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Mahmoud Abbas was visibly angry during Sunday's meeting in Ramallah (Photo: Flash 90)
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Abbas rages at Trump

The Palestinian President described Trump's recognition of Jerusalem as a 'slap in the face'

Anshel Pfeffer

Yesterday, 11:05

Abbas rages at Trump
  • Analysis

    Israel’s BDS list has a local angle

    What looks like a move against the BDS movement could just as well be the latest battle in an ongoing turf war between government departments

    Anshel Pfeffer

    Thursday, January 11, 2018

    Israel’s BDS list has a local angle
  • Education Secretary Justine Greening - her department told Hackney it had no immediate plans to legislate on unregistered schools
    Analysis

    What to be done about unregistered yeshivot?

    For years the authorities have known that hundreds of boys in Stamford Hill have been taught in unregistered institutions. Now a new report calls for action to be taken

    Simon Rocker

    Friday, January 5, 2018

    What to be done about unregistered yeshivot?
  • Britain's Lord Chancellor and Justice Secretary David Lidington (Picture: TOLGA AKMEN/AFP/Getty Images)
    Analysis

    How a coroner can be dismissed

    Over the past few weeks, the JC has run a number of stories of delays to Jewish burials under the supervision of Mary Hassell, senior coroner for St Pancras Coroner’s Court, but, our report finds, there is difficulty in holding her to account

    Daniel Sugarman

    Friday, January 5, 2018

    How a coroner can be dismissed
  • Pro-government demonstrators marching in the central Iranian city of Isfahan
    Analysis

    Iran protests reveal depth of regime split

    The protests which began at the end of December will have significant implications for President Rouhani’s leadership

    Michael Daventry

    Thursday, January 4, 2018

    Iran protests reveal depth of regime split
  • Barry Sherman (Picture: Getty)
    Analysis

    A family legal dispute that would not go away

    An acrimonious legal challenge lingers behind the suspicious deaths of the philanthropist and 'inspiring leader' Barry Shermans

    Lianne Kolirin

    Thursday, December 21, 2017

    A family legal dispute that would not go away
  • Analysis

    Antisemitism comes out in the open

    'It feels like the language of antisemitism is being set free from a politically correct straitjacket.'

    Dave Rich

    Friday, December 15, 2017

    Antisemitism comes out in the open
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    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.

    Lee Harpin

    Friday, December 8, 2017

    In Hungary, George Soros is still a target