Good journalists are endlessly curious and should be endlessly enthusiastic. My features run the gamut from politics to travel writing. They all have one thing in common – to transmit that enthusiasm to the reader.

British Jews on rollercoaster relationship with Miliband

British Jewry shares roller coaster ride with Jewish potential PM | The Times of Israel 05/05/2015 11:10 Last-minute efforts to woo the community make sense given new study saying Jewish vote could influence close race in 20 constituencies BY JENNI FRAZER May 5, 2015, 12:28 am LONDON — If British Jewry had to describe its […]

  • 5 May, 2015

New Palestinian play worries UK community

The Siege play tour by Jenni Frazer for Times of Israel April 27 2015 British Jews are once again bracing themselves for attacks on Israel with a month-long tour of a new play by the Freedom Theatre of Palestine, “The Siege”. The theatre company, based in the West Bank town of Jenin, has devised the […]

  • 27 April, 2015

March of the Living

For the Jewish News April 17 – 24 2015 March of the Living April 2015 for Jewish News by Jenni Frazer At the airport, Ziggy Shipper, a scarcely believable 85, flirts with anyone within arm’s reach. In just a week in Poland, Ziggy, once a native of Lodz and now as proud a Briton as […]

  • 20 April, 2015

Belsen liberation remembered

For the Times of Israel April 17 2015 Belsen/March of the Living for Times of Israel April 17 2015 by Jenni Frazer The voices, frail and quavering, were singing a familiar melody – but the words were not the same. Over a timespan of 70 years and a lifetime of pain, suffering and survival, British […]

  • 20 April, 2015

Yiddish singer brings to life voices silenced by the Holocaust

BY JENNI FRAZER for the Times of Israel April 5, 2015 LONDON — For Israelis and Anglos alike, Bente Kahan’s multi-lingual abilities are a thing of wonder. Born and raised in Norway, a graduate in performing arts at Tel Aviv University and at New York’s American Musical and Dramatic Academy, the actress and singer lives […]

  • 6 April, 2015

Is that Elijah? No, it’s the cab driver

Interfaith Seder for Jewish News issue April 3 2015 by Jenni Frazer It was, perhaps, only at an interfaith Seder, with much giggling, that it could have been suggested that the fiercely atheist Richard Dawkins might be a shoo-in to star as Pharaoh in a re-enactment of the Ten Plagues. In a remarkable demonstration of […]

  • 1 April, 2015

Advocates for Israel at We Believe

Advocates for Israel Jewish News March 27 2015 by Jenni Frazer One of Israel’s most persuasive advocates, Dr Einat Wilf, told the Jewish News this week that she would be in favour of “a mechanism allowing diaspora Jews more of a voice” in the future of Israel. Dr Wilf, who gave two presentations at the […]

  • 26 March, 2015

Labour Friends of Israel at We Believe

Labour Friends of Israel Jewish News March 27 Shadow cabinet minister Ivan Lewis was sharply critical of a minority in the Jewish community in a well-attended session on the Labour Party and Israel at Sunday’s We Believe in Israel conference. Sitting with MP Dame Anne McGuire, former MP for Hendon Andrew Dismore, and the director […]

  • 26 March, 2015

UK debate on religious slaughter

UK debate on ritual slaughter mobilises Muslims and Jews 80 per cent of Muslim halal meat is pre-stunned, said one British MP at Monday’s parliamentary debate. So why can’t the Jewish community do the same?BY JENNI FRAZER February 24, 2015, Times of Israel LONDON — For the second time in three months, British MPs have […]

  • 26 February, 2015

Derision at cultural boycott

Jewish-led UK artists’ boycott greeted with derision | The Times of Israel http://www.timesofisrael.com/jewish-led-uk-artists-boycott-greeted-with-derision/ 1/3 Jewish-led UK artists’ boycott greeted with derision The cultural boycott, led by celebrities Mike Leigh and Peter Kosminsky, decried for offensive timing and racist views BY JENNI FRAZER February 17, 2015, 3:30 pm LONDON — In the wake of the Copenhagen […]

  • 18 February, 2015