Royal for kinder dinner
Prince Charles will be the guest of honour at a special kindertransport reunion next month.
Friday, October 17, 2008
Lunch of a Jewish organisation dedicated to isolating Israel in the international community has been criticised by Zionist groups
Anti-Zionists launch new group
Birth stats hampered because not all mohelim (circumcisers) are providing figures for brits performed each year.
Reluctant mohels skew birth figures
UK threat to 'biased' UNHRC
Head's warning over WhatsApp group
Church allows Star of David on Jewish WW2 hero's grave
Tears of joy as siblings meet for the ﬁrst time
Chief Rabbi holds vigil for attack victims
Judge: I found Winters’ evidence sometimes demo...
Extracts from the Judgement given in the High Court by Mr Justice Henderson
Church leader may sue over City ‘slur’
A senior Church of England figure takes legal advice over claim that he was suggested the financial world should be "de-Judified".
Police attack ‘vigilante’ security plan
Police condemn a New York-style private security force in Britain's most Orthodox borough.
Tony Blair reaches out to ‘Jewish values’ at Su...
The former prime minister lauds the work done by Jewish organisations.
Winters failed to tell truth in court
Ex-JNF chief loses claim against lawyers
Two deny drugs claims
Thursday, October 16, 2008
New Editor for the JC
Stephen Pollard has been appointed as the new editor of the Jewish Chronicle.
Financial crisis? That will be the Jews’ fault
A wave of antisemitic online comments blames Jewish financiers for the global credit crunch.
Friday, October 10, 2008
Sketch: The PM as ‘mensch’
Brown's long-dormant oratory skills galvanised his UJIA audience at London's Hilton Hotel on Monday night.
Bergen-Belsen liberator dies at 95
Reverend Leslie Hardman - the Army chaplain who participated in the liberation of Bergen-Belsen died aged 95.
Eastenders go west for a shul wedding
A North-West London synagogue became a temporary EastEnders set this week.
Nazi map sale enrages dealer
Auctioneer defends the sale of a map drawn by Hitler's personal physician and signed by four Nazi officers.
Beth Din set to hear mikveh pleas
London Beth Din agrees to hear a dispute into the building of a mikveh in Cambridge which has split the charity's trustees set up to support it.
MP backs denier’s ‘right to free speech’
Lib Dem Chris Huhne defends the right of Holocaust-denier Toben to make antisemitic comments and deny the Holocaust.
Teenagers to face trial
New team starts work on schools
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