Prominent US conservative William Kristol has been called a “Renegade Jew” for supporting an independent bid for the presidency to stop presumptive Republican candidate Donald Trump from winning the election in November.
An Israeli father-and-son team has created a robot that they claim is better at shooting than humans after a family member was injured in combat.
Produced with the help of the Israeli Ministry of Defence and counter-terrorism unit, “Dogo” can tackle any type of terrain - including stairs - and provides 360-degree vision to soldiers before they enter combat situations.
Donald Trump’s campaign has included on its list of delegates a self-proclaimed white nationalist who attempted to revoke the citizenships of all non-whites, including those with “more than one-eighth of Middle Eastern or Semitic blood.”
Police have arrested a man who trained a dog to perform a Nazi salute on cue.
Markus Meechan, 28, posted a video online showing him encouraging his girlfriend’s pug Buddha to make the offensive gesture by asking him: “Buddha - do you want to gas the Jews?” and saying “sieg heil” while giggling.
New Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has told the JC that he wants to be a Mayor for all its citizens, pledging "zero tolerance towards antisemitism".
Mr Khan's first public engagement since his election was this afternoon's national Yom HaShoah ceremony, where the announcement of his presence prompted thunderous applause among the 3,000-plus crowd at the Barnet Copthall Stadium in north London.
David Beckham will speak at JW3 community centre next month.
The former England captain is to be interviewed by BBC Radio 4 presenter Kirsty Young on June 14 about his football career and ‘7: The David Beckham Unicef Fund,’ a charity which helps children around the globe.
Vitriolic antisemitic tweets aimed at Tottenham Hotspur fans following the team’s match against Chelsea on Monday have been reported to the police.
The stream of abuse, which came from many separate users and included references to Auschwitz and “bastard Jews,” followed the 2-2 draw at Stamford Bridge that marked the end of Spurs’ Premier League title challenge.
A United Synagogue rabbi has criticised communal charities which fielded runners in the London Marathon, held on the second day of Pesach, for "weakening our community".
At least half-a-dozen Jewish organisations were represented in Sunday's race. Others decided against involvement, hoping that the loss of revenue would be offset by the promise of extra places for 2017.