A Palestinian teen who tried to stab an Israeli woman in the West Bank was run over and shot to death. Her father, imam of the refugee camp where she grew up, says his daughter was 'responding to the occupation.'04:30 28.11.15 | 0 comments
She was a fantastic singer. She was British and, like most Britons today, she probably had no religious beliefs. She was descended from a Jewish community that had suffered because of their religion - and that is what should be the interest of the museum. But it seems odd that they should seek out evidence of her own rteligious faith. As far as I can see the majority of jews in the "Jewish State" have no obvious religious beliefs. Surely the success to be celebrated is that, after centuries of exclusion, a nice jewish girl could integrate into and become a star of the UK popular music scene. Outside the museum we are celebrating her enormous talent - with no thought for her religion or parentage!