Levene wrote to editors, explaining that, though he converted to Christianity, Benjamin Disraeli (who was was prime minister for a short time in 1868, and then from 1874-80) nonetheless identified as a Jew by ethnic heritage, citing his response to antisemitic heckling in the House of Commons where he referred to his ancestors serving in the Temple of Solomon.
In upholding the complaint, editors added “[See footnote]” after the quote shown above, and the following now appears at the bottom of the article:
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