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05.29.2015 | 11 Sivan, 5775
Ahead of British elections on May 7, UK's Labor party leader says he would favor recognition if move would help bring broader peace deal in the Mideast.
Britain says it cannot support new Palestinian UN draft resolution.
Several British urge sanctions, boycotts against Jewish state.
By JERRY LEWIS
Leicester is the UK’s 10th largest city; other local councils in Britain may well follow suit.
Sayeeda Warsi, who resigned over the UK government's Gaza policy this past summer, strikes again, flocking to twitter to draw a parallel between terrorists and Israelis visiting the Temple Mount.
Trade between Israel, UK up 26 percent this year compared to last, as eight Israeli companies have gone public on London Stock Exchange.
By NIV ELIS
About 330 billion pounds worth of investments are required in order for the UK to reach its 2020 targets in the green economy sector.
By SHARON UDASIN
The refugees hadn’t fled from Islamic State, they had run for their lives from Syrian President Bashar Assad’s army.
By LELA GILBERT
“Gathering dust in the British Library is a document that takes us into the missing years of Jesus' life,” the book states.
By ARIEL COHEN
In a letter sent out to the community the rabbis claim that mothers driving children to school increases resentment in the community.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
His family believes he was murdered because he was an open Jew.
During the Holocaust, more than 50,000 prisoners, mainly Jews, died at Bergen-Belsen of starvation, overwork, disease or following gruesome medical experiments before it was liberated.
While calling for more research into the levels of anti-Semitism, its causes and effects, respected demographers have made clear that the situation in the UK is not as bad as the reports suggest.
“The Siege,” which will open at the Lowry Theater in Manchester on May 13, is a re-telling of the April 2002 siege of the Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem.
The former MP is alleged with misappropriating government funds for his private charity Viva Palestina.
By JPOST.COM STAFF,MICHELLE MALKA GROSSMAN
Play depicting 39-day stand-off between IDF, terrorists, to be granted £15,000 for 10-city UK tour.
The next British parliament – which is due to start its session on May 27 – may well have fewer Jewish MPs than the 24 in the last Parliament.
Lord Greville Janner, now 86, was accused of sexually abusing children from the 1960s to the 1980s.
Scottish university’s Jewish Society president registers strong protest at last-minute arrangements to hold debate a day before the Jewish holiday.
The UK’s pro-Palestinian lobby was given a substantial boost when, last October, the House of Commons voted for a non-binding motion calling for early recognition of a Palestinian state.
Advertising watchdog says ad misleads consumers into thinking Old City a part of Israel.
During a recent debate on Hamas in Gaza in the British House of Commons, there were more pro-Israel MPs contributing than usual.
Last week, the body which advises Britain's estimated 260,000 Jews on security reported that the number of anti-Semitic incidents in Britain had risen to a record level last year.
CST report shows 397 cases of public verbal abuse of visibly Jewish people, 82 violent assaults, 1 case of "extreme violence."
Asked about the fears of Jews in France in the wake of the Charlie Hebdo shootings and the attack on a kosher supermarket, Lipman explained that it was not just in France where Jews felt threatened.
"We will not allow any excuses for anti-Semitism in our country,” British PM says.
EJC president Moshe Kantor says most worrying aspect of survey is that a repeat of the Holocaust is no longer “something outside of our wildest nightmares.”
"There is an anxiety now among British Jews, which is pretty much at a record high within my lifetime,” Sacks said.
Home Secretary Theresa May speaks to Jewish community, addressing security fears after Islamist gunman killed four French Jews in Paris.
“My policy is simple: zero-tolerance. No exceptions and no excuses," writes British Premier David Cameron.
The temperature of debate has risen significantly in Jewish circles in recent months, and the future of European Jewry is being discussed in a way that was not the case before the summer.
By JONATHAN BOYD
Survey comes a week after 4 French Jews were killed in an attack on a kosher supermarket in Paris, which led to police stepping up security at synagogues, other Jewish venues across the UK.
