"I have developed a habit when confronted by letters to the editor in support of the Israeli government to look at the signature to see if the writer has a Jewish name. If so, I tend not to read it," Richard Ingrams wrote in his July 13 column.
Coming after conferences on anti-Semitism in New York, Amsterdam, Paris and Vienna, the book, "A New Anti-Semitism? Debating Judeophobia in 21st-Century Britain," is something of a symposium unto itself.
A controversy has erupted after reports that a British charity set up to aid German Jewish refugees accepted royalties from the sale of Hitler's "Mein Kampf" -- even though the group no longer accepts the royalties.
As far as foot-and-mouth disease is concerned, it's good to be Jewish.
The latest movie from British writer-director Guy Ritchie - known both for his film "Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels" and for being the father of Madonna's newborn son, Rocco - "Snatch" is the story of the aftermath of that heist.
Heard the one about the father who told his children he was leaving their mother in order to get them to come home for Passover?