Jewish Chronicle Labour is heading for an earthquake victory – but battles with Jewish voters may lie ahead 14 Jun
Labour is projected for a significant victory in the upcoming election, with potential challenges from Jewish voters. While Labour has addressed antisemitism...
14 Jun
Jewish Chronicle This Father’s Day, let’s hear it for patrilineal Jews 14 Jun
As Fathers Day approaches, the author challenges the notion that Jewishness is only passed down through the mother, advocating for the acceptance of patrilin...
14 Jun
Jewish Chronicle Letters to the editor, 14 June 2024 13 Jun
Operation Arnon has been lauded as a bold rescue mission by Israel, showcasing their commitment to saving citizens in captivity. However, media reports highl...
13 Jun
Jewish Chronicle Politicising the victims of sexual assault means they suffer twice 11 Jun
The article criticizes the politicization of victims of sexual assault, highlighting a Times piece that skewed the truth for a specific agenda regarding inci...
11 Jun
Jewish Chronicle Universities have lost control. Why are they so weak? 11 Jun
Following recent anti-Israel student activities at American universities including Columbia and UCLA, the author highlights a concerning rise in organized an...
11 Jun
Jewish Chronicle Starmer couldn’t have done more, so I’ll vote for him on July 4 11 Jun
Keir Starmer, the leader of the Labour Party, has made efforts to address antisemitism within the party, expressing regret for its presence and aiming to reb...
11 Jun
Jewish Chronicle The Washington Post goes post-reality 11 Jun
The Washington Post has been criticized for its reporting on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, specifically in a recent article that omitted key details abou...
11 Jun
Jewish Chronicle The hostages’ miraculous rescue has led to security forces dilemma 11 Jun
The successful rescue operation of four hostages in Gaza posed a dilemma for Israeli security forces, who now face the challenge of rescuing the remaining ca...
11 Jun
Jewish Chronicle Hamas’s strategy relies on complicity of western media 10 Jun
The article discusses the media's complicity in perpetuating biased narratives regarding the recent events in Gaza, particularly focusing on Hamas's strategy...
10 Jun
Jewish Chronicle What’s going to happen in Israeli politics now Gantz has quit the coalition 10 Jun
Benny Gantz's departure from the coalition government has raised questions about the future of Israeli politics, particularly regarding the decisions to be m...
10 Jun
Jewish Chronicle I felt pride and joy; they accused Israel of a ‘massacre’ 9 Jun
The text expresses a mix of emotions upon hearing about the daring rescue of Israeli hostages, including pride, joy, relief, and sorrow for those still held ...
9 Jun
Jewish Chronicle Iran’s presidential contest is a selection, not an election 7 Jun
Iran's upcoming presidential contest on June 28 is best described as a selection rather than an election, orchestrated by Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamen...
7 Jun
Jewish Chronicle Most young people don’t think Israel should exist. This is sad but not surprising 7 Jun
Edward Isaacs, President of the Union of Jewish Students, expresses concern over a recent poll showing that 54% of 18-24-year-olds believe Israel should not ...
7 Jun
Jewish Chronicle Labour’s plan to recognise Palestine is gesture politics of the worst kind 7 Jun
The text criticizes the UK Labour Party's plan to recognize Palestine as a gesture without addressing the timing issues and lack of clarity. It argues that r...
7 Jun
Jewish Chronicle Why are the Bibas family not the focus of everyone with a conscience? 5 Jun
The Bibas family, held hostage by terrorists since October 7, especially resonate within the Jewish community. The haunting image of Shiri Bibas and her youn...
5 Jun
Jewish Chronicle Biden is just desperate for the war to end before the November election 5 Jun
President Biden and the Democratic Party are facing political challenges, especially in light of the ongoing conflict in Gaza and upcoming elections. Biden a...
5 Jun
Jewish Chronicle Don’t forget the role of stupidity in the debate about Israel 5 Jun
The text discusses the role of stupidity in the debate surrounding Israel and the Middle East, using an interview between a gay man and an individual support...
