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  • Arrest risk minimized, Ayalon visits Britain

    Israel’s deputy foreign minister is visiting Britain after receiving assurances from the British government that he is not at risk of arrest.

  • Britain logs record number of anti-Semitic incidents

    Israel’s Gaza operation last winter spurred a record number of anti-Semitic attacks in Britain during the past year.

  • Hamas helping British lawyers target Israel

    Hamas acknowledged that it masterminded the campaign to pursue war crimes cases against Israeli politicians and military officials in Britain and other European countries.

  • Britain eyeing ways to avoid warrants

    Britain is exploring ways to enable Israeli politicians to visit without the threat of an arrest warrant or legal action by pro-Palestinian groups.

  • Supreme Court: London Jewish school discriminated

    A Jewish school in London discriminated against a child denied entrance because his mother was not recognized as Jewish, Britain’s Supreme Court said.

  • London court issues, cancels Livni warrant

    A court in London issued, and then canceled, an arrest warrant against Israel’s opposition leader at the request of pro-Palestinian activists.

  • U.K. appoints first Jewish ambassador to Israel

    The British government has for the first time appointed a Jewish diplomat to be its ambassador to Israel.

  • British government urges supermarkets to label products from Israeli settlements

    The British government advised supermarket chains to label clearly all products from Israeli settlements in the West Bank and the Golan Heights.

  • Palestinian group staging supermarket boycott

    A pro-Palestinian group is staging a weeklong protest at two British supermarket chains to force them to stop selling Israeli products.

  • British paper claims Ahmadinejad born Jewish

    The author of a book on Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is refuting a British newspaper report that the Iranian president was born to a Jewish family that converted to Islam.