Stop the Massacre in Gaza

Stop the Massacre in Gaza

24 July 2014: 26 July 2014, 11.30am St Mary Abbots Church , on the corner of Kensington High Street and Kensington Church Street, diagonally opposite Kensington High Street tube station, London W8 4LA

All out for Gaza!

16 July 2014: National demonstration Saturday 19th July 2014

Stand with the millions, not the millionaires!

7 July 2014: Public Sector Strike, 10th July 2014

Thousands protest in Tel Aviv against collective punishment

6 July 2014: Gush Shalom – the Israeli Peace Bloc – has joined with other campaigners in demonstrations in Tel Aviv under the slogan: "No to escalation. No to revenge".

Stepping Out Together

20 July 2014: Amazing the friends you meet when you share a hatred. Captured on camera in Croydon in July 2013 when they joined a march against "terrorists" and Muslims. We don't know the name of the young man in the Kahanist tee shirt. But the older man with him is Holocaust denier Richard Edmonds. Never again? He said it never happened the first time.

How ADL got caught in Apartheid spy case

20 July 2014: America's well-known Jewish "anti-defamation" body was caught using moonlighting cops in a murky spying operation that had little to do with protecting Jews and even targeted some of them. We don't know what lessons were learned from this episode by the ADL, or by some of its opponents.

Rebel Music

18 July 2014: "It is a measure of the cultural and political crisis within Israeli Society that its most famous singer struggles to get her songs past the radio censors and has refused to perform in the country for the last three years." (A 2005 review on Chava Alberstein)

Howard’s Bend

18 July 2014: Novelist Howard Jacobson attacked the motives of those who condemned Israeli onslaughts on Gaza, and his prize-winning book 'The Finkler Question' savagely caricatured Jewish critics. Jacobson was feted by some journals, but Deborah Maccoby, who reviewed the book for Jewish Socialist, was not impressed,

A life for the struggle

18 July 2014: Henry Suss and the Jewish Working Class of Manchester and Salford. interviews with Dave Chapple.

Uri Avnery’s Column: The Atrocity

16 July 2014: Gush Shalom: 12/07/14 Bombs are raining on Gaza and rockets on Southern Israel, people are dying and homes are being destroyed. Again.

What we owe to Balfour

15 July 2014: How much does Israel owe to 'the Lord', and how much to Lord Balfour? On the 90th anniversary of the famous Declaration, Charlie Pottins looked at .some of the history of interests and motivations behind it

Protest: Stop the bombing, Stop the killing, Free Palestine

11 July 2014: 11 July 2014, 5.30pm Israeli Embassy, High Street Kensington, London W8 4QB

The Adventures of a Pesakh Haggadah

8 July 2014: At Pesakh, the Passover, it is traditional to read from a special book, the Haggadah, about the liberation of the slaves from Egypt. Each of us is commended to think as though we personally were among those liberated. Over the centuries there have been several Haggadot which gave the story contemporary meaning. But a JSG member who went to Bosnia during the war there heard about one particular centuries-old Haggadah whose adventures have become a legend of its own.

JSG Resolution on Peace and Freedom in the Middle East

8 July 2014: This resolution was adopted by the JSG's annual general meeting held on Sunday, July 6, 2014

Triangle Fire:The Tragedy That Goes On

6 July 2014: Not long ago a JSG meeting heard from Bangladeshi garment workers' union delegates, touring to raise awareness among trades unionists and consumers. Like the East End sweatshops of yesteryear, Asian garment factories supply the West End stores. But exploitation is not all that links our histories. Each new factory disaster in which workers are killed reminds us of what befell jewish and other immigrant workers in New York, one day in 1911.

Dybbuk:  Tears of the Merry Widow

25 June 2014: Jewish Socialist's diarist Dybbuk discovered some interesting background on the English Defence League's rich American aunt

Faraging for votes among the discontented

24 June 2014: The Left knows how to respond to movements that are clearly fascist, but how should it confront a populist party that exploits racism but presents itself as pro-democracy and anti-establishment? Don Flynn offers an approach

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