5 Jun
Jewish Chronicle The new Antisemitism is built on lies, so let’s tell the truth 5 Jun
The essay addresses the emergence of a new form of antisemitism that uses false equivalencies and distortions to paint Jews in a negative light. By equating ...
5 Jun
Jewish Chronicle Another step forward for Orthodox female rabbis 5 Jun
Rabbi Miriam Lorie's graduation from Yeshivat Maharat and her leadership at Kehillat Nashira in Borehamwood mark a significant moment for British Jewry, as O...
5 Jun
Jewish Chronicle Letters to the editor 7 June 2024 5 Jun
In these letters to the editor, various perspectives on Jewish identity, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, human rights, and political figures are discussed....
5 Jun
Jewish Chronicle It is time for Jews and our supporters to stand firm 5 Jun
In London, a peaceful protest of 40,000 people took place demanding the release of hostages held by Hamas, showcasing a sea of Israeli flags and a stark cont...
5 Jun
Jewish Chronicle For the first time since October 7, Israel is prepared to accept a ceasefire 4 Jun
Israel is considering a ceasefire proposal, involving staged releases of hostages and prisoner exchanges with Hamas, brokered through the Qataris and support...
4 Jun
Jewish Chronicle Hamas wants a caliphate, not a Palestinian state 4 Jun
Hamas, a Palestinian group, does not envision a traditional nation state but rather aims for an Islamic Caliphate spanning from Indonesia to Morocco. The gro...
4 Jun
Jewish Chronicle Seeing the UN mourn the Butcher of Tehran should come as no surprise 4 Jun
The text criticizes the United Nations for honoring Ebrahim Raisi, known as the Butcher of Tehran, despite his regime's atrocities, including executing thous...
4 Jun
Jewish Chronicle Michael Gove has been British Jewry’s greatest friend in politics 3 Jun
Michael Gove, a prominent British politician who recently decided not to seek re-election, has been a strong ally to the Jewish community and supporter of Is...
3 Jun
Jewish Chronicle An unintended consequence of the election is to derail three bills that affect the Jewish community 3 Jun
The early dissolution of Parliament due to the election has led to the derailment of three bills significant to the Jewish community. The Holocaust Memorial ...
3 Jun
Jewish Chronicle Letters to the editor, 31 May 2024 31 May
In a series of letters to the editor, various authors discuss different aspects related to Jewish issues. One criticizes the ICC's chief prosecutor for drawi...
31 May
Jewish Chronicle Israel’s priorities are moving on 30 May
The IDF Chief of Staff remarked that Israel has largely achieved its military objectives in Gaza, with a focus on securing a lengthy ceasefire and prisoner r...
30 May
Jewish Chronicle Biden’s pier is subsidising Hamas and impeding Israel 30 May
The text criticizes the Biden administration for allegedly subsidizing Hamas and obstructing Israel by building a pier off Gaza that cost $320 million. The w...
30 May
Jewish Chronicle Once again, Jews are at the heart of the election debate 30 May
The upcoming election campaign in Britain once again brings attention to the Jewish community, reflecting on past fears of existential threats during electio...
30 May
Jewish Chronicle How we’ll miss the generation who turned extreme hardship into love 30 May
The author reflects on the passing of their grandparent, Grandma Frances, who belonged to a remarkable generation that faced hardships during the Second Worl...
30 May
Jewish Chronicle The long history of weaponising law against Jews 30 May
Throughout history, legal systems have been weaponized against Jews, from the Inquisition to modern international forums targeting the Jewish state under the...
30 May
Jewish Chronicle The great healing power of musical instruments 30 May
Music has a profound impact on healing and self-expression, especially for individuals navigating trauma or difficult experiences. The text highlights variou...
