Choosing an Israeli jail over life in Rwanda
Asylum seekers announce a hunger strike as the first refugees who refuse deportation are arrested
Israel 1948, explained
Wizo UK: Educating Israel's future
Friday, February 16, 2018
Why Israel is not an apartheid state
Israel's changing proxy war with Iran
The Syrian civil war is far from over. Now is when neighbours could be sucked in
Thursday, February 15, 2018
The Knesset - explained.
Just how does the Israeli Parliament work? Nathan Jeffay explains....
Wednesday, February 14, 2018
The photographer who helped rescue Anne Frank’s house
Maria Austria meticulously documented Anne Frank’s house in 1954
Friday, February 9, 2018
Heritage scheme to save shuls
Historian Simon Schama and broadcaster Natasha Kaplinsky addressed the formal launch of the Historic Synagogues of Europe project in the Speaker’s Rooms in Parliament
A man of power and ambition
Simon Rocker profiles the man at the centre of the JLC audit controversy
Thursday, February 8, 2018
Who’s who? The key players
Your essential guide to the Jeremy Newmark story
The children's champion
Her father's plight as a child refugee from Nazi Germany inspired Carolyn Hamilton's career fighting for children's rights worldwide. Jennifer Lipman met her.
Interview: Jonathan Arkush
Jonathan Arkush tells Simon Rocker why he has decided not to stand for a second term as Board of Deputies president
Thursday, February 1, 2018
BOD president: The potential candidates
The president of the Board of Deputies took many members by surprise when he announced he was stepping down last Friday. Who could replace him? Read on...
Gaza: what next?
"It’s certainly the most metropolitan and sophisticated of Palestinian cities” says Donald Macintyre of Gaza City, subject of his new book. Jenni Frazer asked him why he chose to write it
The librarian of Auschwitz
At just 13 Dita Kraus was sent to Auschwitz, where a collection of tattered books saved her life. Nadine Wojakovski hears her account of survival against the odds
Friday, January 26, 2018
Taking the message to the regions
Marc Levy is the JLC’s man in the North-West, while Miki Vyse has responsibility for Yorkshire and the East Coast.
How Jewish women helped win the vote
To mark 100 years of votes for women in the UK, a look back at the role Jewish women played in bringing about the enormous change
The myth of Jewish power
Beyond Balfour: Where did Western leaders get the notion that Jewry wields global influence?
Thursday, January 25, 2018
Heroes are honoured for keeping Jews safe
The Chief Rabbi and the Archbishop of Canterbury attended an event at the Foreign Office commemorating British heroes of the Holocaust
Israel briefing for student journalists
Emma Jacobs reports on an Israel tour with a difference
Wednesday, January 24, 2018
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