Outrage as SOAS invites Hizbollah-linked speaker
Jewish groups have attacked plans to bring a Hizbollah-linked journalist to Britain for a conference on Islam.
Thursday, February 19, 2009
Britain and Italy threaten to drop out of Durba...
Minister: ‘Israel anger has become attacks on J...
Corbyn-sceptic think tank on brink of collapse
Jews and Muslims complain over BBC article
Chief Rabbi steps in to take charge of Dweck affair
Corbyn's Chakrabarti peerage 'contempt'
Israel-Palestine debate scheduled on Shabbat
Pioneering move to ﬁght race hate
Experts from around the world hammer out groundbreaking document aiming to clamp down on antisemitism worldwide
Top Muslim adviser in hate email 'stitch-up'
A senior government adviser on Muslim communities was the victim of a stitch-up, it was claimed this week.
Asylum-seeker saved from deportation by shul ac...
Israeli cleared of rape
Sex ads banned by ASA
GP under council inquiry
British MEPs meet Hamas
British lawmakers have met Hamas officials during a visit to Gaza.
Jonathan Kalmus And Marcus Dysch
Community backing for Fair Trade
The first national campaign launches next week to persuade Jews to buy fair trade goods.
National's Hytner says no censorship
The director of the National Theatre has defended two plays which have drawn criticism for perceived antisemitic and racist undertones.
Manchester students lose boycott motion
Friday, February 13, 2009
Lieberman's success horriﬁes UK leaders
The electoral success of Avigdor Lieberman’s right-wing party, Yisrael Beiteinu (Israel, Our Home) in Tuesday’s Israeli elections has caused consternation among British Jews.
Thursday, February 12, 2009
Burglar gets his very own eruv
A Manchester eruv may still be under discussion but one local burglar has got his own, all to himself. One catch — he is not allowed to use it.
Outrage over 'demonising' play for Gaza
A 10-minute play about the history of Israel by the playwright Caryl Churchill has been condemned as antisemitic.
Solicitor close to forcing release of report on...
The BBC is under new pressure to publish a five-year-old report into the fairness of its Middle East coverage after a decision this week by the Law Lords.
Foreign Office man arrested over 'racism'
The Foreign and Commonwealth Office remained tight-lipped this week after the arrest of a senior official for an alleged antisemitic outburst.
Hate incidents reach record level on eve of an...
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