30 May
Jewish Chronicle I am always sad to leave Israel. But this time I was fearful 30 May
A journalist who visited Israel after the October 7 massacre recounts a troubling and tense atmosphere in the country. While initially hoping for stability p...
30 May
Jewish Chronicle Think about you – prioritise your professional development 30 May
The Jewish Community Professionals Conference will focus on building emotional resilience and well-being in the face of recent challenges, with various sessi...
30 May
Jewish Chronicle The All Eyes on Rafah Instagram post is another vapid, lazy way to say “I care” 29 May
The text criticizes the trend of sharing posts like "All Eyes on Rafah" on Instagram as a superficial way of appearing to care about conflicts like the one i...
29 May
Jewish Chronicle October 7 was the second massacre of Jews for Hamas' oldest hostage 29 May
Shlomo Mansour, the oldest Israeli hostage in Gaza, survived both the recent massacre by Hamas and the 1941 Farhud massacre in Iraq, showcasing a history of ...
29 May
Jewish Chronicle Why we need a month dedicated to Britain’s Jewry 28 May
The text discusses the importance of having a British Jewish History Month to recognize and celebrate the contributions of British Jews to various fields lik...
28 May
Jewish Chronicle It’s wrong to compare Hamas and the IRA 26 May
The article argues against a comparison between Israel's conflict with Hamas and the UK's historical confrontation with the IRA. The Chief Prosecutor of the ...
26 May
Jewish Chronicle The ICJ ruling does NOT mean Israel has to halt its Rafah operation 25 May
After the International Court of Justice (ICJ) ruling on Israel's military offensive in Rafah, it was initially misinterpreted to mean that Israel must immed...
25 May
Jewish Chronicle The anti-Israel mob were sent packing in north London – and it felt good 24 May
Over a thousand pro-Israel demonstrators and locals rallied in north London to protect the showing of a film about a tragic massacre near the Gaza Strip, fac...
24 May
Jewish Chronicle The UK should pull its funding from the International Criminal Court 24 May
The article argues for the UK to withdraw its funding from the International Criminal Court (ICC) due to its decision to request arrest warrants for Israel's...
24 May
Jewish Chronicle If we want peace, we first need to be truly strong 24 May
Rabbi Joseph Dweck emphasizes the need to confront evil and unite against it in the face of historical tragedies like the Holocaust and present-day threats l...
24 May
Jewish Chronicle Arrest warrants are about delegitimisation of Israel 24 May
The International Criminal Court's chief prosecutor, Karim Khan, seeking arrest warrants for Israeli leaders amidst Israel's conflict with Hamas is seen as m...
24 May
Jewish Chronicle The BBC’s mistakes are an institutional problem 23 May
Lord Austin, a former Labour MP, criticizes the BBC for its institutional failures and biased reporting, highlighting instances where the broadcaster neglect...
23 May
Jewish Chronicle Israel is caught between terrorists, brainwashed mobs and ‘human rights’ lawfare 23 May
The text examines the International Criminal Court prosecutor's request for arrest warrants for Israel's Prime Minister and Minister of Defence on charges of...
23 May
Jewish Chronicle Letters to the editor 15 March 2024 23 May
The letters to the editor cover various topics of concern within the Jewish community. David Freeman questions Lord Finkelstein's positive view of Britain fo...
23 May
Jewish Chronicle The British government’s Alderney lie erased the suffering of Jews 22 May
The Pickles Review, led by Lord Pickles, has revealed a cover-up by British authorities regarding war crimes on Alderney, involving atrocities against variou...
22 May
Jewish Chronicle Let’s talk about how our kids learn about gender 22 May
The text discusses concerns over the teaching of gender and sexuality in Jewish educational settings, including references to the existence of multiple gende...
22 May
Jewish Chronicle Nazi comparisons are wrong, whoever is making them 22 May
In a discussion about Jewish anxiety and antisemitism, the author emphasizes that while there is a concerning spike in antisemitism today, it is not comparab...
22 May