Largely unknown at home, Nicholas Winton, now one-hundred-five, saved hundreds of Czech Jewish children through kindertransports just before the war. (With video.)
In cooperation with police, an ultra-Orthodox “citizens’ patrol” has been fighting crime in the heavily Jewish Stamford Hill neighborhood—successfully.
The decision of the new British chief rabbi to attend a non-denominational conference is a courageous act—which says much about the sorry state of British Orthodoxy.
A new exhibition on the relationship between Jews and soccer at London’s Jewish Museum explores the history of Anglo-Jewry’s other religion.
The long-term demographic decline of British Jewry has ended, but only because one sub-group has burgeoned while the other continues to shrink.
A descendant of Jews, Justin Welby will soon visit Israel as Archbishop of Canterbury, heralding, perhaps, improved relations between the Anglican Church and the Jewish state.
Since the 1970s, South Africa's Jewish community has declined from 120,000 to 73,000 souls as its members increasingly migrate to Australia, Israel, America, and England.