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Reform urged to reach out to Israelis in UK

October 25, 2012

Israeli Ambassador Daniel Taub has called on the Movement for Reform Judaism to reach out to Israelis living in Britain “to show them types of expressions of Judaism that maybe they haven’t been able to see in Israel”.


Chief Rabbi Jonathan Sacks: single parents need help

By Jennifer Lipman, October 18, 2012

Chief Rabbi Sacks has expressed concern about the divide between children from two-parent families and those who grow up without “the support and presence of their natural fathers”. He made his comments during a Lords debate about child development.


Shir ‘live’ at West London Synagogue

By ivorgoldberg, October 14, 2012
Saturday 17 November
7:30pm - 10:30pm


Private Film Screening of 'Quartet' for Nightingale Hammerson

By Judith Spevock, September 21, 2012
Tuesday 11 December


Chabad rabbi punched

By Marcus Dysch, September 14, 2012

A rabbi has described how he was punched during a scuffle with men who shouted antisemitic abuse.

Rabbi Yisroel Lew was struck in the ear after the men launched an unprovoked attack in the early hours of the morning in Baker Street, central London.

The Bloomsbury Chabad director and a friend had been moving items from his office when the incident happened.


World Jewish Relief raises £70K at business breakfast

July 12, 2012

World Jewish Relief supporters heard a rare good word for bankers at the charity’s annual business breakfast, which raised £70,000.


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Sir Harold Evans and Rabbi Julie Neuberger discuss Antisemitism

By Facing History and Ourselves, May 18, 2012
Wednesday 23 May
6:45pm - 8:00pm


Kisharon launches national helpline

May 18, 2012

Special needs charity Kisharon unveiled a helpline scheme at its gala dinner in central London on Sunday, which raised £450,000.

Chairman Philip Goldberg told the 500 guests that the service would give “Jewish people from around the country somewhere to phone when they need emotional support on issues relating to learning difficulties. It is in response to an identified need.”


Liberal Judaism's Council of Patrons dinner

May 18, 2012

Liberal Judaism chief executive Rabbi Danny Rich highlighted some of the movement’s recent successes at its Council of Patrons dinner at the House of Lords.

Lord Fink, Lord Haskel and Brooks Newmark MP were among guests at the annual thank-you to key funders.