Police have launched an investigation into a Labour Party member who was exposed by the JC for writing "I hate Jews!" on Facebook.
Laura Balogh, who is part of the Reading and District Labour Party (RDLP), wrote a lengthy diatribe on Facebook in which she said: "Most Jews I have known have been the most materialist, racist and transphobic bigots I've sadly had to work with...fact...ok?"
She then wrote: "Board of deputies of British Jews seem to be dictating to Labour party demanding expulsions like Ken Livingstone... while hundreds are dying under Jewish bullet fire."
The JC understands that Thames Valley Police are now investigating Ms Balogh over a possible hate speech offence after responding to complaints.
In a further Facebook message written on June 3 last year, Ms Balogh wrote that Israel “an illegitimate apartheid state” would “only be toppled by force.”
She added: "I look forward to Iran having the strength to give it a try and decimate their illegal settlements, turn Tel Aviv to dust.”
Last month, the JC reported Ms Balogh was initially removed from the Reading and District Labour Party Facebook forum but was allowed back after Helen Caney, the former secretary of Reading Momentum became the current secretary of RDLP.
Labour sources said on May 22 that Ms Balogh was suspended from the party over her rant and was facing disciplinary proceedings.
Ms Balogh's anti-Jewish posting emerged only weeks before a visit to Reading by then-Labour MP Luciana Berger, who later quit the party over antisemtic bullying.
Despite coming to speak on her work around mental health, Momentum Reading activists organised a protest, falsely claiming she had been "silent" on Palestine.
Emails seen by the JC showed Nada Al-Sanjari – who also uses the surname Foster and an ally of Ms Caney – whipping up anger against Ms Berger on the Berkshire Disabled People Against Cuts Facebook group ahead of Ms Berger’s visit to the town.
Ms Al-Sanjari wrote: “From Grenfell, to Gaza, Berger has been noticeably silent. She used her position and her voice to speak for elites and not the victims. I’d support a demo with DPAC on these principles."
Ms Caney was also behind invitations to anti-Zionist campaigner Glyn Secker to speak to Reading Labour members.
Mr Secker was suspended by Labour last month after he ranted about "Jews in the gutter" at a pro-Palestinian demo in London.
The JC understands that another Reading Labour member involved in setting up the event with Mr Secker, Katy McCubbing, has also been warned by the party about conduct relating to alleged antisemitism.
The JC contacted Thames Valley Police for comment.