Jenni Frazer, The Times of Israel

Jenni Frazer

The Times of Israel

Mountain View, CA, United States

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Past articles by Jenni:

First Arab woman deputy Knesset speaker on ‘deep change’ in Israeli society

Ghaida Rinawie-Zoabi told the Abraham Initiatives UK Friends there had been '“fundamental social and economic' in the Arab community → Read More

BBC puts dramatic twist on true story of brawling Jews vs. fascists in ’60s UK

Airing Sundays, 'Ridley Road' is a fictionalized look at the real-life antisemites who threatened British Jewry, and the Jewish toughs who beat some sense into them → Read More

How Nazi-looted treasures ended up in a Jewish-owned collection

After antiques are donated to the Victoria and Albert Museum, their 'concealed histories' were exposed, along with how much was known about their acquisition → Read More

UK chief rabbi axes educator after she receives Orthodox rabbinic ordination

Ephraim Mirvis reportedly tells Rabba Dr. Lindsey Taylor-Guthartz his hands are tied when firing her from 16-year position at Orthodox school, saying he must toe the Orthodox line → Read More

JN INVESTIGATION: How UK gives annual nod to hate-filled Palestinian education

Teaching maths by adding up ‘martyrs’ who murder Jews. Jewish News lifts the lid on how £105m of UK taxpayers’ money has funded incitement in Palestinian schools since 2016. → Read More

Remember Lea, Deddie, Annie and David – children’s ID tags found at Sobibor

Harrowing details of four youngsters aged between six and 12 reduces archaeologists to tears during excavation of infamous site in Poland. → Read More

Dating, zits and bigotry: UK’s 1st YA novel to cover anti-Semitism gets it right

When Keren David was approached about breaking ground on a tough topic, the hit author and journalist had concerns. But 'What We're Scared Of,' out this week, is right on key → Read More

Note in murdered boy’s shoe lets Auschwitz Museum match with father’s briefcase

Researchers discover that a barely visible number scrawled on Ludwig Steinberg's valise corresponds to transport number of his six-year-old son Amos, killed at Auschwitz in 1944 → Read More

Leaked EU review giving high marks to PA textbooks allegedly studied wrong books

Israeli education watchdog IMPACT-se claims German report examining Palestinian schoolbooks for the UK is riddled with errors, overlooks anti-Semitism and incitement to violence → Read More

Anatomy of a rumor: London U says Hebrew year abroad not nixed, despite reports

After online criticism over dorms on 'occupied territory,' Dr. Yair Wallach claps back at wagging tongues on both sides of the political divide, says language program will continue → Read More

Meet the new head of UK Jewry’s first-of-its-kind racial equality commission

As US-inspired racial justice protests sweep the world, the British Board of Deputies assigns Stephen Bush to listen to British Jews of color and implement policy change → Read More

BBC dramatizes birth of Israeli nation in ‘balanced’ new 10-part radio play

Out April 29, 'Miriam and Youssef' blends fact with fiction as it depicts nascent state from multiple viewpoints: a Jewish woman, her Arab neighbor, and a British Mandate official → