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Orthodox synagogue matchmaking; case studies

We spoke to two couples who found happiness in very different ways

Keren David

Daniel Sugarman

Tue, 16:29

Orthodox synagogue matchmaking; case studies
  • Inspire co-director and co-founder, Sara Khan, receives the Social & Humanitarian award at the Asian Women of Achievement Awards at London Hilton on Park Lane, central London.
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    Interview: Sara Khan

    “In some quarters of Muslim communities there is a normalisation of antisemitism. It is toxic.” says the anti-extremism campaigner

    Jennifer Lipman

    Thursday, July 6, 2017

    Interview: Sara Khan
  • Camden council leader Georgia Gould speaks to a residentfrom an evacuated tower on the Chalcots Estate in north London on June 25, 2017 about his re-housing concerns.
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    Profile: Georgia Gould

    The Grenfell fire is a first, dramatic test for the leadership of Camden councillor Georgia Gould

    Robert Philpot

    Friday, June 30, 2017

    Profile: Georgia Gould
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    Not always a happy match

    Robert Philpot, author of a new book about the Iron Lady, recalls Mrs Thatcher's relationship with her Finchley constituents

    Robert Philpot

    Thursday, June 22, 2017

    Not always a happy match
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    The war killed off hopes for a state

    The war broke a fragile, though imposed, partition as the way to solve the ongoing conflict between Israeli Jews and Palestinian Arabs

    Daoud Kuttab

    Tuesday, June 20, 2017

    The war killed off hopes for a state
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    On a mission to save our children

    “My children think I am too busy and would like me to calm down. I love the idea but I find it hard putting it into practice.”

    Rosa Doherty

    Thursday, June 8, 2017

    On a mission to save our children
  • ISRAEL. The Six Day War. 1967. Sinai, destroyed Egyptian tank with portrait of Abdul NASSER.
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    A humiliated Arab 
world turns to Islamism

    After the Six Day War Pan-Arabism’s decline created a vacuum that was filled by Islamists — Muslims who advocate an Islamic state governed by Islamic law.

    Michael Sharnoff

    Tuesday, June 6, 2017

    A humiliated Arab 
world turns to Islamism
  • British politician (Labour) Aneurin Bevan. Portrait by photographer Fred Stein (1909-1967) who emigrated 1933 from Nazi Germany to France and finally to the USA.
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    How the left saw the Six Day War

    Wolf Mankowitz,called the approach of the Czechoslovak Communists towards Israel “a curious and repulsive psychopathology”.

    Colin Shindler

    Monday, June 5, 2017

    How the left saw the Six Day War