Irish rule out mentioning Israel at Holocaust ceremony.
Dave Whelan, owner of Wigan Athletic, said in an interview "I think Jewish people do chase money more than everybody else, I do not think that’s offensive at all.”
Dave Whelan made the comments while trying to defend the hiring of a new manager, Malky Mackay, who himself is currently the subject of a Football Association racism probe.
Jewish communities across Europe expressed shock and outrage over the attack that rattle the capital.
By BENJAMIN WEINTHAL
All faith schools will be required teach students to be tolerant toward other religions and respect and understand lesbian, gay and transgender relationships.
Senior officials, including President Rivlin, former president Peres to address annual conference in Jerusalem, which will tackle political and security issues.
By DAVID BRINN
The host of the radio program ‘Walter’s World’ is a nonstop journalist – but when the interviewer becomes the interviewee surprising life stories come out.
By DAVID STROMBERG
An international resource for parents of young children is teaming up with the Jerusalem Municipality to allow users to manage their ‘tipat halav’ appointments.
By PATRICIA CARMEL
David Axelrod had given Miliband a script which had rhetoric almost, at times, as soaring as Obama’s.
By JOHN LLOYD,REUTERS
Forecasts show an overall majority for the Conservatives of 328 seats in the 650 seat House of Commons, a result beyond the party's most optimistic forecasts, and their fist majority since 1992.
"The Conservatives have clearly won this election," if the exit poll was correct, Conservative government minister Michael Gove said.
Cameron's Conservatives and Ed Miliband's opposition Labor Party have been neck and neck in opinion polls for months.
The gift includes an Israeli made dress with the words "From Israel with love" printed on the front.
The palace releases the princess's name on its Twitter account
In his tweet about Berger, Sen wrote, “You’re about authentic Labour as Ed Miliband. Protect child benefits? If you had it your way you’d send the £ to Poland/Israel.”
No name for the newborn has yet been announced.
With just a couple of exceptions, parties have shown support not only for a two-state solution but to varying degrees, support for Israel as well.
University authorities are believed to be considering canceling the event later this month on “health and safety grounds.”
Candidate calls to “do an Eichmann” on US President Barack Obama
Ministers uphold government acceptance of religious slaughter despite call of 100,000 to ban practice.
"Palestinian statehood" has been one cry heard persistently during Foreign Office questions over several years.
Obama and Cameron held two days of White House talks amid increasing concern in Europe about the threat posed by extremists.
Speaking after gunmen killed 12 people in an assault on a French satirical newspaper, MI5 boss Andrew Parker warned a strike on the United Kingdom was highly likely.
British Daily 'The Independent' reports on letter from legendary prime minister's family.
Mandy Rice Davies will be remembered in Israel for her time in Tel Aviv, where having converted to Judaism to marry an Israeli businessman she moved to open and manage a series of nightclubs.
The Senate Intelligence Committee report will include graphic details about sexual threats and other harsh interrogation techniques the CIA meted out to captured militants in the aftermath of 9/11.
The family of Mia Reeves, 27, said that they have contacted the police in England, the British Consulate in Tel Aviv, and EasyJet, the airline their daughter was flying.
By BEN HARTMAN
Investigation to ensure inclusion of up-to-date info in licensing considerations.
Leader of the Islamic Movement’s Northern Branch in Israel apparently appears as guest speaker at a Manchester meeting of the Palestine Forum in Britain.
British PM Cameron is expected to announce exclusion orders aimed at barring citizens from re-entering UK if they are suspected of fighting with Isalmists in Mideast.
David Cameron tweets: “As one of Israel’s firmest friends, the UK looks forward to working with the new government.”
UJIA director Michael Wegier made it very clear to The Jerusalem Post that his group is “an apolitical organization that takes no position on UK or Israeli politics” whatsoever.
British queen awards Ben-Gurion University president.
By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH
Netanyahu posted a congratulatory message to Cameron on Twitter early Friday afternoon, and called him personally on Saturday night.
By HERB KEINON
Israel began to pick up the pieces from the crushing blow it was dealt by Wales.
