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.
Student party organisers have caused a major row by asking guests to come in fancy dress - and be accompanied by "a fit Jew".
Come to our party, and bring a ‘fit’ Jew
Senior Israeli diplomats and members of President Shimon Peres's entourage have expressed their disappointment at the absence of pro-Israel demonstrators around the events in the presidential visit.
Israelis ask: where is the community support
Anshel Pfeffer And Candice Krieger
JLM warns Corbyn on antisemitism
Peter Wyngarde, star who played TV sleuth Jason King, dies
Labour NEC winner condemns anti-Zionist academic
JC appoints new managing director
Peres son's broadside at 'self-publicising' political leaders
Protestors fail to disrupt Peres talk
President Shimon Peres showed grace under fire on Tuesday night when he was heckled and barracked by Oxford students at the city's Sheldonian Theatre.
London joins global Jewish cities
Jewish communities from cities worldwide are to be linked through the World Jewish Cities Project.
The picture we never thought we’d see
David and Victoria Prever are this week celebrating the birth of a 7lb 4oz boy after being treated by Britain's most controversial fertility expert, Mohammed Taranissi.
Oxford rugby club planned ‘bring a Jew’ social ...
Student rugby players were told to find female Jewish students as dates for night out.
Shipping tycoon awarded an honorary KBE
The Israeli businessman and shipping tycoon Samuel Ofer has been awarded an honorary KBE in recognition of his services to UK maritime heritage.
Menorah in window leads to race attack
Vandals attack a Jewish convert's home after he displayed pictures of a Star of David and menorah in his window.
Sports writer beats Sahar at own game
Craig Silver leaves Israeli footballer Ben Sahar red-faced after beating him in a heading competition.
Funding cut fears over Simcha on the Square
Demo fails to disrupt ambassador lecture
Scottish Palestinian Solidarity Campaign stage noisy demonstration outside rescheduled lecture by Israeli Ambassador Ron Prosor at Edinburgh University.
Teachers to be questioned on Shoah lessons
LibDem president backs new anti-Zionist group
Simon Hughes is criticised by the party's Friends of Israel group for signing a virulently anti-Israeli early day motion.
Charedi youth suffer ‘learning delay’
Leading consultant speech and language therapist is concerned that Charedi children are at risk of developing delayed language skills.
Commons queries over Hebrew A-level
MP raises questions in parliament after a pupil from a Jewish school was denied a university place because they would not recognise her modern Hebrew A-level.
Peltours sells its Israel arm
The oldest established Israel travel firm in the UK is to sell its Israel operation to West End Travel.
JNF seeks cash from donor who ‘underwrote its l...
The JNF tries to recover money from a donor who it says agreed to meet the legal costs of its past dispute with Keren Kayemeth LeIsrael.
Siren call to Shabbat is silenced
Shabbat siren upsets neighbours in Stamford Hill.
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