OPINION: Uighurs’ plight touches the rawest Jewish nerve
After 75 years, the two tonnes of human hair piled up to the ceiling in Auschwitz is disintegrating. Only the tightly bound children’s plaits retain their shape. The Nazis, who were big on euphemisms, called their depraved plunder “human recycling” and used it to make military socks and blankets. I couldn’t shake the vision of… Continue reading
Newspaper editor and publisher with 30-years’ experience at national and local titles in the UK and USA including the Daily Mail, Daily Mirror and Jewish Advocate. Editor of Jewish News (Free Weekly Newspaper of the Year 2021/22) since 2009. Columnist for The Times, Daily Telegraph, New Statesman, Independent and others.