Nazi map sale enrages dealer
Auctioneer defends the sale of a map drawn by Hitler's personal physician and signed by four Nazi officers.
Friday, October 10, 2008
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.
Beth Din set to hear mikveh pleas
Lib Dem Chris Huhne defends the right of Holocaust-denier Toben to make antisemitic comments and deny the Holocaust.
MP backs denier’s ‘right to free speech’
Thousands attend Yom Hashoah ceremony in London
Ex-aide attacks Jeremy Corbyn over antisemitism
Church of Scotland Balfour report criticised
Ex-JFS pupil crosses line with man who saved his life
JLC leadership election 'undemocratic'
Teenagers to face trial
New team starts work on schools
Museums block change in law on looted art
Comission for Looted Art in Europe condemns decision to allow return of stolen objects from Jews in th Nazi-era.
Council’s YouTube blunder
A council posts YouTube video in which a resident compares Jews with "normal British people".
Charedi rape claim is denied
Warning: fraudster on loose
United Synagogue minister's are on their guard in case a convicted conman turns up on their doorstep.
Conman pretends to be Meretz UK chair
The chairman of a UK progressive Zionist group is the latest victim of a Nigerian email scam.
Lord Levy still has security protection
Tony Blair's former envoy has been seen travelling to synagogue accompanied by a bodyguard.
Palestinian envoy to speak at Reform shul
The PA's UK envoy has been invited to address a meeting of Reform synagogues next month.
Jewish values will help us through crisis, says...
Gordon Brown says the Jewish community's "goodwill and moral purpose" had a resonant message for getting through the financial crisis.
Exclusive: Shul-goer denies terror plot role
A man facing extradition to the United States on terrorism charges speaks of his nightmare at being linked to a terror plot.
Kellogg's in 'kosher' crisis
Kellogg's apologise to a Jewish man who ate a cereal bar with pork gelatine as it incorrectly said it was suitable for vegetarians.
Wednesday, October 8, 2008
Murder in Golders Green
A man died from gunshot wounds on Monday bringing the heartland of Jewish north-west London to a sudden halt.
Gordon Brown's cabinet reshuffle yields a mixed...
Cabinet reshuffle greeted with quiet satisfaction and mild concern regarding Jewish and Israeli interests.
Tuesday, October 7, 2008
The chaplaincy that students rely upon
Friday, October 3, 2008
BNP man fails in election
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