For a second time the Press Complaints Commission (PCC) has ruled in favour of the Jewish Chronicle in relation to complaints made against the paper by Londoner Edward Saleh.
Mr Saleh complained about the JC's coverage of his refusal to give his wife, Miriam, a get, or religious divorce.
He complained to the PCC, which found against him.
He then complained again, this time about the JC's coverage of the PCC's ruling.
This week the PCC declared that there had been no breach of the Press Code by the Jewish Chronicle.