Miliband puts faith in democracy
Foreign Secretary David Miliband has called on Israel “as a beacon of democracy” to help find a political solution to its conflict with Hamas.
Thursday, January 15, 2009
Rabbis' letter shows agony over conflict
Students resolve to fight campus antisemitism
UK threat to 'biased' UNHRC
Head's warning over WhatsApp group
Tears of joy as siblings meet for the ﬁrst time
Chief Rabbi holds vigil for attack victims
Rudd calls in web chiefs over hate videos
SOAS Palestinians fail to ban Israel lectures
Pensioner dies after crash
Charity’s founder is honoured by Queen
A 94-year-old London woman has been awarded a CBE for her services to charity.
Masked gang attack father with hammer
A young father was beaten with a hammer in front of his heavily pregnant wife in an armed robbery on their home.
Games off as players join rally
Wedding-ban couple say I do in safety
A familiar side-effect of the Gaza conflict has been its disruption of daily life — including celebrations.
Offensive billboards removed
Web racists convicted in historic trial
Two racists have been convicted of publishing racially inflammatory material in the first case brought by the Crown Prosecution Service involving the diffusion of race hate via the internet.
Prosor urges UK Jews to speak out
Thursday, January 8, 2009
Revelations, crossovers… and dance
Gongs of praise for those who made a difference
New JPR research fellow
A new research fellow is joining the Institute for Jewish Policy Research to head its investigation into Jewish child poverty in the UK.
Maccabiah defends funding stance
The mother of a teenager who was abruptly told that she had been thrown off the Maccabiah GB basketball squad said this week that she has still not heard from the organisation, despite promises of a meeting.
UK teens volunteer for the IDF
Death of tape-tied woman a mystery
A post-mortem examination has failed to determine the cause of death of a Jewish pensioner found dead in Stamford Hill
Cannabis farms thriving in the heart of the com...
An alarming rise in the number of so-called cannabis farms appearing in the heart of the North Manchester community has led to an unprecedented wave of drug use among young Jews.
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