A set of heartbreaking colour portraits of Jews in the Polish ghettos of Kutno and Warsaw, taken between 1938 and 1940, were published for the first time by US magazine Life last week to coincide with the 72nd anniversary of the opening of the Warsaw Ghetto.
The JC recently ran a competition for photographers under the age of 30, to see if they could depict Modern Jewish Britain. The winning photograph will go on show at the reknowned London gallery of celebrity photographer Richard Young, who judged the contest together with JC creative director John Belknap.
News of a deal inked between israel and Hamas to secure the release of Gilad Shalit prompted wild celebrations in Jerusalem. British teenagers on the FZY and Bnei Akiva yearcourse schemes were there to join in.
October 4 marks 75 years since a group of Jews, trade unionists, and Communists barricaded Whitechapel against the police-protected march of Sir Oswald Mosley's "blackshirts" and forced them out of the East End. Click to see how the JC covered it.