By ALLON SINAI
The Welsh, looking for a place in a major finals for the first time since 1958, knocked Israel from the top of the group.
Cameron told the British parliament that London would pressure both Israel and the Palestinian Authority to resume negotiations.
New Frost Scholarship Program is designated for Israeli students interested in pursuing Master’s degrees in the sciences, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) subjects.
By Lidar Gravé-Lazi
Quarrey once served as private secretary to former British Prime Minister Tony Blair.
Latest initiative is a reaction to what they termed “the Palestinian catastrophe” in Gaza.
The tenders envisage construction in a number of locations, including near the flashpoint West Bank city of Hebron, and several enclaves in the highly sensitive Jerusalem area.
By JPOST.COM STAFF,REUTERS
Blavatnik Family Foundation provides funds that will enable appointment of three fellows a year.
Luzon's career reaches new landmark.
Arson is suspected as police continue to search for suspects in and around Jerusalem's French Hill neighborhood.
By DANIEL K. EISENBUD
Ahead of the Jerusalem Post Diplomatic Conference, the Post's Greer Fay Cashman is meeting some of the leading foreign ambassadors currently serving in Israel.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
A father-son entrepreneurial team from the United Kingdom hopes to sway the world's major gas and oil players to set their sights on the growing Israeli natural gas market.
Ahead of parliamentary elections in the United Kingdom, MP Lee Scott appeals to British citizens living in Israel to make their vote count.
By AVIRAM ZINO/MAARIV HASHAVUA
Spanish ‘Granta’ editor Valerie Miles, here for the Book Fair and the release of the second Israeli issue of the magazine, talks about why the short-story format is suited to the digital age.
By BARRY DAVIS
Many Jews worked their way up in the rag trade from peddling to storekeeping to wholesaling, but more successfully in the US than Britain.
By GLENN C. ALTSCHULER
After a decade traveling the world, the ‘Für Das Kind’ Kindertransport exhibition finds a permanent home in Vienna.
There are clear demarcations of cat colonies, whose character is reflected in Jewish populations.
By DAVID BRUMMER
A British troupe brings Shakespeare’s ‘3D thinking’ to life in theaters around the world, including to audiences that understand little English.
EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini proposed an Italian diplomat as the bloc's special representative to the Middle East.
Blair has realized that his high-profile role is no longer appropriate, according to sources close to situation.
Mevlut Cavusoglu says individual was caught who allegedly helped London schoolgirls who fled Britain to join Islamic State last month.
British police and the girls' families have issued urgent appeals for their daughters to return home after they flew to Istanbul from London on Feb. 17.
Childhood friends describe Mohammed Emwazi, better known as the British-accented ISIS executioner, as ordinary "boy next door."
British citizen is believed to be responsible for beheading of 3 Americans and 2 Britons.
The Muslim Charities Forum has acted as an umbrella group for Muslim aid organizations that operate in 71 countries, with a combined income of £108 million.
France confirms likelihood of a French citizen appearing in Sunday's ISIS' beheading video, hours after British citizen identifies son in same video.
The BBC is not a tabloid channel like CNN, Sky or FOX – many of which, especially the right-wing FOX News channel, have their own political slants.
By DAVID NEWMAN
Debate is the vehicle through which the world changes; if people don’t rationally defend their arguments, then the world would be governed by and ingenuity and creativity would be stifled.
By JOEL COHEN
Polls are notoriously suspect and it remains to be seen whether the Jewish community will indeed transfer their vote in the way that has been indicated.
The UK’s election alternatives on Israel would seem to be between decent but ignorant and thus incoherent on the one hand, and poisonous, existentially agonized and lethal on the other.
By MELANIE PHILLIPS
UNRWA’s stewardship of the stateless Palestinians, as well as its role in creating their unique designation as “refugees” in the first place, has long been a cause for concern.
Purveyors of terrorism should not benefit from medical tourism. Even in the strange world of November 2014.
By LIAT COLLINS