A female rabbi argues that Jewish women should not be denied an equal portion of participation.
Jewishness is in my bones, but I don’t want to make that much of a fuss about my ethnicity.
How can religious divisions be overcome in order to fight racism?
On the epic Anglo-Jewish journey from ghetto outsiders to football insiders.
The Labour leader recalls how he imbibed Jewish history from his mother and father.
The cover and contents from this week's special issue.
Anthony Julius and David J Goldberg debate.
British Jews are beginning what will be a long and painful process – to recognise the existence of pluralism on Israel, says Keith Kahn-Harris.
Contrary to the “clannish” stereotype, dissent comes naturally to Jewish people in Britain, says David Cesarani.
The author on his childhood, his parents' life in the East End and where he parted from Christopher Hitchens in talking about his identity.