The comments come amid criticism of Mr Corbyn and the party’s handling of antisemitism complaints. The motion was “almost unanimously” approved at the Jewish affiliate’s AGM on Sunday afternoon, according to its Twitter account. Labour MPs Dame Margaret Hodge, Ruth Smeeth and Louise Ellman delivered “strong” speeches at the Jewish Labour Movement’s (JLM) AGM added.
Earlier, Shadow Attorney General Baroness Chakrabarti called on the group not to “personalise the issue”.
Ms Chakrabarti said the anti-Semitism row was bigger than Mr Corbyn and he “won’t be leader forever”.
Labour has said it takes all complaints of anti-Semitism “extremely seriously” and is committed to “rooting it out”.
The JLM meeting took place after Labour again found itself embroiled in a row over its handling of anti-Semitism complaints.
Labour MP Ruth Smeeth said it had been a “heartbreaking day” and she felt “sick” after the meeting.
She said: “Jewish members of the Labour Party have come together in anger and frustration to make it clear to the leadership that enough really must be enough.
“The mood was very sombre.
“The party has to shine a light on what’s really going on, it’s time for the Labour Party to remove itself from its own disciplinary and complaints process and hand it to an independent body.”
Dame Margaret Hodge said the meeting was “collegiate but angry”.
The vote comes after the Sunday Times reported that it had seen internal documents which showed the party had failed to take disciplinary action in hundreds of cases.
The newspaper reported that the documents showed the party’s system for dealing with complaints had been beset by delays and inaction.
Labour defended its handling of complaints, saying the figures used in the Sunday Times newspaper report were not accurate and had been “selectively leaked from emails to misrepresent their overall contents”.