Thursday, November 27, 2008
A black family from South London who converted to Judaism spoke this week of their exasperation at being kept waiting more than a year to go on aliyah.
Family blasts ‘racist’ Israel over aliyah wait
Simon Rocker And Michael Levertov
Australians in bid to ban BNP leader
Dan Goldberg And Leon Symons
UK threat to 'biased' UNHRC
Church allows Star of David on Jewish WW2 hero's grave
Reform movement appoints its first welfare officer for mental health issues in young people
Chief Rabbi holds vigil for attack victims
Manager’s tirade sparks under-7s chaos
Foreign Office honours the spies who saved us
The heroic efforts of a group of British diplomats who helped thousands of Jews escape the Nazis in Germany and elsewhere in occupied Europe were finally officially recognised last week.
Muslim advocates on tour
Oxford student Jew jibe sparks anger
‘Apartheid wall’ splits LSE campus
Members of the LSE's Palestine Society have erected an 'apartheid wall' as a protest against Israel's barriers along the borders of the West Bank and Gaza.
Scottish U-turn over Holocaust trips for pupils
Mayor opens Stamford Hill Centre
Boris Johnson brought laughter and applause opening a new combined day centre and synagogue in Schonfeld Square.
Friday, November 21, 2008
Holocaust denier wins extradition fight
Dr Frederick Toben has won his fight against extradition to Germany for publishing material online "of an antisemitic and/or revisionist nature".
Prince Charles' "dream" of visiting Israel
Private coach for pupils as gangs attack school...
Parents of pupils at Britain's biggest Jewish school are to pay for private buses following a series of incidents on public transport.
Thursday, November 20, 2008
‘Generals row’ hits Peres visit
A diplomatic row is simmering behind this week's historic visit of President Shimon Peres.
Peres receives honorary knighthood from the Queen
Queen Elizabeth awarded an honorary knighthood this morning to President of Israel Shimon Peres.
President Peres' packed timetable for his Londo...
A British hero saved my father
Ex-Green on leaked BNP list
The Green Party said that a former parliamentary candidate whose name appeared on a British National Party contacts list is no longer a Green Party member.
Hare play is fair play, says theatre boss Hytner
The director of the National Theatre has defended a play which a leading rabbi has claimed "depicts Jews in a vile manner".
Bank governor bullish about Israel’s ‘solid’ ec...
The governor of the Bank of Israel, Stanley Fischer, has described the state of Israel's financial institutions, including its banks, as "so far, solid and well capitalised".
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