The Children of Missile City is a documentary following the lives of children in Sderot suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder, which affects 86 per cent of the city's children.
More than 7,400 children live in Sderot and must shelter an average of three times a day.
Liane Thompson's film is part of a campaign to raise money for the Sderot clinic which helps theose children suffering from post-traumatic stress, which is scheduled to shut down this July due to lack of funding.
Stolen Beauty, a group committed to boycotting Israeli goods, has specifically targeted Oxfam ambassador Kristin Davis and her promotion of Ahava cosmetics.
Stolen Beauty is run by American women who were initially opposed to the Iraq war. They turned their attention to Israel in June, with bikini-clad protestors demonstrating outside an Ahava store in Washington DC and gate-crashing a beach party event promoting Tel Aviv in New York City.
Possibly the largest matzah ball in the world was unveiled in New York last week, and immediately drew complaints from elderly Jewish diners.
The enormous dumpling was made from 1,000 eggs, 80lb of margarine and a mountain of matzah meal. It weighed 267 lb and its diameter was 29.2 inches - vital statistics that did not bode well for its fluffiness.
Kol Simcha, one of Europe’s oldest Klezmer bands started as a wedding band in Switzerland playing the Jewish simcha classics, but now play to concert halls with their mixture of jazz, classical music and klezmer, a brand of east folk music with a distinctly Jewish flavour and a strong clarinet.
Now, as one of the genre’s most successful groups, they are part of the Klezmer revival happening this summer in the UK.
The group will play at the Cheltenham Festival on July 9, and will be preceded by a special screening of a film by Simon Broughton Klezmer: Fiddler on the Hoof