Tony Greenstein expelled by Labour
His case was one of the most high-profile to go before Labour’s national constitutional committee (NCC) since the party pledged to do more to tackle antisemitism within the party.
Board criticised for silence on Israel’s migrant deportation
UOHC criticised over creationism warning
New Kosher restaurant to open in the City of London
More rabbis oppose JW3 LGBT events
Labour activist wins High Court injunction
Austrian Shoah project builds bridges in UK
Since 1992 the Austrian Holocaust Memorial Service (AHMS) has sent hundreds of young people to work in Jewish institutions around the world
Zest, which has operated the restaurant at the JW3 community centre since 2013, said its new venture will open on Tuesday.
Friday, February 16, 2018
Jewish student says she does not feel safe at university
Jewish students jeered and photographed as central London university body votes to back boycott movement
Three more leading Charedi rabbis have declared their intention to boycott the JW3 centre in London because of its activities supporting LGBT Jews.
Campaign to fix Berlin Wall graffiti
Paint over Prejudice, an initiative organised by the FZY, hopes to restore a vandalised Jewish memorial
Chabad’s gone to Iceland
Reykjavik, the last European capital city without a synagogue, is to gain its first rabbi.
Corbyn interviewer's antisemitic tweets
Mr Vujanic is sorry for his tweets about Hitler and Jews. He wrote: “Hitler was playing the Jew challenge game. Jew goals are my speciality."
Michael Frank wins JQ Wingate literary prize
His winning book was described as 'a dazzlingly vivid portrait of an eccentric Los Angeles family'
Thursday, February 15, 2018
Kyra on the road to recovery
The Warrells, who are not Jewish, said they were also overwhelmed by the kindness of the Israeli public.
Row after Israeli hummus pulled from university
The University of Manchester has denied claims by BDS activists that their campaign was responsible for the change
Oxfam sex scandal man worked for WJR
The Jewish charity has stressed that they were not informed by Oxfam of any allegations of misconduct
Publisher Ernest Hecht dies, aged 88
He came to England in 1939 on the Kindertransport and established Souvenir Press in 1951 in his parents’ flat
Wednesday, February 14, 2018
Yavneh College student Mia Rozelaar releases single
“Amy Winehouse really inspires me. I think her music and her lyrics are everything I aspire to be like.”
JLC announces independent review of Newmark case
Writing in the JC, the chief executive said the JLC owed the community “nothing less” than to work with the advisers “to get this right”.
MPs learn about contemporary antisemitism
The rise of antisemitism in Britain was branded "alarming" MPs after a visit to Jewish community groups in London
Jewish aid groups launch joint global appeal to help Rohingya Muslims
Hundreds of thousands of Rohingya Muslims have been forced to flee from their homes in Myanmar
Tuesday, February 13, 2018
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