JNF praised for openness
The United Synagogue this week finally cleared the way for lay people to give eulogies at funerals.
Speak at the grave: with reservations
Youths taunt pub staff in sale row
Panel: Dweck can remain as leader
Sacks and Goldstein support Mirvis
Loach promises Israeli profits will go to BDS
Miliband: I was bridge between New Labour & Corbyn
Compensation for Yavneh families
Aid group for schools
New probe into death of bagel-stab violinist
A new inquest is to be held into the death of a musician stabbed on his way to buy bagels after his killer was given an indefinite jail sentence.
Rabbi Rackman buried in Jerusalem
One of modern Orthodoxy’s leading figures, Rabbi Emanuel Rackman, has been buried in Jerusalem.
Diary of Anne Frank to be dramatised on BBC
BBC One will be showing a brand new adaptation of The Diary Of Anne Frank in the first week of January.
Downing Street to host Mid East talks
Prime Minister Gordon Brown has invited the Palestinian Prime Minister, Salam Fayyad, to talks at 10 Downing Street on December 15.
Holzbergs were beautiful couple, says Sacks
Chief Rabbi Sir Jonathan Sacks told a memorial service for the Mumbai victims that the Jewish community would "banish terror and darkness from the world."
Re-trial for sex-case table tennis star
A top Jewish table tennis player has been found guilty of asking a teenage protege to email him pictures of her naked but faces a possible re-trial over sex abuse allegations.
Station plays host to 'kinder' play
A play marking the 70th anniversary of the first Kindertransport arrivals in Britain was performed at Liverpool Street Station, in central London, yesterday.
Esther in jungle eviction
Esther Rantzen has been thrown out of I'm A Celebrity in a double eviction.
Dani Behr out of I’m a Celebrity…
Dani Behr has been given her marching orders from ITV'1's all-star jungle challenge I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!
Green boosts rabbi’s recession-relief plan
Rabbis up and down the country are mobilising to help congregants hit by the recession.
Leon Symons And Simon Rocker
‘Israel is wrong to snub UN summit’
Israel is wrong to have withdrawn from next spring's ‘Durban II' conference in Geneva, believes one of the leaders of the Anglo-Jewish group preparing for the event.
A £100,000 row — over 4m of land
A dispute between two Sephardi families over a patch of land in North-West London ended up in the Court of Appeal this week.
Rapist faces extradition
UK peace ad
The shop protest no one bought
Protesters from the Palestine Solidarity Campaign received a cool reception this week as they appealed for shoppers to boycott goods produced in West Bank settlements.
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