Britain’s Prince Charles has raised eyebrows, attending the induction ceremony of UK’s new chief Rabbi while wearing a Jewish skullcap.
September 3, 2013
Aside from snatching the title of the first British royal to attend the inaugural of a chief rabbi, the heir to the British throne put on display his most explicit ever show of allegiance with the jews, wearing a yarmulke adorned with the Prince of Wales’s official emblem of feathers.
The new chief rabbi Ephraim Mervis took over the top position on Sunday.
This is not the first time the royal skullcap has made appearances as Charles has worn it at various other Jewish related events and ceremonies.
The British royal family has close ties with the Zionist regime of Israel and the Israeli-supported Jewish groups in Britain.