ISRAEL ELECTION 2019 LATEST POLLS

Election analyst JAMES MARLOW compiles this week polls based on several surveys conducted and commissioned for Israel’s news networks and newspapers. Twenty-five separate political parties ran...

Shock Beth Din departure

Dayan Yonason Abraham has stepped down as Dayan of the London Beth Din. No official reason has been given for his departure on Tuesday. Dayan Gelley,...

Help on the horizon for youngsters in pain

Families with young Crohn’s or colitis sufferers heard there is hope for improved treatment options at an information evening organised by Camp Simcha and...

Brian Gordon Elected Mayor of Barnet

Councillor Brian (Binyomin) Gordon has been elected Mayor of Barnet for the coming municipal year, commencing in May. Mr. Gordon was elected to Barnet Council...

Shock and tributes following JFS student’s sudden death

Jewish students and teachers have been stunned by the sudden death of JFS student Oli Leigh. A pupil at Yavneh College until last year where...

Ministers squabble over critical Gaza war report

By Leon Symons A long-awaited report by Israel’s state comptroller into the threat of Hamas’ attack tunnels ahead of the Gaza war in 2014 has...

Green agrees deal over BHS pensions

By Leon Symons Sir Philip Green has agreed to pay as much as £363m into the pension scheme of BHS, the company he once owned...

Dear Jacqueline Curzon

It is tremendously sad that our dear columnist Jacqueline Curzon passed away this week. I first met Jacqueline at a cantorial concert in Central Synagogue...

Crumpsall Shul sells up

Higher Crumpsall & Higher Broughton Hebrew Congregation’s premises officially changed ownership this past Tuesday, as Yeshivas Sha’arie Chaim bought out the historic 900-seat synagogue...

King David pupil death “not suspicious” say police

Greater Manchester Police are no longer treating the death of a 16-year-old King David High School pupil on Monday morning as murder. A 41-year-old man arrested on suspicion of...

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