Ken comments not antisemitic, say supporters
Defenders of former London Mayor claim party’s new disciplinary proceedings against him demonstrate a “contempt for democracy”
Thursday, April 13, 2017
Fraudsters' appeal bid rejected
NUS candidate apologises
Corbyn attended ceremony honouring Munich terrorist
Jewish family pelted with stones in Kent
Rabbis at odds in dispute over gay love
Tory candidate accused of ignoring dying man's plea
Israel-bound passengers in flight chaos
University to host Israel boycott conference
Pro-boycott organisers behind event at Trinity College Dublin say it will not 'debate the pros and cons' of BDS
Monday, April 10, 2017
Community pays tribute to Sharon Berger
Grandmother, whose campaign led to huge rise in bone-marrow donors, loses battle against cancer
Police ask Twitter for name of Unite election candidate abuser
Gerard Coyne was targeted with antisemitic hate on Twitter from an alleged Len McCluskey backer after his interview with The JC - now police seek to find out the real name of his abuser
May's Pesach warning about Jew-hate
"Without its Jewish community, Britain would not be Britain," the Prime Minister said in her annual message.
Tweet calls pro-Israel MPs a 'problem'
Concern over social media post which claimed Labour MPs supporting Israel were “part of the problem”
Sunday, April 9, 2017
Sharon Berger loses fight against cancer
In July 2016 Mrs Berger received the devastating news her cancer had returned after a routine blood test and started several weeks of chemotherapy. She succumbed to the illness this weekend.
Conservative resigns over 'Jewish agent' tweet
Party says there is no room for such views
Friday, April 7, 2017
Students celebrate success at UJS’s flagship awards night
JSocs and individual students from around the UK received recognition for their achievements at the annual event.
UJIA funds Israeli start-ups
The charity hopes it will attract younger donors who want to see the impact their money has on the ground
1,000 JLM supporters attack Ken decision
Registering their “disgust and frustration” at the outcome of this week’s disciplinary hearing into Mr Livingstone’s conduct, they said "enough is enough".
£180,000 raised for East Africa
Money donated buys food, water and essential medical supplies for famine victims
Thursday, April 6, 2017
Appeal for witnesses over shul egging
Occupants of car said to have thrown eggs at synagogue in Golders Green
Was Jack the Ripper really a hate-spreading antisemite?
The author of a new book claims the killer was George Hutchinson, a local labourer, and that his motive was to mislead the public by framing the murders as “Jewish ritual killings”.
Our day trip to a living nightmare
“It is really important you don’t walk around the camp on your own if you are a woman,” warns Clare Moseley,
A night to ask diﬃcult questions
Leaders from the Catholic, Muslim, and Anglican faiths were invited to the home of Rabbi Laura Janner-Klausner to learn about Passover
Brexit could leave Jews of Gibraltar on rocky ground
Sarah Sackman, a Labour candidate in the 2015 general election, criticised what she called unwelcome “sabre-rattling on all sides” of the negotiations.
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