A Muslim mayor fights to save the Jewish East End.
Members of the collective tell Molly Lipson why the radical Govanhill cafe has been forced to close its doors for good.
In the US, a new generation of rabbinical students is shattering the communal consensus, writes Sam Stein.
In his new book, reviewed for Vashti by James Leveque, Max Czollek calls on Jews to cease cooperating with Germany’s memorialisation agenda.
After decades of decline, the once thriving culture is bouncing back, writes Tamara Micner.
And Britain remains complicit.
A new book presents ambivalence as its core motif.
Elly Schlein is taking on Meloni’s “post-fascists”.
As Israel approaches its 75th anniversary, Robert Cohen looks at why young British Jews are less supportive of Israel than their parents and grandparents.
What happens when Jews won’t be good?