Prince Charles' "dream" of visiting Israel
Parents of pupils at Britain's biggest Jewish school are to pay for private buses following a series of incidents on public transport.
Private coach for pupils as gangs attack school...
‘Generals row’ hits Peres visit
Panel: Dweck can remain as leader
Board: Hopkins should apologise over Holocaust denier photo
'I am not an antisemite'
Loach promises Israeli profits will go to BDS
Sacks and Goldstein support Mirvis
Peres receives honorary knighthood from the Queen
Queen Elizabeth awarded an honorary knighthood this morning to President of Israel Shimon Peres.
President Peres' packed timetable for his Londo...
A British hero saved my father
Ex-Green on leaked BNP list
The Green Party said that a former parliamentary candidate whose name appeared on a British National Party contacts list is no longer a Green Party member.
Hare play is fair play, says theatre boss Hytner
The director of the National Theatre has defended a play which a leading rabbi has claimed "depicts Jews in a vile manner".
Bank governor bullish about Israel’s ‘solid’ ec...
The governor of the Bank of Israel, Stanley Fischer, has described the state of Israel's financial institutions, including its banks, as "so far, solid and well capitalised".
I’m so glad my father had the J-factor, says Co...
Simon Cowell has revealed a personal discovery of his own - his Jewishness.
Slave labour campaigner dies
Boris backs Munich ceremony
Squatters take over artist’s flat
An Israeli artist has been left homeless and penniless after a gang of squatters invaded his home in South London.
Chief gives EU credit crisis talk
After 70 years, lost paintings come home
The daughter of a renowned anthropologist has been reunited with a collection of his oil paintings which had been lost for almost 70 years.
Rachel’s dirty dancing is strictly for TV, says...
Belittled town of Bethlehem
A Jewish anti-Israel group has been criticised for re-writing traditional Christmas carols to attack Israel's policies towards Palestine.
Peace deal ends JNF dispute
A 10-year row between the UK branch of the Jewish National Fund and Keren Kayemet Leyisrael has come to an end, with the signing of an agreement between the two organisations.
Come to our party, and bring a ‘fit’ Jew
Student party organisers have caused a major row by asking guests to come in fancy dress - and be accompanied by "a fit Jew".
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