Is Labour unapologetically antisemitic?
Historically, Jews regarded the party as their natural home and a hugely disproportionate number of Jewish MPs represented Labour in Parliament.
Labour is repeating purges of the 1980s
Are Jews an ethnic minority
'We must stand together'
Mea culpas, self-denunciations and the Dweck affair
'This has been a painful experience for me'
It's not just the hard left that demands its opponents fall in behind the party line
Read the full statement from Rabbi Joseph Dweck in response to the review panel's decision
Rabbi Joseph Dweck
Rabbi Mirvis gives his response to the Dweck affair - and says he's been appalled by some of the conduct we have witnessed in our community.
Chief Rabbi Mirvis
Time to spike the terrorists’ guns
Terror organisation Hezbollah has consistently rejected any notion of separate “wings” yet the group is not completely proscribed under current UK law.
All a rabbi really has is his reputation'
Rabbi Walter Rothschild, a British minister who found his name on the recent 'blacklist' of rabbis explains how he felt.
Rabbi Walter Rothschild
How one Reform shul is bucking the trend
The principal rabbi at Finchley Reform Synagogue sees a clear future for the Jewish community
Rabbi Miriam Berger
Friday, July 14, 2017
A community slow to change
The history of Jewish women can shed new light on the history of Jewish men, and the community as a whole, writes Dr Anne Summers
Dr Anne Summers
Monday, July 10, 2017
Gay Jews have freedom, but they need more
It's fifty years since the law changed on homosexuality. Benjamin Ellis considers what's changed for LGBT+ Jews
Thursday, July 6, 2017
Orthodoxy's identity crisis
The rabbinic melodrama surrounding Rabbi Dweck does not come as a surprise. It is, however, a painful reminder of the poor state of British Orthodox Jewry.
Flying to war — and to a ﬁne Israeli wedding
Jews who ally with Robinson are our own worst enemy
Do not be suckered by street thugs
Wednesday, July 5, 2017
Paddington Bear: his secret Jewish heritage
Paddington is one of the best-loved characters in children’s literature. But did you know he was Jewish? Susan Reuben explains...
Thursday, June 29, 2017
Don't write off the Ashkenazim
Who owns Jewish history? Josh Glancy takes up the debate.
Monday, June 26, 2017
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.
Friday, June 23, 2017
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.
Thursday, June 22, 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’?
Wednesday, June 21, 2017
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