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In an alpine clinic for Jewish TB sufferers, a gauche young businessman thinks himself "outside the whole world and tarnishing it". Parasitic lung patients such as himself, so Ornik wails, "should be destroyed".

Visual art review: RB Kitaj, Obsessions - The rise and fall and rise again of an embittered virtuoso

Although R B Kitaj lived in Britain for nearly 40 years, he ended up an obsessive, wounded outsider.

Israel has Moved, By Diana Pinto

A reflection on Israel focuses on the country rather than just the conflict.

Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan during a press conference in Prague, Czech Republic

Turkish PM Recep Tayyip Erdogan under fire from US after calling Zionism a 'crime against humanity'

John Kerry set to criticise PM over 'particularly offensive' comments

Chalk Talk: Why Michael Gove had better start minding his language

The law of unintended consequences has struck again. One aspect of Education Secretary Michael Gove's national curriculum review that was greeted with well nigh unanimous acclaim was the decision to make the learning of a language compulsory for children from the age of seven.

The difference between a Jew and an Israeli is no more difficult to grasp than a Catholic and an Italian

When it comes to Israel, for Lib Dems, sorry seems to be the hardest Ward

Rabbi David Hartman: Philosopher who brought a liberal approach to Judaism

Rabbi David Hartman, who died on 10 February aged 81, was one of the world's leading Jewish philosophers, who promoted Jewish pluralism and interfaith dialogue. Brooklyn-born, he brought a more liberal Judaism to the conservative brand commonplace in Israel, where he moved in 1971 after holding rabbinical posts in the US and Canada.

Café Also, 1255 Finchley Road, Golders Green, London

Restaurants and literature are such natural bedfellows, it's amazing nobody's done this before. Remember Dinner at the Homesick Restaurant by Anne Tyler? Or The Ballad of the Sad Café by Carson McCullers? Remember the little Parisian cafés where Ernest Hemingway claimed (in A Moveable Feast) he used to write when living on next to nothing in 1920s Paris?

Lib Dem MP David Ward faces fresh showdown over 'the Jews' comments

A Liberal Democrat MP has been summoned for a fresh showdown with party bosses amid an escalating row over controversial comments he made about atrocities committed by “the Jews”.

How We Met: Naomi Alderman & Margaret Atwood

'We ended up talking about whether zombies are able to love people'

Miss: Derek, 2012 onwards

TV comedy: What are you laughing at?

No subject seems taboo for increasingly edgy television comedies – except perhaps the Holocaust

Rupert Murdoch, Gerald Scarfe, and why – as a Jew – I'm dismayed by the Jewish lobby's outrage

This cartoon was provocative and grotesque, but an assault on my religion? No way

Rabbi Ephraim Padwa said that reporting the case would break rabbinic law

Senior British rabbi filmed telling alleged child abuse victim not to go to the police

A senior British rabbi has been filmed telling an alleged victim of child sexual abuse not to go to the police.

Rupert Murdoch last night personally apologised for a “grotesque, offensive” cartoon in the Sunday Times by Gerald Scarfe

Was Rupert Murdoch right to apologise for Gerald Scarfe's cartoon in the Sunday Times?

The Sunday Times has received complaints of anti-Semitism after a cartoon was published appearing to depict Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu building a brick wall containing the blood and limbs of Palestinians.

The Hall of Names at Jerusalem’s Yad Vashem Holocaust Museum

Every year on Holocaust Memorial Day, I'll light a candle. But why?

Eleanor Margolis on her mixed feelings about Holocaust Memorial Day

Leon Leyson: The youngest worker on Schindler's list

Leon Leyson: The youngest worker to be saved by Oskar Schindler

Leon Leyson was the youngest worker on Schindler's List. He was nearly 10 when Germany invaded Poland in 1939. He lost two brothers during the Holocaust but was protected by Oskar Schindler, in whose factory he was working, at the age of 13.

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