A woman who cared for Holocaust survivors giving testimony during a famous court case in London has published an account of events 50 years on
Pensioner June Bennett-Self fought back tears as she recalled the bravery of the survivors who gave evidence against a doctor who subjected inmates at Auschwitz to harrowing suffering.
“Who doesn’t like a hot salt-beef sandwich?” Allan Davis asked himself when creating a dating site for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender Jews.
He created HotSaltBeef.com after noticing a gap in the market.
Community leaders are urging residents to boycott a German clothing brand favoured by neo-Nazis, after shop selling the brand opened just yards from the chief r abbi’s office.
Thor Steinar clothes, which are notoriously worn by right-wing extremists, are on sale in the Viking Thor shop in North Finchley, a north London neighbourhood with a high number of Jewish residents.
Richard Munns is the man behind 48,000 meals this Pesach and he isn't even Jewish.
Richard Munns is the man behind 48,000 meals this Pesach and he isn’t even Jewish. But as Jewish Care’s deputy director of operations, Mr Munns has the overall responsibility of providing clients with traditional Passover cooking.
A woman whose father died following a hospital blunder was reeling this week after her mother was sent home from a sister hospital with the wrong drugs.
A north London accountant has described the moment he rescued a 14-year-old girl from violent seas in which two women drowned.
Adam Cramer, 49, dived into the surf at Playa Pariso in Tenerife and dragged the girl to safety as her body was tossed repeatedly against rocks.
Israeli security forces have demolished several illegal buildings in the West Bank settlement of Yitzhar, despite resistance from its hard-line Jewish residents.
Six border police officers were injured as hundreds of settlers threw rocks at the demolition workers.
Peaches Geldof, who was found dead aged 25 on Monday, was married to a Jewish musician and had only recently discovered her own Jewish roots.
The daughter of musician Bob Geldof and model Paula Yates, was married to Thomas Cohen and had two young sons: Astala, one, and Phaedra.
Electoral gains made by the far-right party Jobbik should be a source of grave concern for Europe, European Jewish Congress said in a statement following the Hungarian election on Sunday.
Shidduch-making has just gone viral.
A team of New York developers have created a dating app that matches singles via their mobile phones.
Users sign up to view photographs of other people living in their area.
They are then able to rate them by clicking on icons with the options: Oy Vey! (forget it) Maybe, (I need time to think) or Crush (let’s date).
Israeli spy Jonathan Pollard may be released by the United States in a bid to save the Middle East peace process, according to new reports.
A US official told the New York Times that no decisions had been made, but confirmed there had been talks about releasing the American jailed for spying for Israel.
A German art collector has confirmed that he will return Nazi-looted works to their Jewish owners.
Cornelius Gurlitt, who had hidden a large collection of masterpieces in his Munich flat, has decided to return the pieces of art after taking advice from his lawyers.
It’s official: sitting on your tuchus all day will make you fat. How do we know? A team of researchers at Tel Aviv University say so.
Their findings may not exactly come as a surprise but they have spent the past two years making sure as part of a four-year study into obesity.
It’s all to do with the way prolonged periods of sitting still allows a build-up of fats in our rear ends.
Gwyneth Paltrow is splitting from Coldplay singer Chris Martin after 10 years of marriage.
The couple who have two young children said they were “consciously uncoupling”.
The Hollywood actress, whose late father was Jewish film producer Bruce Paltrow, made a joint announcement on her website, Goop.