Youth vote matters in Judaism
The United Synagogue could learn from Jeremy Corbyn's successes, says Jennifer Lipman
Diaspora fury over Kotel ‘betrayal’ is futile
Jews around the world are important to Netanyahu - but they cannot vote in the Knesset
Don't write off the Ashkenazim
Who owns Jewish history? Josh Glancy takes up the debate.
Salad shmalad - is there really such a thing as...
An article yesterday claimed the next big thing in salads is Jewish. I may be a pedant but I'm not so sure...
Friday, June 23, 2017
The JC Letters Page June 23 2017
Rosalind Schogger, Gideon Falter, David Levenson, Frank Angell, Stephen Miller and Dr Anthony Isaacs share their views with JC readers
A watershed moment for the Corbyn regime
The Chakrabarti inquiry did not take up the core issue of the association of the left with hatred of Jews.
Hatred in public...
The Jewish Chronicle Leader column, June 23 2017
The JC Leader
Thursday, June 22, 2017
The heroes among us
You rarely see an emergency worker receiving public acclaim, but just because they’re not looking for it, it doesn’t mean we shouldn’t give it, says Stephen Rosenthal
Resigned to a nasty, dull kind of politics
In this week's Dysch on Politics the JC's political editor looks at two very different political careers with two potentially similar endings.
London’s 24 hours of hate
The Prime Minister says tackling extremism would “require some difficult and often embarrassing conversations.” It might need more than that.
Five things I wish I'd known before I started uni
Wednesday, June 21, 2017
The Jewish vote? It's more complicated than that
Is speculation about how Jewish votes may have contributed to the defeat of the Labour Party is a discussion which is really ‘good for the Jews’?
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