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Two floats at a Mardi Gras carnival in Dusseldorf this week showed the Pope shaking hands with Williamson
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Shoah-denying bishop barred from preaching in UK

Richard Williamson, the maverick bishop who has denied the Holocaust, cannot officiate in Catholic churches in Britain, its representatives stressed, following his return here from Argentina on Wednesday.

Simon Rocker

Thursday, February 26, 2009

Shoah-denying bishop barred from preaching in UK
  • Atzmona, whose residents went to the Negev kibbutz Shomriya, which expected JNF UK support
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    No answers to questions on JNF funds

    A row has broken out between JNF UK, some of its donors and a charity in Israel, over $1 million (£687,778) in donations.

    Leon Symons

    Thursday, February 26, 2009

    No answers to questions on JNF funds
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    Board reaches out to repair faith relations

    An Islamic community centre will host a major Jewish exhibition as interfaith groups attempt to repair relations in the aftermath of the Gaza conflict.

    Marcus Dysch

    Thursday, February 26, 2009

    Board reaches out to repair faith relations
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    Anxiety over £950 nursery top-up fees

    A local council is looking into concerns raised by parents over the fees being charged by a Jewish nursery.

    Simon Rocker

    Thursday, February 26, 2009

    Anxiety over £950 nursery top-up fees
  • Jack and Anita Reuben
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    Family agony as driver avoids jail

    The family of a pensioner who was killed after being hit by a van have spoken of their anguish after the driver avoided a jail term.

    Marcus Dysch

    Thursday, February 26, 2009

    Family agony as driver avoids jail
  • Joe Friedman signs a Boobela book for Eve and Leo Datnow.
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    Friedman and Oz set Book Week alight

    V Israel’s best-known novelist, Amos Oz, this week declared himself to be “very angry” with the Israeli government over its Gaza incursion, and insisted that the operation should have been restricted to just 48 hours. It had been, he said, “very cruel”, and had resulted in “unjustified loss of life” among the civilian population.

    Marcus Dysch

    Thursday, February 26, 2009

    Friedman and Oz set Book Week alight