Ofsted inspectors also found books 'where images of females had either been erased or radically changed'
Woman features in first Court of Protection case to be staged in public following launch of open-justice pilot scheme
Supporters of the change said it marked a historic show of government support for liberal streams of Judaism
Orthodox councils should be subject to scrutiny alongside sharia courts, says academic
Jewish children with no home and, soon, no parents, were not really welcome in the United States during World War II
In July 1938 fewer than 5% of Americans surveyed believed the United States should raise its immigration quotas
Jack Lunzer stumbled upon the copy of the world’s first complete printed edition of the Talmud after it had been misidentified and put in an exhibition of books belonging to Westminster Abbey
The move follows new rules requiring schools to teach two religions as part of the Religious Education GCSE exam
Dieudonné is currently under investigation for fraudulent bankruptcy
Billionaire venture capitalist admits Kristallnacht was a "terrible word" to use but defends war on the rich remarks
'I bet it pains him. Any Jew... wants to see his son marry a Jewish girl,' says politician from the ultra-orthodox Shas party
Anelka had hoped that a prominent member of the French Jewish community would speak on his defence but his 'quenelle' gesture has been labelled as 'clearly suspect' by Roger Cukierman
What is the ‘quenelle’?
The ‘quenelle' is a part-anti-Semitic, part-obscene hand gesture that has spread across France, and has sparked controversy in England since Nicolas Anelka chose the Premier League as a perfect location to demonstrate it.
The FA have been criticised with their lack of urgency in making the decision but Anelka could learn of his fate on Monday
Kick It Out criticises timescale and calls for more transparency from FA
The West Brom striker made the gesture, which some view as anti-Semitic, against West Ham