Bullied as a boy, now I own a bank
Joel Perlman grew up in crime-ridden Colombia, bullied by non-Jewish schoolmates and Jewish kids alike. But now he's a business success.
Artist finds King Herod's oil lamp at art fair.
Video shows car-ramming terror
Warning: video footage may distress some readers
Author Sarah Moss shortlisted for Wellcome Book Prize
Writer says 'The Tidal Zone', described as "stunning and different" by judges panel, partly deals with the "strangeness" of being half-Jewish
Concern over EU ruling on religious symbols
The European Union Court of Justice says a Belgian company that told an employee to remove her headscarf was not guilty of discrimination. It's a decision that has implications for all faiths
The letters that were never sent
A new exhibition at the Wiener Library tells the heart-breaking story of an artistic family through letters, sketches and photographs.
She said 'yes' after Wizo event marriage proposal
Extra special day as ﬁlm goes to shul
Antiques tell tales of horror
This Sunday's Holocaust Memorial Day edition of the Antiques Roadshow will not offer valuations on the treasures shown. Each item serves as a tangible reminder of the Holocaust.
The day the film cameras went to shul
Congregation and JC readers acted as extras for day of filming at the north-west London shul
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