UCL is second university to cancel Apartheid Week event
Authorities say Palestine Society failed to follow "proper process" in arranging discussion to highlight "racial tension in Israel"
Thursday, February 23, 2017
Israel Apartheid Week events cause turmoil in UK universities
Lee Harpin and Rosa Doherty
Ex-student claims university gives 'free rein' to extremism
Wednesday, February 22, 2017
Schools warn over lethal online game
Child sex abuser jailed for 22 years
Armed police eject Israel supporters from meeting
JFS shocked at sudden death of sixth-former
Row over bid to bar Jews from meeting
YouTube daredevil is former King Solomon pupil
19-year-old Harry Gallagher exposed as member of 'Night Scape' free climbing collective
Israel’s Open University launches British group
Chief Rabbi recuperating after minor operation
Rabbi Mirvis has had to pull out of several community events while he recovers.
Fears for British man missing in South Africa
David Ezekiel's family has launched a desperate social media campaign to find him, after he disappeared a week ago.
Palestine activists ‘antisemitic’ says report
In one instance, researcher David Collier found PSC supporters claiming Israel was harvesting Palestinian organs and that Mossad had attacked Paris.
University cancels Israel Apartheid Week event
A University of Central Lancashire spokesperson said: “The UK government has formally adopted the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance’s new definition of what constitutes antisemitism."
Tuesday, February 21, 2017
Jewish couple lose civil partnership bid
Mandelson is 'working daily' to bring down Corbyn
The former Cabinet minister accuses the Labour leader of living "in a parallel universe" with no idea of how to conduct himself as head of the party
Monday, February 20, 2017
Chief’s concern over government U-turn on refugees
The JC understands Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis’s office has been in contact with the Home Secretary Amber Rudd to express concern over the decision.
Christie's to auction late Lord Weidenfeld's art collection
Peer owned important old masters and 20th-century works valued at over £1.4 million
Deputies' leader's daughter victim of antisemitic abuse
Sunday, February 19, 2017
Call for NUS leader to apologise
Malia Bouattia made comments which could ' be reasonably capable of being interpreted as antisemitic'
Hollywood production sparks Shabbat chaos
The filming of an adaptation of the novel Disobedience, about a lesbian romance at the heart of the Jewish community, has led to a series of complaints
Friday, February 17, 2017
Man convicted in 'fake toy' plot
Lord Dubs launches refugee fund after government U-turn
Thursday, February 16, 2017
Domestic abuse cases reach ‘epidemic’ level
Naomi Dickson, JWA chief executive, said: “I think domestic violence has always been a problem for our community despite people not believing it happens here”
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