Jeremy Corbyn campaigned for Israeli embassy car bombing pair

By Marcus Dysch, September 1, 2015

Jeremy Corbyn was a leading activist in the campaign for the release of two people who were jailed for their involvement in the bombing of a Jewish charity building and the Israeli embassy in London.

Jawad Botmeh and Samar Alami were convicted of conspiracy to cause the bombings of the embassy and Balfour House after both buildings were targeted by car bombs in 1994.


Terrorists planned to kill Jewish visitors to Joseph’s Tomb

By Jessica Weinstein, August 25, 2015

Israeli forces foiled an attack on Jewish worshipers at a holy site in the West Bank, it has been revealed.

After a gag order was lifted on Tuesday, the Shin Bet security service said that four Palestinians had been arrested on suspicion of planning an attack on Jewish visitors to Joseph’s Tomb.


Three Israelis injured in West Bank terror attack

By JC Reporter, August 6, 2015

Three people have been injured in a suspected terror attack near the West Bank settlement of Shiloh.

The attacker, who drove into the victims with a car at the Sinjil junction, was reportedly shot.

The casualties were attended to at the scene by paramedics and IDF medical teams.

Two of the injured were reported to be seriously injured, with head and internal injuries.


David Cameron attacks antisemitic conspiracy theories as he outlines counter-extremism plan

By Josh Jackman and Marcus Dysch, July 20, 2015

David Cameron has said conspiracy theories about Jews may be the first stepping stones to Islamist extremism.

He also warned of extremists who believe that “Jews exercise malevolent power” and engage in conspiracy theories that Mossad was behind the September 11 terror attacks in 2001.


Jews across community sign up to Muslim-led fightback against radicalisation

By Josh Jackman, July 9, 2015

A cross-denominational campaign started by Muslim groups to tackle extremism has received support from rabbis across the community.

The Fightback Starts Here coalition, which launched on Thursday with an open letter signed by more than 100 charities, activists and leaders from across the UK, aims to protect British children from radicalisation.


Six Israeli Arabs charged with supporting Daesh

By Sandy Rashty, July 6, 2015

Six Israeli Arabs – four of them school teachers - have been charged with supporting Daesh (sometimes known as IS).

The men are accused of promoting jihad in their classes, according to Israeli security agency Shin Bet.

The four teachers work in a school in southern Israel.


Hendon bomb threat prompts mass evacuation

By Josh Jackman, July 2, 2015

A mass evacuation took place in a prominent Jewish area this afternoon following a bomb threat.

Buildings on Bell Lane, Albert Road and Hillview Gardens in Hendon were evacuated following reports of a suspicious package.


Website marking 7/7 bombings to inspire debate on terrorist violence

By Rosa Doherty, July 2, 2015

The family of a Jewish woman who was killed in the July 7 bombings in 2005 are launching a website in her name. It will mark the 10th anniversary of the terrorist attacks by British Islamits that killed 52 people in London.

Miriam Hyman was killed in the Tavistock Square bus blast after she had been evacuated from King's Cross station and had called her father to say she was safe.


Board sends message of support to French community after terror attack

By Rosa Doherty, June 26, 2015

The Board of Deputies of British Jews has expresses solidarity with the people of France following the terror attack in Lyon.

A man has been decapitated and others were injured at factory by terrorists carrying Islamist banners.

The attack happened at the headquarters of the American owned Air Products, in Saint-Quentin-Fallavier, near the city of Lyon.


IDF hits back after Palestinian rocket strikes Israel

By Sandy Rashty, April 24, 2015

A rocket was fired into southern Israel from Gaza on Thursday night, ending four months of relative calm in the area.

Israelis were called into bomb shelters after the emergency siren sounded in Sderot.

The Israel Defence Forces confirmed that the rocket exploded in an open area near kibbutzim. No one was injured in the attack.