Legal battle against BDS in the U.K. is like 'trying to shoot back against a juggernaut with a pea shooter,' says chair of U.K. Lawyers for Israel
Daniella Peled is editor of the Institute for War and Peace Reporting and has written widely from across the Middle East and Afghanistan.
Monday's vehicle-ramming incident outside Finsbury Park mosque came hours after numerous interfaith iftars across U.K
Analysis London Mosque Attack: Strong Public Solidarity Amid Fears of More Islamist and Far-right Violence
The attack on Muslim worshippers is unlikely to divide the UK's diverse communities, but it's highlighted the fact that Islamist terrorism is not the only threat the country faces
Whether May or Corbyn wins this week's general election, they'll interpret the series of recent terror attacks as having a decisive effect, but this will be a convenient fiction
It's hard to think of a clearer sign of the massive and rapid damage Trump has done to decades-old partnerships than Merkel's devastating speech
Trump condemns 'evil losers' behind attack ■ Netanyahu: Enlightened nations must cooperate to defeat terror ■ Man arrested in connection to attack, BBC reports
Analysis Ariana Grande Concert Blast: Manchester Attack to Highlight Security Credentials Ahead of U.K. Vote
Incumbent premier Theresa May, a previous home secretary, has been focusing on 'strong and stable' leadership, while Corbyn might find himself at distinct disadvantage
Ex-London Mayor Ken Livingstone, who has been accused of anti-Semitism since the early 1980s, has been suspended from the party for a year, but more punishment might be in store.
Despite repeated remarks that cause offense and consternation in the Jewish community, former London mayor Ken Livingstone was merely suspended for a time, rather than expelled from the Labour Party as many expected he would be.
Londoners are calm and carrying on, with no thanks to ignorant anti-immigrant commentary by the White House and its British surrogates, nor self-serving advice from Jerusalem.