several recent vists to functions in north-west London, I have received numerous complaints that CST volunteers are seen running around with two-way radios on Shabbos and Yomtov without any justification whatsoever. I am prepared to accept that many of these youngsters are well-intentioned, but wrongly believe that in an effort to detect antisemitic crime, laws of Shemiras Shabbos [observing Shabbat] can be disregarded."
The CST should appoint a senior Rabbi to advise them, he says.