Holocaust survivor holograms on show at V&A interactive exhibition
Groundbreaking initiative – seen in London for first time – will preserve testimony for generations
Monday, August 14, 2017
Cohen appears in court
Child abuse victim to make film
Family raise funds in memory of their lost boy
Swastika daubed outside Jewish homes in London
Tension and concern as Islamic centre moves in
Andrew Neil: left's antisemitism a 'dangerous trend'
Company apologises over Halloween ‘Anne Frank costume’
Man charged over murder
Joshua Cohen, 27, will appear in court today
MP calls on Government to ban Hezbollah flags
Currently people are able to display the Hezbollah flag and claim that they are showing solidarity with the political wing of the organisation.
Sunday, August 13, 2017
Missionary who saved Jews to be honoured
Ms Haining was arrested by the Nazis in 1944 and charged with working with Jews and taken to Auschwitz-Birkenau, where she died aged 47.
Man arrested after two found dead in Golders Green
Joshua Cohen is believed to be the son of the founder of Beigel Bake in Brick Lane, east London.
Saturday, August 12, 2017
Board anger at Scottish council
Concern at social media messages posted by individual group members
Friday, August 11, 2017
Petition calls on BBC to pull Canvey chasidic documentary
Residents fear film will misrepresent them as racists
Bin it! Council urge Charedim to recycle food waste
The Jewish Community Council said recycling was so low because the bins provided by Hackney were too small.
Shechita UK welcomes Gove CCTV slaughterhouse plan
Relief at MPs’ proposal that cameras be installed only in abattoirs producing kosher and halal meat is ignored
Daughter wants shul fees back over missing rabbi
Percy Kay was a member of the synagogue for 20 years. His daughter wants the money back to give to a cancer research charity after no rabbi showed up to officiate his shivah
How to make your marriage work
Marc and Zoë Hartog shared their thoughts on a successful partnership as part of a Channel 4 documentary
The cop who took down neo-Nazi shul arsonists
Bert Wickstead hunted down the fascists responsible for a string of attempted shul burnings in the sixties
Thursday, August 10, 2017
NUS mending relations with Jewish students
National Union of Students and Union of Jewish Students representatives have 'productive' meeting
Pensioner, 93, fears losing home
Sophie Spielman, 93, says she will not leave her flat in Treves House, in Whitechapel, east London.
Roy Keane 'considered for Israel job'
The former Manchester United captain has been the Republic of Ireland assistant manager since 2013
Study highlights stigma around mental illness
Report finds that women felt isolated and rejected, and their chances of finding a marriage partner were reduced.
Wednesday, August 9, 2017
Nazi "Diana" meeting cancelled on police advice
Previous gatherings by secretive group had seen the sharing of antisemitic conspiracy theories
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