Corbyn lights up JLM's Chanukah party - well, almost
Despite the presence of both doughnuts and Chanukah candles, the occasion was not entirely sweetness and light.
Just another week
Many forms of racial and religious prejudice are being successfully removed from daily discourse in Britain. But one significant exception remains...
The JC Leader
Trump's policy shift has limited effects
Violence has ebbed after an initial uptick, while the diplomatic response consisted of rhetoric but no action
Subdued CFI set to bounce back
This did not appear to be a group preparing to skulk off to the sidelines during its annual lunch.
We're prepped for the future
Jonathan Haskel and Stian Westlake, authors of one of the most talked about books of the year (Capitalism Without Capital) look at the Jewish angle of their thesis
Jonathan Haskel and Stian Westlake
Menashe’s surprising triumph over sectarianism
Can this film help to change perceptions, asks David Aaronovitch
No BDS and No Need for an Army
A sobering look at the plight of Jews in 19th Century Europe from the new series where genealogist Rivka Goldblatt delves into the more interesting corners of the JC Archive
The Archive Blog
Christmas and Chanukah: the best of both worlds
Student blogger Asha Sumroy tells us about her family's particularly inclusive take on the holiday season
Foodie Chanukah gifts
If you're stuck for ideas then look no further, here's what I'm chalashing this Chanukah.
What Trump's Jerusalem move really means
In a period dominated by local news, the eyes of French Jews still turn to Jerusalem
A View From Paris
Friday, December 8, 2017
In Hungary, George Soros is still a target
Budapest-born Mr Soros, a Holocaust survivor, has been cast in a government-backed campaign as an advocate of mass illegal immigration and an enemy of the Hungarian people.
Letters 8th December
Lyn Julius, Matthew de Lange, Jonathan Black, Barry Hyman, David Benson, David Finlay, Raymond Apple, and Brenda Inns (née Noble) share their views with JC readers
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