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 top grades for our A-Level students, widows of the Munich Olympic massacre brandishing Jeremy Corbyn ‘cruel and malicious’, two Israeli investors scooping a £125,000 Dragons Den investment and Rabbi Lord Sacks set to present a week-long Radio 4 series…
1) A-level results 2018: Jewish students buck national trend with record success – Across the board Jewish schools record outstanding results amid tougher exams
2) EXCLUSIVE: Munich Olympics massacre widows brand Corbyn ‘cruel and malicious’ – Families of Israeli athletes murdered at the Munich Olympics condemn the Labour leader amid claims he took part in a ceremony honouring the terrorists who killed their loved ones.
3) Watch: Judge Rinder moved to tears by Ben Helfgott in Who Do You Think You Are? – The pair were united at Schlieben, a sub-camp of Buchenwald, where TV star’s grandfather endured forced labour
4) Two Israeli investors scoop £125,000 Dragons Den investment – Entrepreneurs Yosi Romano and Ziv Leinwand walk away with a deal from Touker Suleyman for their device to protect babies in prams from pollution
5) Rabbi Lord Sacks to present week-long Radio 4 series on morality – Former chief rabbi will take to the airwaves to speak about moral dilemmas in the 21st century, ranging from social media to artificial intelligence
6) Stamford Hill man jailed for hoax bomb threat in bid to catch plane – Jacob Meir Abdellak was running late for a flight from Gatwick to Los Angeles, so he decided to call the police to report a threat.
7) Gordon Brown: Corbyn ‘has got to change’ to address anti-Semitism concerns – Former Prime Minister hits out at the Labour leader for allowing the issue to become a ‘running sore’ that needs to be dealt with immediately