Women back protest over Congo atrocities
Ex-Bevis Marks rabbi resumes usury fight
Ecstasy as safe as riding?
Company apologises over Halloween ‘Anne Frank costume’
Andrew Neil: left's antisemitism a 'dangerous trend'
Neo-Nazi activist reveals he has Jewish roots
UK Jewish police and security groups unite to tackle antisemitism
Keir Starmer reassures community
Limmud to be biggest-ever
Academic regrets Israel lobby quotes
Caryl Churchill to lead Palestinian carols at B...
Board bid to engage Israeli-Arabs
Israel critics pledge their backing for Goldstone
Ex-envoy was 'antisemitic' on Iraq
MP Andrew Dismore fights back over expenses
Maccabi referee was 'unlawfully killed;'
Conservatives urge ban of Islamic extremist group
Plymouth synagogue sells silver for £175,000
Peerage for Muslim Council of Britain head?
Rabbi cleared of supplying cocaine faces rehab
The rabbi on trial for supplying cocaine at a lavish party for rich doctors, businessmen and prostitutes has been cleared.
BMI suspends Tel Aviv flights
Rabbi cleared of supplying cocaine
Rabbi Baruch Chalomish has been found not guilty by a Manchester Crown Court jury on two counts of intent to supply drugs
Avram Grant frontrunner for Portsmouth manager
Jury out on 'cocaine and sex' rabbi
The jury remains out after nearly five hours of deliberating whether Rabbi Baruch Chalomish and Nasir Abbas were running cocaine parties.
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