Marcus Dysch chairs the weekly JC Jabber. Our Reporters Daniel Easterman and Sandy Rashty debate the issues, with a special guest appearance from fellow JC colleague Amy Solomon. Charlotte Oliver is away this week on assignment in Israel.
Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu spoke this week at the Aipac conference in Washington DC.
He told supporters of Israel about the ongoing peace talks with the Palestinians, and also highlighted the threat of a nuclear Iran.
Alice Sommer-Herz, the world's oldest Holocaust survivor, has died at the age of 110.
The Lady In Number 6, a documentary about her life, is nominated for an Oscar at next week's Academy Awards.
In these excerpts from the film Alice talks about her love of music, family, friends and remarkable life.
Prime Minister David Cameron has revealed details of the new Holocaust Commission.
The cross-party, multi-faith group will investigate ways to educate future generations of Britons about the Shoah.
The group's membership was announced to coincide with Holocaust Memorial Day and Mr Cameron hosted survivors at a special Downing Street reception.
In one of the conference’s most moving moments so far, Natan Sharansky, Chairman of the Jewish Agency awarded 96 year old Michael Sherbourne with a special plaque for his activism on behalf of Soviet Jews during the 1970s and 1980s.
The Chief Rabbi said: "As Jews we must be committed to every single human being created in the image of God."
He went on to say: "We have to have universalistic ideals, that we are here as a people to be or lagoyim, a light unto the nations and not to simply exist in a self-imposed ghetto away from the other peoples of the world.”