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.
Like a schlubby Jewish Virgil, the American journalist leads readers of her new book through the circles of white supremacist hell.
The former Labour leader understands far better than his successor, who suspended him this week, that racism is born of a broken world, one we must utterly transform.
Vashti launched a year ago at a more innocent time. On the eve of her 1st birthday, she asks: where next for the Jewish left?
Cemetery- and grave-measuring were part of the female clerical role in Ashkenazi Jewish life, and powerful tools of ancestral connection.
Revisiting the Yom Kippur Ball.
The founders of the Glasgow establishment, due to open later this year, share their vision of luxury for all.
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.