Conspiracy theories about Israel are popular across British schools. How can we change this?
Standing up to the boycotters in Scotland.
In this month's print edition, we have the amazing story of a remarkable hairstylist, reactions to Pillar of Defence and much, much more.
Gil Messing was interviewed by British media outlets during Pillar of Defence. What insights did he come to?
The operation in Gaza did not cloud British-Israeli relations, but then came the Bibi government's declarations.
Artists who perform in Israel see their Facebook pages become political battlegrounds, but there is still hope.
Saul Zadka looks back at the people he's denounced and the prophecies he's made over 200 columns for Alondon.
This month we talk to Batsheva's dancers and round-up the Israeli films at London's festivals, while we prepare for a triple anniversary next month.
From boycotters to spies to universities, Saul Zadka explores the current state of British-Israeli relations.
From Israelis at the Olympics to a politician's wife in the scouts, we've got it all in the print edition of Alondon this month.
Saul Zadka gives us his take on recent events in the UK, from a "martyr" from West London to the BBC's rare apology.
I'm British, I'm Muslim and I'm proud to say that I am a Zionist; it's not very often you'll hear this phrase, but if I can go from wanting to see the destruction of Israel and the Jews to where I am now, I know change is possible.
Hello my Londoner friends. Usually this time of year in Israel is the best. Not quite summer, charming spring days and after Shavuot when no one is putting up with family get-togethers, only the happiness of a supreme Galilee cheese. This is the time when I gained my qualification in the Israeli health system. After my wife being hospitalised three times in the best ICUs of the best hospitals, I am a tad discouraged.
Saul Zadka brings us his take on recent developments in Britain, from the news that 66% of Britons are not too fond of Israel to the life-changing Israeli invention that helped a paralysed woman complete the London Marathon - while the boycotters were nowhere to be seen.
Dear readers, we debate Israel's past, present and future with two leading historians, we talk to Tzvika Levy, who's made caring for "lone soldiers" his life's mission, and look at four Israeli filmmakers who've chosen to make their mark in London. All this and much more in Alondon this month.
A 2010 report from the Institute for Jewish Policy Research (JPR) found that 82% of British Jews saw Israel as "central" or "important" to their Jewish identities, 95% had visited Israel and 72% described themselves as Zionists. It's frankly bizarre that a community which expresses such strong emotional and political attachment to Israel doesn't show the same attachment to the Israelis in its midst.
Dear readers, this month we ask whether London or Tel Aviv is better for cycling, and look at a pair of Israeli women - one a comic, the other a singer - currently treading the boards in London to great acclaim.
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- You make us so proud. May Allah bless your efforts for building bridges for peace.
Khurshid Drabu (2012-09-17 18:34:20) Commented on A Time For Reflection
- I suggest that the Israelis go home, it is better there.
moshe (2012-06-15 16:15:14) Commented on British Jews And Israelis In Britain
- If not for your writing this topic could be very covnoulted and oblique.
Betsey (2011-12-07 17:45:52) Commented on Israeli Press Review