The Jewish State is fighting wars for its very survival against barbarous, genocidal foes like Hamas, Hezbollah, and Iran. But far outside the Middle East ferocious battles are being fought on the campuses of the world’s great Universities for Israel’s reputation and good name. The...
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A motion calling for blanket sanctions against Israel was rejected by the Oxford University Students’ Union.
According to the website of Britain’s Union of Jewish Students, the OUSU measure calling for the Oxford student union to boycott Israeli institutions, goods and produce...
July 6, 2012 | 10:07 am
A Jewish heritage committee in Oxford marked a medieval Jewish cemetery in the university town.
The burial site, not in use since the 1290 expulsion of the Jews from Britain, is located in the city’s Rose Garden, and was identified by Pam Manix, a historian and a member of Oxford...
November 6, 2011 | 6:39 pm
Four members of the Oxford University Conservative Association have resigned over anti-Semitism and snobbery.
The four senior members said they were quitting the assocation after members sang a song with a Nazi theme during an evening meeting billed as “port and policy,” the...
June 16, 2011 | 2:37 pm
A woman who called for circumcision to be banned is an associate of the Board of Deputies, TheJC.com reports from England.
Rebecca Steinfeld, the under-35 observer for New West End Synagogue, referred to circumcision as “male genital mutilation” in an article she co-authored in the...
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