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Nazi leader Adolf Eichmann on trial in 1961. He was executed in 1962.
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Is death ever the proper penalty?

As Israel moves closer to sentencing terrorists to death, Daniel Sugarman thinks it's a bad idea

Daniel Sugarman

09:09

Is death ever the proper penalty?
  • Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi meets Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at the Air Force Station in New Delhi
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    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

    Thursday, January 18, 2018

    A relationship inspired by our communities in the UK
  • Senior coroner Mary Hassell
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    Asking for quick burials is not queue-jumping

    Jews are not asking the senior coroner for preferential treatment - they want the same service to be offered to everyone who needs it

    Daniel Sugarman

    Tuesday, January 16, 2018

    Asking for quick burials is not queue-jumping
  • Ashley Blaker (centre) on stage with Chief Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis (right)
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    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

    Ashley Blaker

    Thursday, January 11, 2018

    Let's reshuffle our calendar, Chief Rabbi
  • Palestinians protest against the United States for its decision to recognise Jerusalem as Israel’s capital
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    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?

    Stephen Pollard

    Daoud Kuttab

    Friday, January 5, 2018

    Is Trump right to cut off Palestinian cash?
  • Stephanie Posner in Boston outside the Harvard Club for university alumni
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    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

    Stephanie Posner

    Thursday, January 4, 2018

    My first semester as a Brit at Harvard
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    Limmud: I’m happy to have joined

    JC journalist Daniel Sugarman had never attended Limmud before - but the experience left him wanting more

    Daniel Sugarman

    Wednesday, December 27, 2017

    Limmud: I’m happy to have joined
  • Moscow, Russia - May 10, 2013: El Al Boeing 747 takes off Domodedovo International Airport.
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    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

    Nick Freeman

    Monday, December 25, 2017

    I love Israel, but I never go there