Prosor urges UK Jews to speak out
Revelations, crossovers… and dance
Gongs of praise for those who made a difference
Panel: Dweck can remain as leader
Board: Hopkins should apologise over Holocaust denier photo
Loach promises Israeli profits will go to BDS
Sacks and Goldstein support Mirvis
Twitter say Unite union probe evidence deleted
New JPR research fellow
A new research fellow is joining the Institute for Jewish Policy Research to head its investigation into Jewish child poverty in the UK.
Maccabiah defends funding stance
The mother of a teenager who was abruptly told that she had been thrown off the Maccabiah GB basketball squad said this week that she has still not heard from the organisation, despite promises of a meeting.
UK teens volunteer for the IDF
Death of tape-tied woman a mystery
A post-mortem examination has failed to determine the cause of death of a Jewish pensioner found dead in Stamford Hill
Cannabis farms thriving in the heart of the com...
An alarming rise in the number of so-called cannabis farms appearing in the heart of the North Manchester community has led to an unprecedented wave of drug use among young Jews.
Honour for hero who saved 52,000
A Suffolk boarding school held a special service on Tuesday to commemorate an outstanding former pupil who saved the lives of nearly 52,000 Jews during the Second World War.
Youth call to be given seat on JLC
The leader of one of the largest Zionist youth movements is calling for a youth representative to be given a seat at the Jewish Leadership Council.
Kosher meat prices rise by 10 per cent
Kosher beef and lamb rose this week as a direct result of the strength of the euro against the pound
Charity settles its trustee dispute
The British Friends of the Hebrew University has reached an agreement with a former trustee who protested over the deduction of management charges from donor funds.
Scourge of apartheid, Helen Suzman, dies at 91
Helen Suzman was credited with shortening its lifespan through her courageous and often lonely campaign to publicise its outrages and befriend its victims.
Lib Dems split over conflict
Bid to ﬁrebomb synagogue as protests grow
An attempt was made to firebomb a London synagogue at the weekend in a protest against Israel’s actions in Gaza.
We need to be scared, says IDF colonel
Drivers quizzed in hunt for girl
Limmud: ex-defence chief assesses Gaza
The idea that armies should use proportionate force was dismissed by a former director of military intelligence for the Israel Defence Forces at a special session on Gaza at the Limmud conference.
How community fared in honours list
Charity volunteers, entrepreneurs and Holocaust survivors are among the Jewish recipients of New Year’s Honours announced today.
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