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!

A l'chaim to Prince Charles, a Neo-Nazi who moved to Israel to convert to Judaism and the launch of our latest interfaith campaign are among this week's top reads...

The Prince of Wales is greeted by pupils during his visit to Yavneh College in Borehamwood
The Prince of Wales is greeted by pupils during his visit to Yavneh College in Borehamwood

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 a l’chaim to Prince Charles on his 70th birthday, a Neo-Nazi who moved to Israel to convert to Judaism, Borehamwood stem cell donor nominated for Anthony Nolan supporters’ award and the launch of our 21 faith leaders for the 21st century campaign…

1) Prince Charles at 70: How he has gone above and beyond to support Anglo-Jewry – On the 70th birthday of the heir to the throne, UK Jewish leaders hail the future king’s backing for the community


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2) Neo-Nazi moved to Israel in ‘Judaism conversion bid’ – Adam Thomas, a self-confessed Holocaust denier, who named his baby after Hitler, said he wanted to convert so he could join the Israeli army

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3) Senior imam says Mitzvah Day has given ‘new dimension’ to interfaith work – Religious and political leaders praise Jewish community’s annual day of good deeds as it celebrates a decade

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4) Tom Hanks joins rally in honour of Pittsburgh synagogue shooting victims
– Hollywood star and Michael Keaton among hundreds of people who took part in a march in memory of the 11 people killed in massacre

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5) Borehamwood stem cell donor nominated for Anthony Nolan supporters’ award – Business consultant who donated twice, ran a marathon and held an auction for the charity is now up for Donor Champion Award

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6) SS St Louis passenger: ‘Canada’s apology speaks to refugees of today’ – As Canada apologises to the 900 Jewish refugees from Nazi Germany who were turned away in 1939, Francine Wolfisz hears the incredible story of the youngest passenger on board

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7) 21 faith leaders for the 21st century – #Interfaith21 – Jewish News, British Muslim TV, The Church Times and Coexist House have joined forces to celebrate 21 young leaders who champion dialogue and break down barriers

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