Car-jackers beat me up and sped off with my dog
A gang beat and threatened to kill a mother-of-three her before stealing her car and driving off with her pedigree dog.
Thursday, November 6, 2008
The government may face a challenge to a law that will raise the marriage visa age from 18 to 21.
Charedim fight new marriage visa rules
Neighbours attack ‘barbaric’ brit
Hopkins reported to police over 'final solution' tweet
Rabbi brings tea to police after attack
Manchester attack: 'I feared the worst,' says father
CST issues advice for Jewish community
Jewish faith leaders attend vigil as fear grips community
Birth ﬁgures reveal strength of the family
More British Jews are being born than are dying each year, according to the Board of Deputies.
Customers flee as grocers row in street
Customers fled from a kosher store after angry grocers clashed over the price of fruit and vegetables.
Masked men rob driver of his BMW
A man has been left shaken after masked thieves stole his black BMW from outside his home.
Duggan family wins hearing
A preliminary hearing at the High Court could lead to a second inquest into the death of 22-year old Jeremiah Duggan.
Hague talks tough on Iran
The Shadow Foreign Secretary has made a call for renewed pressure on Hamas and Hizbollah, and a united world strategy on Iran.
Airport took away my ‘grenade’
A London artist was mistaken for a terrorist as he tried to take a clay "grenade" through Heathrow Airport.
Peres to address MPs in historic visit
MPs will honour Israeli President Shimon Peres when he visits Britain for the first time since becoming president, on November 17.
Wednesday, November 5, 2008
Car crime plagues Jewish areas in Manchester
A Whitefield man is left shaken after masked thieves stole his black BMW from outside his home.
Tuesday, November 4, 2008
Antisemitic graffiti in Wales
Vandals daubed antisemtic symbols around the promenade and a children's attraction in North Wales last week.
Thursday, October 30, 2008
Muslim sisters accuse firm of religious discrim...
Two Muslim sisters accuse broking firm of religious discrimination after being allegedly banned from working with Jewish clients.
Fears over sex lessons for pupils aged five
Cautious greeting by Anglo-Jewish educationalists for compulsory lessons on subjects like sex and drugs.
Knife attacker convicted
An unemployed man faces jail after he was convicted of stabbing a Hatzola medical volunteer.
Family attacked while taking a Succot stroll
Father-of-two punched repeatedly in the face while walking with his family in Salford on the first night of Succot.
Millionaire is bailed in ‘fraud’ probe
Bail for property entrepreneur after arrest in connection with an investigation into alleged fraud and money-laundering.
Palestinian calls for Palestine boycott
Campaign group launches a boycott for British shoppers to stop buying goods produced in the West Bank and Gaza.
Jewish judge ‘not biased’ in Arab asylum-seeker...
The Law Lords uphold decision of a Jewish judge to refuse asylum to a Palestinian woman.
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