Jewish children's experience of WW1
Thursday, February 9, 2017
Government drops pledge to aid 3,000 child refugees
Wednesday, February 8, 2017
Al Jazeera screened expose receives second complaint
Schools warn over lethal online game
JFS shocked at sudden death of sixth-former
Row over bid to bar Jews from meeting
Jewish Labour candidate for Hendon?
Ambassador greeted by protests at Soas
Bacon left near mezuzah is possible hate crime, say police
Specialist officers investigate incidents which include alleged Hitler salute
Home Office confirms Iraqi Jews can stay in UK
Joy as Jewish Iraqi family are granted asylum in UK
Rothschild on Balfour ‘miracle’
The fourth Baron Rothschild spoke to Daniel Taub, the former Israeli ambassador to the UK, about
Spurs fans tram antisemitism probe launched by police
Photographs of two men police wish to interview have been released after Spurs fans were subjected to antisemitic chants on a Manchester tram
Conference questioning Israel's right to exist will go ahead
Controversial gathering, dubbed an "Israel hate-fest", to be hosted by University College Cork, in Ireland, at an "off-campus" location
Jewish charity urges PM not to leave ECHR
Pro-Palestinian speakers brand Israel 'racist'
Board of Deputies president condemns 'discredited, nasty and hateful' speeches at anti-Israel demonstration in Whitehall
Tuesday, February 7, 2017
Former Labour candidate's antisemitic tweets
A 2015 Labour parliamentary candidate shared an antisemitic trope via Twitter today, and seems incapable of seeing what's wrong with it.
Holocaust survivor Chaim Ferster dies at 94
When the Nazis invaded Poland, Mr Ferster was forced from his home in the city of Sosnowic and sent to camps including Buchenwald and Auschwitz, where he suffered malnutrition and typhus.
Two arrested over ‘false imprisonment’ of traffic warden
Two men have been arrested on suspicion of affray, actual bodily harm and false imprisonment following the incident last month in Hackney, north-east London.
Monday, February 6, 2017
How friendship saved me from cancer
A survey by Macmillan Cancer Support reveals 43 per cent of cancer sufferers could not have got through their experience without the support of their friends.
Russell Square knifeman pleads guilty to mansla...
Wounded victims, including an Israeli girl, recovering well, court hears.
Iran 'threatens the world' Netanyahu tells May
Mrs May said that she was willing to discuss Iran – but was also keen to talk about trading links after Brexit.
Netanyahu and May meet for first time
Flying visit to the UK expected to place Iran at the top of the agenda
Artist creates magazine to give homeless a voice
Friday, February 3, 2017
Anger as Tonge blames Israel for antisemitism
Peer says "actions of Israeli government" have contributed to increase and accuses Community Security Trust of displaying a "perpetual victim mentality"
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