Horror email links IDF to Warsaw Nazis
Holocaust images displayed in a viral email alongside pictures taken during Israel’s military operation in Gaza have been condemned as grossly offensive.
Thursday, January 29, 2009
One of the country’s oldest Jewish youth clubs is set to close next month, leaving community groups and a Masorti synagogue temporarily homeless.
Brady Maccabi club closure hits Masorti shul
JFS school bus abuser in court
Man jailed for raping ex-wife
Dweck row reaches Bnai Brak
Jewish man granted bail as 'act of mercy'
Jewish celebrities and community leaders in birthday honours
Partnership minyanim 'enhance Judaism'
Lavatory assault case is thrown out
Newmark to oversee UK olim
JLC adds two to its council
Coroners Bill favours scan over the knife
A dramatic fall in the number of invasive post-mortems carried out on Jewish people against their families’ wishes could be on the horizon, according to new legislation proposed in parliament this week.
Sounds of survivors go online
The British Library has put its complete collection of oral testimonies of Shoah survivors online.
Aid minister reveals UK’s Gaza aid package
Britain has given the first tranche of around £27 million in humanitarian aid to United Nations agencies working to bring relief to the inhabitants of Gaza.
Friday, January 23, 2009
UK asylum guide attracts legal aid
Thursday, January 22, 2009
Substitute stars in peace talks
MPs urge hate-attack clampdown
A parliamentary motion condemning attacks on the Jewish community as a result of the war in Gaza has been signed by more than 40 MPs.
Kaufman blasted for ‘Nazi’ remark
Tony Benn: 'Expel the Israel envoy'
Former Labour MP Tony Benn used a demonstration in Trafalgar Square to call for Israel’s ambassador to Britain to be expelled from the country.
Masked thugs stamp on man in 'revenge'
Two masked thugs beat up a Jewish man in north-west London on Saturday night in what they said was revenge for Israel’s actions in Gaza.
Jewdas sorry over hoax email
The maverick group Jewdas has apologised to the Board of Deputies for trying to wreck last week’s pro-Israel Trafalgar Square rally.
Public does not blame Israel for war, says survey
A majority of the British public does not single out Israel as the side responsible for the conflict in Gaza, according to a survey published this week.
MP bids to change royal marriage law
A Jewish MP is at the forefront of attempts to overturn a 308-year-old law banning British monarchs from marrying Catholics.
Lobby to stop 'hate-fest' at Durban II
Jewish campaigners this week lobbied internationally to stop a United Nations human rights conference being used as a platform to attack Israel.
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