The row from a fringe meeting at the party conference in Brighton comes as a new report has revealed that Labour officials are eight times more likely to be antisemitic than officials of other parties.
The Campaign Against Anti-Semitism found that 61 per cent cases of the problem came up in Labour.
According to reports the fringe entitled “Free Speech on Israel” heard demands that the Jewish Labour Movement and Labour friends of Israel were “kicked out” of the party.
The meeting also involved Tony Greenstein even though he was suspended last year for using the term “Zionist scum” and there were reportedly cheers for former hard left London Mayor Ken Livingstone, who was also suspended from the party for claiming Hitler was a Zionist.
The episode has echoes of the anti-Semitism scandal that engulfed the party after Jeremy Corbyn’s election partly fueled by his past support for terrorist groups Hezbollah and Hamas which want to destroy the state of Israel.
A report commissioned by Mr Corbyn by former Liberty director Shami Chakrabarti into the party’s anti-Semitism was branded a “whitewash” although she recommended that the word Zionist should be banned.
Last night Jeremy Newmark, the chairman of the Jewish Labour Movement said: “This is a thinly veiled call to purge Jews from the Labour Party.”
Jennifer Gerber, Labour Friends of Israel director added: “It’s beyond disgraceful that today at Labour Party Conference there have been calls to expel Labour Friends of Israel and the Jewish Labour Movement from the party.
“Supporting the world’s only Jewish state is a mainstream and long-standing Labour position. We hope the Labour Party leadership acts swiftly to condemn those who seek to bully pro-Israel and Jewish members out of the party.”
The row came as another fringe meeting on racism heard Tottenham MP David Lammy attack Donald Trump and tell delegates that he will “chain myself to the doors of Downing Street” if the US President’s State visit goes ahead.
He said: “’We need to martial our efforts to fight. I will be on the streets when eventually they cave in and let Donald Trump into this country.
“The man is a racist. The man has Ku Klux members in his inner team. The man thinks it is OK to have protesting Nazis on the streets.
“Of course will campaign against it.”
He also appeared to imply that Brexit supporters, specifically former Ukip leader Nigel Farage and foreign secretary Boris Johnson were Nazis.
He said: “[Mr Johnson] is playing a game and the game he is playing is the worst game in politics it is entirely self serving how much does he care about that white working class really?
“If he gains he’s fine and we must stand up to it because it’s the same nasty politics that we saw in the 1920s and 30s and we see where it led you.”
He added: “It is not a joke to put Nigel Farage on TV and panel shows every week. It is not funny.”
He said: “’I have come to the view that there were people who went to the polls and voted leave and what they meant is that you, you, you and you and me should leave.
“I am not going anywhere. I was born in this country and I intend to stay here.
“I intend to be absolutely clear about one other thing.
“The Brits had an empire and if you think you can dump the EU to recreate it I am going to fight all the way.”