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Orthodox college goes bust

The country’s only training college for teachers wanting to work at strictly Orthodox day schools has been forced to close.

Simon Rocker

Orthodox college goes bust
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    Fury at ‘Don’t buy on West Bank’ advice

    Israeli officials have said they are “deeply disappointed” at the British Government’s decision to publish an advice note warning Britons against buying property in settlements in the West Bank.

    Anshel Pfeffer

    Fury at ‘Don’t buy on West Bank’ advice
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    Fraudsters ordered to hand over assets

    A Manchester man jailed for six years for involvement in a large-scale “advance fee” business fraud has been ordered to hand over £425,000.

    Lynda Roughley

    Fraudsters ordered to hand over assets
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    US attends first liaison meeting

    The United Synagogue has for the first time sent a rabbinic representative to the liaison body set up to reduce tensions between the Orthodox and non-Orthodox.

    Simon Rocker

    US attends first liaison meeting
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    Police probe Facebook complaint

    Comments posted on the social networking website Facebook are to be investigated by police after a Jewish user claimed they were antisemitic and could incite racial hatred.

    Marcus Dysch

    Police probe Facebook complaint
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    Madoff scandal: charities lose $1bn

    The Bernard Madoff investment scandal is expected to cost the Jewish charity world well over a billion dollars.

    Daniella Peled And Anshel Pfeffer

    Madoff scandal: charities lose $1bn
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    MPs ask Red Cross to help Shalit

    Red Cross officials have assured an all-party delegation of MPs that they are continuing to pressure armed factions in Gaza to allow them to visit captured Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit, held captive for more than two years.

    Bernard Josephs

    MPs ask Red Cross to help Shalit
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    Olmert scorns idea of ‘economic peace’

    Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert poured scorn on the concept of boosting the Palestinian economy as a way of achieving peace.

    Daniella Peled And Anshel Pfeffer

    Olmert scorns idea of ‘economic peace’