Israeli emergency volunteers from ZAKA rescued eight students from the rubble of a flattened university building in Port au-Prince, Haiti.
The six-team ZAKA worked for 38 hours with a Mexican military team to rescue the students, continuing over Shabbat.
Commander of the ZAKA mission to Haiti Mati Goldstein told Ynet:“With all the hell going on outside, even when things get bad, Judaism says we must take a deep breath and go on to save more people.”
Jonathan Hoffman, co vice-chair of the Zionist Federation, was told he was "not welcome" after revealing his Jewish name at a pro-Palestinian meeting at SOAS.
Mr Hoffman raised concerns during the meeting about the presence of Bongani Masuku, a South African trade unionist who the South African Human Rights Commission have found guilty of inciting hate towards Jews.
Pro-Palestinian attendees of the meeting booed Mr Hoffman and shouted "Jewish" at him while he read out his question for Mr Masuku.
On Tuesday night a group of Jews and Christians protested outside Bloomsbury Central Baptist Church at the PSC’s Carol Service, with Caryl Churchill, author of “Seven Jewish Children”.
Jonathan Sacerdoti confronts a man supporting the Palestinian Solidarity Campaign's Christmas Carol concert outside the church. The man, who gives his name as John Sullivan, described Jews as "parasites".
He said: "Everybody in Britain can see what a nasty unpleasant type of people the Jewish people are in England.
Rabbi Aryeh Sufrin received an MBE from the Queen for his work with Drugsline, at the Chabad in Ilford. Here, he is interviewed(in English) by Israel's Channel 2 about his honour, and his worry that the Queen might shake his hand.
An interview in English follows the Hebrew introduction