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Israel-Palestine The Pickle UK

How exactly are we supposed to protest Israeli war crimes?

Journalists shot, boycotts criminalised – how exactly are we supposed to hold Israel accountable?

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Report The Jewish Left

Pink Peacock faces criminal charges over “F*** the police” tote bag

Britain’s police power trip continues apace as the co-owner of the Glasgow café is charged with a breach of the peace.

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Jewish Culture Report The Jewish Left

Yiddish for the 21st century

A new Duolingo course is training a small army to demand babka, can it also heal communal divides?

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Antisemitism & Antiracism Israel-Palestine Opinion

Four antisemites won’t stop me supporting Palestine

If Jewish solidarity withers in the face of the few bigots who drove down Finchley Road on Sunday, it is no solidarity at all.

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Israel-Palestine Opinion

Israel is an apartheid state – and South Africans agree

Using Black oppression to exonerate Israel isn’t just immoral, it’s ahistorical.

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Antisemitism & Antiracism Interview

If I am only for myself, who am I? Professor David Feldman on the Jerusalem Declaration on Antisemitism

A new document attempts to put right what the IHRA got wrong. Rivkah Brown interviews one of its authors.

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Antisemitism & Antiracism Opinion

Why is the Jewish Chronicle whitewashing Britain’s antisemitic history?

Vernon Bogdanor’s recent op-ed is consistent with the paper’s long history of placating the British establishment, even in its anti-Jewish prejudice.

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Issues LGBTQ+ Opinion

Access to puberty blockers is a Jewish issue

The UK’s ban is transphobic, unscientific, and in opposition to core Jewish values.

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Antisemitism & Antiracism Opinion

Antisemitism isn’t a set of tropes – and thinking about it that way helps nobody

The outrage over Michael Che’s SNL joke is everything that’s wrong with our fight against antisemitism.

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Europe Interview Israel-Palestine

Meet Yuval Gal, the anti-Zionist Israeli running in the Dutch elections

Gal left Israel aged thirty, appalled by the country’s trajectory. Now he’s continuing the fight against injustice from the Netherlands.