Jewish faith leaders attend vigil as fear grips community
"We are living in scary times. Outside the school today there were CST. It is scary for us and our children"
Wednesday, May 24, 2017
CST issues advice for Jewish community
Church’s tougher line on Hamas welcomed
Tuesday, May 23, 2017
Board: Hopkins should apologise over Holocaust denier photo
'I am not an antisemite'
Panel: Dweck can remain as leader
Fears for MPs as hard-left take over
Loach promises Israeli profits will go to BDS
Manchester attack: 'I feared the worst,' says father
Daughter escaped blast only because she was told to take a different exit from the arena
Manchester - 'Silent sobs and stunned expressions'
A rabbi who has been a hospital chaplain for 18 years describes how he helped console victims and their families in the hours after the Manchester Arena terror attack
Messages for Manchester pour in from around the world
Official bodies, celebrities and politicians take to Twitter to express their sympathy for those affected
Rabbi brings tea to police after attack
Rabbi Shneur Cohen, of Chabad Manchester City Centre, and his colleagues gave out hot drinks and food to officers standing guard outside the arena.
Hopkins reported to police over 'final solution' tweet
Controversial broadcaster's comment on Manchester terror attack recalled Nazi plan for the Holocaust
Appeal for "calm and vigilance" after Manchester Arena explosion
Twenty-two people killed - including children - in terrorist attack by lone suicide bomber
Jewish students urged to vote after Labour tuition fee pledge
In its manifesto Labour announced it would abolish university tuition fees, which are due to rise to £9,250 a year in the autumn
Monday, May 22, 2017
Gina Miller: Negative press changed my life forever
The entrepreneur and philanthropist spoke at a packed World Jewish Relief lunch last week
Candidates debate Israel and antisemitism
The Conservative and Labour candidates agreed on the need for a two state solution and combating BDS, but disagreed on pretty much everything else
CST criticises Facebook’s hate speech policy
Hundreds of thousands view Holocaust denial talk
Lecture is huge online hit for historian whose legal battle against David Irving was turned into a movie
Ukip man's 'Nazi Jews' jibe
Wiltshire North candidate made offensive remarks about Israelis.
Sunday, May 21, 2017
Fraudsters target holidaymakers with fake website
Travel agent issues warning to customers
Friday, May 19, 2017
Tax credit cap will hit Charedi families
A change in the law places an unexpectedly heavy burden on larger families
March through Jerusalem Muslim Quarter criticised
Delegation of British Jews has no plans to take part
Muslim builds bridges by teaching at London cheder
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