I tried to make it work. But I was upstaged.
On the 100th anniversary of his birth, finding new meaning in the work of the great British theologian
In England, Birmingham’s King David Primary School has a kosher kitchen, Hanukkah celebrations, and an Orthodox rabbi leading religious education—for mostly non-Jewish pupils
With open anti-Semitism in Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour Party, and Brexit looming, some British Jews are applying for passports to Germany and other European countries their parents fled
I knew it was out there somewhere
The Labour Party’s Queen Esthers are fighting gales of abuse while hoping to save their island on Thursday from Jeremy Corbyn and his army of anti-Semitic trolls
How I sat out the Vietnam War in an English department in Manchester, England, only to come home to another battle in New York
The Romantic poet’s underappreciated collaboration with the pioneering Hebrew scholar Hyman Hurwitz made him more of a Hebraist than most readers know
Before modern conversion was widespread, Abraham Carmel, a former Anglican turned Catholic, dove into Judaism with a desire to teach its tenets, a disdain for liberalism, and a willingness to criticize the leadership that resisted his entry into the faith
As the Jewish population in this northern English city shrinks, locals hope to entice newcomers with cultural events, community involvement, and a reasonable cost of living
TheNational Union of Students, for the second time in as many tries, is apologizing once again for the omission
As a child, I hated the classes at my synagogue’s cheder. Now I send my own children there—and I’m falling in love with Sunday school for the first time.
My boyfriend’s proper English grandmother was nothing like the fast-walking, loud-talking grandmother I’d grown up with—or was she?
A new study from pollster YouGov paints a comparatively positive picture of the way Jews are perceived in the U.K. despite increasing tension in the region
British Jews making aliyah aren’t part of a trend: they’re bucking it
Britain’s Jews cope with anti-Semitic backlash triggered by Gaza operation
Peter and Martine Halban run England’s most cosmopolitan and finely curated Jewish and Middle Eastern-themed literary press
Top rabbi apologizes for using pseudonym to boost his work and join a rival rabbinic organization
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