Journalists shot, boycotts criminalised – how exactly are we supposed to hold Israel accountable?
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The UK’s ban is transphobic, unscientific, and in opposition to core Jewish values.
At Sage in Golders Green, staff are demanding fair wages and working conditions. British Jews could view this as a threat to our elders – or as fundamentally in our interests.
The Queer, Anti-Nazi Art of Claude Cahun and Marcel Moore.
Jewish, Black and Palestinian writers imagine persecution and liberation across the universe.
Like a schlubby Jewish Virgil, the American journalist leads readers of her new book through the circles of white supremacist hell.
Cemetery- and grave-measuring were part of the female clerical role in Ashkenazi Jewish life, and powerful tools of ancestral connection.
In private messages to his former congregants, a leading British rabbi sounds off on race, gender and sexuality.
Many Jewish organisations sat idly by while the far-right stoked Islamophobia. It was only a matter of time, however, before the party and its supporters came for them, too.
Zero tolerance plus zero discretion equals zero results.
A contest over a spring exposes Israel’s water apartheid.
How Hungarian Ultra-Orthodoxy found an ally in Europe’s most notorious antisemite.
George Floyd and Eyad Hallaq were killed in the same week. The British Jewish press has spilt much ink on the former – and barely a drop on the latter.
Joann Sfar has been called France’s “messiah of the comic book”. His buoyantly optimistic early work rewrote narratives of Jewish-Muslim animosity by sketching a shared history and delineating a path forward for interfaith relations. So why is Sfar’s new novel so full of despair?
A new documentary, screened at the UK Jewish Film Festival this week, considers whether exposure to video footage of the plight of Palestinians can change the hearts and minds of Israel’s fiercest advocates.
#JewsForBlackLivesMatter risks reinscribing Ashkenormativity.
A few months ago, Aron Keller spoke to the author and broadcaster Michael Rosen about his new book, ‘The Missing’, and much else besides.
The Board gained prominence through its forthright stance on Labour antisemitism. Its mealy-mouthed response to annexation will condemn it to irrelevance.
The seeds are being sown for a Jewish left whose desire for a better world might be enacted in a way that has a chance of breaking free from the tendency towards obdurate self-ghettoisation that has dominated the far left.