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Jan 11, 2019, 2:59 PM
Loudmouth kicks his own community in attacking Israel
If there’s one thing British Muslims and Jews can live without it’s a guide to interfaith relations from employees of that bastion of inclusivity and harmony, Press TV. But that didn’t stop Roshan Salih, a contributor to the UK arm of the Iranian propaganda station and...
Jun 9, 2018, 12:32 AM
Ben is a knight by deed, and finally by name
If anyone deserves the title ‘Sir’ it is Ben Helfgott. Both inside and beyond the UK Jewish community, in Britain and internationally, his name has for decades been synonymous with Holocaust education and ensuring the lessons of those darkest of days are passed on. He...
May 13, 2018, 1:45 PM
All of Israel are proud chickens today!
‘We are the Champions’ was ringing out through Rabin Square when I left at just after 4am. Not even an unseasonal downpour (more than enough to disperse an Israeli crowd usually) was dampening this party. I planned to get a taxi from my hotel but...
Apr 25, 2018, 4:57 PM
So deep is the schism that only action will do
If there was any need for further proof of the continuing huge gulf between Jeremy Corbyn and the mainstream Jewish community it came within moments of the end of this week’s crunch talks. A statement released by the Board of Deputies and Jewish Leadership Council...
Apr 4, 2018, 8:17 PM
Why it’s right for community leaders to meet Corbyn
Last week, following our exclusive sit-down with Jeremy Corbyn, we declared his reassurances on tackling anti-Semitism within Labour were ‘not good enough’. If the Labour leader’s failure to condemn the characterisation of some allegations of hate as “smears” compounded worries, his description of the fringe...
Mar 27, 2018, 12:09 PM
The day our leaders changed the narrative on Labour anti-Semitism
They mobilized with an awesome public display of unity to decry the anti-Semitism spewing out of the Labour party
Feb 23, 2018, 1:11 PM
A night like no other
When I began developing the idea of a event inspired by Pride of Britain two and a half years ago, I hoped it could create a unique moment of communal pride and togetherness. I certainly didn’t, however, envisage that #NightOfHeroes would be trending on Twitter...
Sep 27, 2017, 6:25 PM
At Labour conference a battle was won, but a war still rages
It’s a sad day when a mainstream political party has to go out of its way to state that racist conduct by members brings it into disrepute; a shocking state of affairs when that party’s own rules leave room for people to feel it places...
Jun 1, 2017, 5:06 PM
Why communal issues will weigh heavily on voters’ minds next week
A week from now, either Theresa May or Jeremy Corbyn will enter Downing Street. Many, of course, will have made up their minds long ago. After 18 months of shocking headlines about Corbyn’s past pronouncements and anti-Semitism in his party, Theresa May would likely have...
Apr 23, 2017, 3:12 PM
We owe chums Michael and Sir Eric a huge debt of gratitude
Less than a week into the general election campaign and already we know the next Parliament will be missing two of Anglo-Jewry’s greatest friends in Westminster. Having decided not to contest their seats, Yorkshire duo Sir Eric Pickles and Michael Dugher will be sorely missed...
Justin Cohen is News Editor of the Jewish News.