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JNF praised for openness

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JNF praised for openness
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    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.

    Jonathan Kalmus

    New probe into death of bagel-stab violinist
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    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.

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    Downing Street to host Mid East talks
  • The late Rabbi Gabriel Holzberg and his wife, Rivka
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    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."

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    Holzbergs were beautiful couple, says Sacks
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    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.

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    Re-trial for sex-case table tennis star
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    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.

    Marcus Dysch

    Station plays host to 'kinder' play
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    ‘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    Israel is wrong to have withdrawn from next spring's ‘Durban II' conference in Geneva, believes one of the leaders of the Anglo-Jewish group preparing for the event.

    Simon Rocker

    ‘Israel is wrong to snub UN summit’
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    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.

    Simon Rocker

    A £100,000 row — over 4m of land
  • Demonstrators outside Waitrose in Swiss Cottage, North-West London, with Alexei Sayle (far right)
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    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.

    Marcus Dysch

    The shop protest no one bought