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Richard Ferrer has been editor of Jewish News since 2009. As one of Britain's leading Jewish voices he writes for The Times, Independent, New Statesman and many other titles. Richard previously worked at the Daily Mail, Daily Mirror, edited the Boston Jewish Advocate and created the Channel 4 TV series Jewish Mum Of The Year.

Welcome to the latest hour-long action-packed episode of The Jewish Viewsfrom The Jewish News!

Britain’s BIGGEST Jewish newspaper’s LOUDEST Jewish weekly podcast!

 

This week’s podcast includes a paper review with Editor of The Jewish News, Richard Ferrer.

We discuss a week of hell in France for Jews, where the situation has become so bad that community leaders have suggested people should not wear a kipper. This follows a politician being stabbed to death, a Jewish man being attacked with a machete, and ex-President, Nicholas Sarkozy, saying “We do not want French Jews to leave France because they are afraid.. We did not fight the Nazis to force the Jews to run to Israel 70 years later.”

We also discuss Fabian Hamilton’s promotion, and commitment to supporting Israel in Jeremy Corbyn’s shadow cabinet, and David Cameron’s intention to celebrate the centenary of The Balfour Declaration,

The Jewish Views also speaks to featured guests, Rabbi Jeremy Conway from Kosher London Beth Din, who tells us about The Really Jewish Food Guide 2016, Ros Berwald talks about her book ‘Shot To Death With Pearls‘, Neil Martin from Jewish Lads and Girls Brigade talks about gathering memories from World War I and on The Schmooze we discuss how sensitive we are as a community.

Plus Dr Joseph Berke talks about his book ‘The Hidden Freud: His Hasidic Roots’ and on The Jewish Schmooze we discuss tikkun olam.

AND we speak to Hertfordshire’s newly-crowed Young Entrepreneur of The Year!

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