The truth about super Sid
Sid O'Linn, who died last month, was a top-flight footballer and cricketer. But few knew that he was also the son of a kosher butcher
Friday, January 13, 2017
Anti-stalking campaigner Claire Waxman responds to Commons vote
Teenager who threw gas canisters at Jews to be sentenced
Thursday, January 12, 2017
Malia Bouattia loses NUS presidential election
JFS shocked at sudden death of sixth-former
David Ward sacked by Lib Dems
Soas director urged to call off campus visit by Israeli ambassador
Ward comments "antisemitic," says Farron
UK urged to rethink spending on schools that teach hate
Scenes of young Palestinians celebrating Sundays terror attack in Jerusalem have prompted calls for Britain to review its funding of West Bank and Gaza schools that teach hatred of Jews and Israelis.
Legal threat over Al-Jazeera undercover reporter
Anger over secret filming of visibly distressed Jewish activist Ella Rose for documentary claiming to expose Israeli influence in British politics
Embassy row over secret ﬁlm
Five authors shortlisted for JQ-Wingate Prize
Howard Jacobson and Rose Tremain miss out as Holocaust-themed works dominate among contenders for prestigious literary award
Arkush meets minister over UN vote concerns
Mr Ellwood had extended the invitation to meet Mr Arkush after the Board president expressed his “deep disappointment” in the wake of the UN vote
Wednesday, January 11, 2017
Clare Hollingworth dies at 105
Clare Hollingworth served as a war correspondent for over four decades, but her greatest achievement came just prior to the beginning of her career in journalism.
Zygmunt Bauman dies at 91
Tuesday, January 10, 2017
Troll who sent death threats to Jewish MP admits new offences
John Nimmo to be sentenced for new offences at Newcastle Crown Court on February 10th
School bomb threats 'linked' to terror anniversary
Police are currently investigating whether UK threats are linked to a rash of hoax bomb phone calls made to Jewish community centres in the US
Journalist fired for glorifying terrorism against Israel
Antisemitic game removed by YouTube
YouTube has removed game footage described as "deeply offensive", which includes Jewish characters being put in an oven or shot.
Monday, January 9, 2017
Antisemitic video game available via YouTube
CST says it will attempt to get "deeply offensive" footage, which includes Jewish characters being put in an oven or shot, removed.
Jewish schools on alert after bomb threats
Non-Jewish schools also threatened as police conduct searches before declaring all sites "safe and secure"
Protest against UN resolution on Israel
Jonathan Arkush, president of the Board of Deputies, tells rally that the resolution is a "disgrace" and attacks UK government for backing it
Sunday, January 8, 2017
Israeli ambassador apologises over aide's comment on Sir Alan Duncan
Embassy staff member was secretly filmed saying Sir Alan Duncan was causing Israel 'a lot of problems'
TV Channel fined for antisemitic comment
Friday, January 6, 2017
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