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Disputes between Christian clerics and Jews in this period were supposedly encouraged by William Rufus (1087-1100).

Another influential English figure was Henry I (1100-1135) who granted the Jews a charter of liberties.

These charges were repeated in Gloucester (in 1168), Bury St.

Riots were started and mobs threw stones at the Jews and burned the straw roofs of their houses.However, until 1177 only one Jewish cemetery was allowed to be established in London.During the Middle Ages, usury, or lending money for interest, was considered a sin by the Catholic Church.Today, the Jewish population in the United Kingdom stands at approximately 291,000 - the fifth largest Jewish community in the world.There were individual Jews living in England in Roman and Anglo-Saxon times (80-1066 A. When William the Conqueror arrived in England in 1066, he encouraged Jewish merchants and artisans from northern France to move to England.

Riots were started and mobs threw stones at the Jews and burned the straw roofs of their houses.However, until 1177 only one Jewish cemetery was allowed to be established in London.During the Middle Ages, usury, or lending money for interest, was considered a sin by the Catholic Church.Today, the Jewish population in the United Kingdom stands at approximately 291,000 - the fifth largest Jewish community in the world.There were individual Jews living in England in Roman and Anglo-Saxon times (80-1066 A. When William the Conqueror arrived in England in 1066, he encouraged Jewish merchants and artisans from northern France to move to England.One of the most notorious riots led to the massacre of the Jews of York. They felt that they could use York castle for protection and felt secure among York’s elite residents, who used enjoyed Jewish financial services.