In case you missed it…seven must-read stories from the past week!
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In case you missed it…seven must-read stories from the past week!

Tributes paid to Holocaust Surivor Josef Perl, Rachel Riley's online abuse over Jeremy Corbyn and Tel Aviv hosting next year's Eurovision are among this week's top reads...

Josef Perl
Josef Perl

Relive the past week on jewishnews.co.uk with our top-seven must-read stories from the past seven days…

Scroll down to read our pick of this week’s stories, which included tributes paid to Holocaust Surivor Josef Perl, Rachel Riley’s online abuse over Jeremy Corbyn, Luciana Berger receiving the Jo Cox award for fighting hate crime and Tel Aviv to host next year’s Eurovision…

1) Tributes paid to Holocaust survivor Josef Perl who survived seven camps –Survivor who dedicated his life to educating others about the horrors of the Shoah passes away aged 88

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2) Ken Loach, Roger Waters and Brian Eno urge Israel Eurovision boycott in letter – More than 140 entertainers urge a snub of the Jewish state when it hosts the international singing competition in May

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3) Countdown star Rachel Riley reveals online abuse over Jeremy Corbyn criticism – TV presenter branded ‘Tory, brainwashed and thick’ for criticising Jeremy Corbyn’s approach in the row over Jew-hate

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4) Activist who daubed ‘Free Palestine’ at Warsaw Ghetto quits Momentum panel event – Jeremy Corbyn support group criticised after inviting anti-Israel activist Ewa Jasiewicz to speak at its conference in Liverpool

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5) Eurovision Song Contest will be held in Tel Aviv when Israel hosts Organisers confirm the international singing competition will take place in the Israeli coastal city, not as initially suggested in Jerusalem.

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6) Lord Sugar: If Corbyn becomes PM ‘that will be the day Britain died’ 
Apprentice host says the Labour leader ‘did not give two hoots about the Jewish community’, as one peer after another criticises Jeremy Corbyn

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7) Luciana Berger receives Jo Cox award for fighting hate crime – Labour MP recognised for her work challenging racism and intolerance during awards ceremony media partnered by Jewish News

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