Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has been facing universal criticism after refusing to apologize for the anti-Semitic behavior within its ranks in an interview on Tuesday.
However the video doesn't discuss with British Jewish folks in a transfer which has sparked fury and dangers worsening Labour's current anti-Semitism disaster.
Jonathan Goldstein, the chairman of the Jewish Leadership Council, told The Jewish Chronicle the video demonstrated Labour has a "blind spot".
The clip, unveiled at the launch of the Labour Party's race and faith manifesto last week, contains a speech by Dawn Butler, the shadow equalities and women minister, expressing solidarity with several minority groups, including travellers, "black, white or Asian", as well as Sikh, Muslim and Christian communities.
"It shows they don't regard the jewish community or antisemitism as equal to other communities or racism of other types".
'You cannot think anything other than that is chilling.
Labour MP candidate Wes Streeting said that "after everything that's happened... it just adds insult to injury" and he had asked Mr Corbyn and Ms Butler for an explanation.
"You have a future and you are worthy". Worthy of equality, worthy of dignity and worthy of respect and a Labour authorities will worth you.
The video ends with a statement on screen which reads: 'Our diversity is our greatest strength.
"Labour's new internationalism means we will create a peace and conflict-prevention fund and invest an extra 400 million pounds [$513 million] to expand our diplomatic capacity and increase oversight of arms exports to ensure we're not fueling conflicts, as in Yemen and in Israel and the Palestinian territories", he said in a speech outlining his party's foreign-policy goals.