John Lewis quashes false boycott claim
Department store John Lewis has moved to quash an allegation in a Jewish freesheet claiming that it was considering a boycott of Israel goods.
New JC MD
UKIP backs israel
Fears for MPs as hard-left take over
Loach promises Israeli profits will go to BDS
Concern over ‘opt-out’ plan for organ donation
Board: Hopkins should apologise over Holocaust denier photo
'I am not an antisemite'
Questions over claims
Oxford students defeat anti-Israel campaign
Lords shown Sderot bomb part at debate
The Israeli army’s tactics and the aftermath of the Gaza conflict have been discussed at length during a special House of Lords debate.
National Jewish studies curriculum in pipeline
Stamp sale raises £500k for charities
A renowned international philatelist who died in London last year has left his entire stamp collection to two Israeli charities.
Shechitah threat is challenged
Live: House of Lords debate on Gaza
Colonel’s UK tour halted by arrest fear
An Israeli reserve colonel who came to speak in Britain last week was forced to return home.
Leon Symons Marcus Dysch And Anshel Pfeffer
Israel's case ignored in secret government memo
An internal UK government briefing note on Israel’s recent action in Gaza is written almost entirely from the Palestinian perspective.
Muslim peer in ‘student war’ slur
Lord Ahmed claims UK Jewish groups actively recruited volunteers to fight with IDF
Dead rabbi used by internet scammers
Internet scammers are attempting to embezzle money using the names of late philanthropist Benzion Dunner and a Scottish law professor.
Former US staff face gag order
The United Synagogue has been challenged over the use of confidentiality agreements signed by staff who have lost their jobs.
Eilat flights cut after fall in bookings
UK tourism to Eilat has hit its lowest point since the Iraq war following the withdrawal of weekly direct flights from London.
Schoolgirl 'terrorised' by mob
Miliband and Clinton vow unity over Middle East
Kadima set to implode as defeat looms
In the last frantic days before the elections on Tuesday, the ruling party, Kadima, is already in disarray over what is expected to be its defeat at the hands of Likud leader Binyamin Netanyahu.
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