Trekkers raise £100k
Thursday, December 11, 2008
Director clashes with Board over ‘censorship’ o...
Israeli envoy in Guardian row
UK threat to 'biased' UNHRC
UJIA chair threats to sue over resignation peti...
Church allows Star of David on Jewish WW2 hero's grave
False alarm over toy gun
Manager’s tirade sparks under-7s chaos
‘Holocaust musical’ closes after a month
Imagine This, the controversial West End musical set in the Warsaw Ghetto, will close on December 20, just one month after its official opening at the New London Theatre.
UK ﬁrms plan to up West Bank imports
Representatives of British supermarkets and Palestinian export companies are to meet next week in London for talks aimed at enabling large quantities of produce from the West Bank to be sold on UK high streets.
‘Dress down’ or risk being robbed, police tell ...
A wave of violent crime is hitting Jewish areas in London and Manchester.
Marcus Dysch And Jonathan Kalmus
Congregants flee after man breaks into shul
Congregants of a Satmar Chasidic synagogue fled last week after an intruder mounted the platform in front of the Ark and apparently began shouting in a foreign language.
UJIA caps cost of 2009 youth tours
British youth group tours to Israel next year will cost the same as this year.
Faith schools report attacked
A report calling for faith schools to stop selecting on the basis of pupils’ religion has been heavily criticised.
Next step Europe in lawyer’s BBC bias battle
A lawyer is considering the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) as his last legal option in a two-year campaign to force the BBC to publish its 2004 report investigating its Middle Eastern coverage.
Clarissa Sebag Montefiore
JC chairman stands down after ﬁve years
I still can’t walk, says bomb-blast victim
An Israeli paralysed by a suicide bomb has returned to the UK after his attempts to follow a treatment plan designed to make him walk again failed.
Champion of ‘just and open Judaism’ dies
A man has appeared at Newcastle magistrates’ court alongside a police officer who allegedly advertised herself on an escort website.
Online gene pool to help unlock the past
Millions of records from 14 countries were placed online this week as a result of a major link-up between two genealogical websites.
Peter Levy stands down as JC Chairman
Tuesday, December 9, 2008
Yakar-founder rabbi dies in Israel
Rabbi Mickey Rosen, who launched the alternative Jewish community centre, has died.
Monday, December 8, 2008
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