Jewishness is in my bones, but I don’t want to make that much of a fuss about my ethnicity.
The Board of Deputies of British Jews and Faith Matters plan to hold an exhibition this year recognising the contribution by Muslims who saved Jews during the Holocaust. The gesture is overdue.
How can religious divisions be overcome in order to fight racism?
Why have the 1947 riots been forgotten?
The author on his childhood, his parents' life in the East End and where he parted from Christopher Hitchens in talking about his identity.
The allure of Jewish food.
No more nightmares: Jemima Khan talks to Eva Schloss.
Rachel Cooke suspects the novelty of a transsexual Chloë Sevigny will wear off.
Wes Anderson is out in the open and back on form, writes Ryan Gilbey.
Rachel Lichtenstein grew up inside the secret jewellery world of Hatton Garden
The extraordinary story of Daddy Long Legs and his forgotten sister.
American Jewish writers flourish, but Englishness and Jewishness seem mutually contradictory.
Next they’ll be calling me a “British writer”.
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