Kristallnacht menorah is restored - after 70 years
Last month, Emmy Golding was reunited with a menorah which had been salvaged from the Kommern synagogue destroyed by the Nazis.
Thursday, January 22, 2009
Coffin opened as graveyard plot thickens
A meeting held this week to ratify the latest National Union of Students’ governance and reform structures was disrupted by a sit-in from 20 members of the student National Executive Council as a protest against Israel’s military actions in Gaza.
NUS sit-in disrupts congress
Schools warn over lethal online game
Row over bid to bar Jews from meeting
Armed police eject Israel supporters from meeting
JFS shocked at sudden death of sixth-former
Child sex abuser jailed for 22 years
Students fear for safety as rallies grow
The fallout from the Gaza conflict has been felt at universities around the country as Jewish students returned to their campuses.
Marcus Dysch And Simon Friend
Schools top the tables for value
Three Jewish secondary schools have been placed among England’s top five per cent of mainstream state schools, ranked according to academic progress made by pupils 11-16.
Death of Glasgow Zionist
Community loses its Liberal voice
Pro-Israel demo outside Iranian embassy
Up to 500 people demonstrated outside the Iranian embassy in Kensington, west London, last night (Thursday).
Friday, January 16, 2009
Muslims condemn attacks on Jews
A group of Muslim activists has issued an open letter condemning antisemitic attacks in response to the Gaza crisis.
Thursday, January 15, 2009
Worst wave of hate for quarter of a century
Gaza war being used as an excuse for racism, says CST
Leon Symons Simon Rocker And Jonny Paul
Rally message is 'Yes to peace'
Thousands of Israel supporters turn out in London and Manchester
Email hoaxers fail to disrupt
A hoax email which threatened to wreck Sunday’s Trafalgar Square rally is being investigated by police.
Charedi housing scheme launched
The dire housing problems of Britain’s Charedi community could be solved by an innovative scheme that is being studied closely by both national and local government.
Survivors and Holocaust projects get cash injec...
More space for worship advised
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.
Rabbis' letter shows agony over conflict
Students resolve to fight campus antisemitism
SOAS Palestinians fail to ban Israel lectures
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