The bigotry expressed is disturbing
15 is the magic number (if you’re a man)
Schools should offer the same opportunities to girls and boys
No place for bigotry over Golders Green mosque
Shame on the Hippodrome protestors
The quality gap between Iran and America’s leaders
Trump and Netanyahu have misread and misunderstood the ability of their Iranian opposite number
Islamophobia is a dead end and self-defeating
Where are the young women?
Monica Porter thinks the younger generation could learn a lot from WIZO stalwarts.
Is there a place for left-wing Jews in Israel?
Our voices are an essential contribution to Israeli political discourse, and our opportunities to raise them with love and honesty should not be stopped, writes one student.
The real story here is bigotry
Mosque opponents – mind your language
The rhetoric from some of the critics of the planned Shia centre is Islamophobic, plain and simple, says Laura Marks
Wednesday, October 11, 2017
Let's not let Margate die
Is the decline of Margate's Jewish community inevitable? Not at all, says Keren David
Tuesday, October 3, 2017
I'm joining Reform but not taking sides
Elana Sztokman was a leading Orthodox feminist, but now she's training as a Reform rabbi. It's all about compassion, she explains.
Why my antisemitism antenna keeps twitching
Why does Israel-bashing arouse unique passions in the Labour Party?
Monday, October 2, 2017
Labour rule change was a decisive victory
The party now has a toolkit that removes the excuses previously deployed to explain lack of action against antisemitism
Thursday, September 28, 2017
You can't judge a Jew by how often they go to shul
Regular attenders at synagogue sometimes look down on those who only show up for the High Holy Days. They're wrong, says Daniel Sugarman.
Oslo optimism is now well and truly dead
A week in Jerusalem brought added poignancy
Wednesday, September 27, 2017
Uber ban: about safety or progress?
Writer Stephen Pollard and cab driver Steve Kenton disagree about the ban on Uber in London
Loach, Livingstone and the Holocaust
Why do the likes of Kens Loach and Livingstone go out of their way to portray Jews as Nazi collaborators?
I am a secular Jew
Dr Daniel Susskind will be going to shul this Rosh Hashanah, but, he argues, as Jews, we are bound together by far more than faith alone.
Wednesday, September 20, 2017
My Rosh Hashanah message
This time of renewal and remembrance for members of the Jewish faith is an important time for all of us to remember that great contribution this community has made to our nation
Sir Patrick McLoughlin
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