Is death ever the proper penalty?
As Israel moves closer to sentencing terrorists to death, Daniel Sugarman thinks it's a bad idea
Start planning for the baby boomers' old age
Friday, January 19, 2018
We must work together to improve mental health
Asking for quick burials is not queue-jumping
So, what did the Muslims do for the Jews?
Was Franco the 'good' fascist?
I’m keeping Leon’s vow
A teenage film maker keeps his promise to tell a survivor's story
Thursday, January 18, 2018
A relationship inspired by our communities in the UK
The blossoming relationship between India and Israel, marked by reciprocal state visits in just a few short months, is an expression of a new and necessary alliance in a rapidly shifting world
Dolar Armarshi Popat
Why don't our leaders condemn bad schools?
You can offer an education with Jewish values that is not stuck in the dark ages, says Jennifer Lipman
Jews are not asking the senior coroner for preferential treatment - they want the same service to be offered to everyone who needs it
Tuesday, January 16, 2018
Coroners around UK avoid ‘cab rank rule’
Coroners in Jewish areas are generally 'helpful' says one community insider - except for one
Thursday, January 11, 2018
Let's reshuffle our calendar, Chief Rabbi
If you can move Shabbat UK, why not shift Yom Kippur? Ashley Blaker has some suggestions for a new-look calendar
Is Trump right to cut off Palestinian cash?
Donald Trump has questioned US funding of UNRWA, the agency that supports millions of Palestinian refugees. Is he right?
Friday, January 5, 2018
Facebook hate page deletion is the least we can expect
The social media platform's removal of content dedicated to a disgusting antisemitic slur is long overdue
Thursday, January 4, 2018
My first semester as a Brit at Harvard
A Cambridge University classics graduate, who won a coveted scholarship to study in the US, describes her first experiences of the Ivy League college
Tamimi is no saint and has provoked the IDF before
The Palestinian teenager indicted after slapping Israeli soldiers in the West Bank is being encouraged by her family
Wednesday, January 3, 2018
Headlines, laughter and a real sense of belonging at Limmud
What with appearances by Jon Lansman and Jo Johnson, the five-day festival had more than enough to keep political correspondents busy
Thursday, December 28, 2017
Time to stop this assault on our Jewish schools
Ofsted's focus on the teaching of British values is denying us the right to teach Jewish values
Limmud: I’m happy to have joined
JC journalist Daniel Sugarman had never attended Limmud before - but the experience left him wanting more
Wednesday, December 27, 2017
A letter to Lorde from a devastated fan
Music is supposed to unite people, rather than divide them, writes a 15-year-old fan to the New Zealand singer
Monday, December 25, 2017
Robo-Ethics & Rabbis
Being Jewish during the robot apocalypse...
I love Israel, but I never go there
I made my last trip to the Holy Land 30 years ago — I haven’t been able to get back since, even though my wife is Israeli
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