25/2: Look Back in Anger
Mark Birbeck writes that people are entitled to be angry, and they are entitled to want to discuss what exactly Islamism is, since it is a challenge for all of us. Join us in London on February 25th, to say 'No to Terror'.
The Two Stories of the Amy Winehouse Statue
There were two stories on Monday, both about the statue of Amy Winehouse in London's Camden Market, her Star of David necklace, and a pro-Palestinian sticker. The first story–and by far the most widely covered–featured the understandable outrage that a sticker from last weekend's
Discussion: UNRWA and the Palestinian Refugees: A History within History
Susannah D, an ex-UNICEF, EU and WHO consultant, and now a UK civil servant, introduced an important article from 2010, which looked at UNRWA's role in perpetuating the plight of Palestinian refugees.
Review: The Zone of Interest
Mark Birbeck reviews The Zone of Interest.
German Right and Left United in Attacking Israel
Sabine Beppler-Spahl reports from Germany, that left and right are singing from the same song sheet when it comes to anti-Semitism and attacks on Israel.
2024-02-03: Our Fight Newsletter
4/2: Rape Is Not Resistance
Mark Birbeck urges anyone who would stand for women's rights, to join the 7/10 Human Chain protest in central London on 4/2.
This Most Important of Important Days
Mark Birbeck writes that on the first Holocaust Memorial Day after 7/10, it is more important than ever to argue that the Holocaust was a unique event, built on anti-Semitism.
21/1: Manchester March Against Anti-Semitism
Join us in Manchester as we support their march against anti-Semitism.
You Can't Ban Hate
David Axe suggests that banning Hizb ut-Tahrir may hide more pressing problems.
14/1: Stand With Israel
It's important to mark 100 days since the 7/10 pogrom with an unequivocal call for solidarity with Israel, and it's right to defend itself. Join the London rally on 14/1.
Accusing Israel of Genocide: South Africa's Spurious Claims
It's a new low when the corrupt ANC government is cheered on in the ICJ, just so long as it is anti-Israel, writes Sharmini Brookes, in South Africa.
Civilisation v. Barbarism
It's Not About History
Mark Birbeck says we have an opportunity to talk to our young people during the holidays, about the reality of the 10/7 pogrom, without the influence of decolonising academics.
Ask Hounslow Council to Reinstate Jewish Living Experience Exhibition
Simon McKeon writes that Hounslow Council needs to quickly overturn its decision to cancel the annual Jewish Living Experience exhibition.
In Celebration of the Kibbutz
Beverley Marshal writes of the joy of the kibbutz, and its role in rebuilding a sense of humanity in the shadow of 7.10.