Dentist is struck off
Thursday, October 30, 2008
priest’s shoah award
Jewellers robbed: 2 charged
Prosecute British IDF volunteers, says Baroness Warsi
Johnson decries ‘preposterous’ UNHCR
Labour chief at Yad Vashem
Ken Loach attacks bishop's block on Jackie Walker
Baroness Warsi claims she has been ostracised b...
UJIA hits a property slump
Ancestry group backs lecture by Mormon baptism-...
Britain's leading Jewish genealogical group defends its decision to invite a member of the Mormons to speak at its annual one-day conference last week.
Leon Symons And Anshel Pfeffer
Music couple face theft charge
JNF man ‘pays court £100,000’
Simon Winters pays an estimated £100,000 to the High Court in respect of his lost action against leading law firm Mishcon de Reya.
Holocaust-denier avoids extradition
Convicted Holocaust denier wins fight to avoid extradition to Germany where he would face more allegations of denial.
Charity watchdog to probe KKL wills advice
The Charity Commission is looking into a complaint against the JNF over the 'free advice' wills.
Concert marking the 70th anniversary of Kristallnacht was held in London on Tuesday.
Reform deny ‘making war’ on Orthodoxy
Head of the Reform movement stresses the recent statement on pluralism signed with the Liberals and Masorti was not a declaration of war on Orthodoxy.
Shul leader crushed by wife in car
Former synagogue president seriously injured when his wife accidentally reversed her car into him..
Marcus Dysch And Faga Speker
'Security' row over Munich tribute at 2012
Allegations that a proposed commemoration of the Munich Olympics massacre at the 2012 London Olympics was labelled "a security threat" are denied.
David Irving invited on Celebrity Big Brother
TV production company Endemol condemned this week for inviting Holocaust-denier David Irving to be in the next series.
Andrew Sachs is "trying to forget" the BBC prank
Actor Andrew Sachs tells the JC that he wants to forget the "prank" call by the BBC's Jonathan Ross and Russell Brand.
Golders Green attacker faces jail
An unemployed man faces jail after he was convicted of stabbing a Hatzola volunteer.
Tuesday, October 28, 2008
Sacks throws rabbis a credit crunch lifeline
Chief Rabbi plans a seminar next month to help rabbis deal with the impact of the credit crunch on congregants.
Friday, October 24, 2008
Battle on to restart Auschwitz trips
Talks begin to try to restart educational visits to Auschwitz for Scottish schools.
JNF’s Israeli charity: ‘conflicts of interest, ...
Edited extracts from a preliminary investigation carried out for the JNF Charitable Trust by a firm of forensic accountants, Smith & Williamson.
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