Moneyed machers with ambition
It's time to close the JLC says Geoffrey Alderman
Iran is deeply entrenched in Syria
Behnam Ben Taleblu
Who appointed these men to speak for me?
Anti-Israel students should be ashamed
Why can't London kosher dining be more civilised?
I love Israel, but I never go there
A publishing chapter ends
Our literary editor pays tribute to Ernest Hecht, whose death was announced today
The JLC must aspire to the highest standards
The JLC is taking decisive action to address the concerns which have been raised, says chief executive Simon Johnson
Modern antisemitism challenges our preconceptions
No Jewish student should leave an event on campus crying or being frightened. No student should think twice before entering a lecture.
JLC's failure to respond
The JLC cannot simply ignore the allegations made against its former CEO, writes Stephen Pollard
Why I have campaigned to limit faith schools
Rabbi Jonathan Romain is stepping down as chairman of the Accord Coalition but will remain involved in the organisation's campaign to stop faith schools becoming educational ghettoes
Rabbi Dr Jonathan Romain
Jenni Frazer wants a kosher restaurant with proper tablecloths and good service
Friday, February 9, 2018
The problem with the Polish legislation
Poland is misrepresenting the reality
Thursday, February 8, 2018
'It is easy to take things out of context'
Jeremy Newmark, the chair of the Jewish Labour Movement, responds to our reporter's questions
The long term damage is in the cover-up
I’m not exaggerating when I say that at least ten times a year someone has asked me when we are going to expose Mr Newmark's activities, writes JC Editor Stephen Pollard
Why we must back the new anti-extremism tsar
The attacks Sara Khan has faced so far unwittingly suggest the scale of the challenge which she will face
Thursday, February 1, 2018
CST antisemitism report: high levels are the norm now
The rise is not a temporary spike - we have been warned just how much antisemitism in the shape of basic thuggery, hate and racism is out there
‘Did I notice men were missing? Not really’
There was a real buzz about more than 600 women coming together to “experience Torah” through arts, music, dance and textual study, writes Amanda Lee
Wednesday, January 31, 2018
Chelsea’s bid to counter antisemitism in football deserves support
Antisemitic songs and racist chanting may not be as rife as when Simon Round went to his first football match, but there is still an undercurrent that needs to be tackled
Is it too much to ask that Parliament provides kosher food?
Other assemblies manage to meet the dining needs of Jewish and Muslim staff and representatives - why not Westminster?
Tuesday, January 30, 2018
UK Holocaust memorial needs a genocide prevention centre
A US-style genocide prevention centre should be added to the design
Monday, January 29, 2018
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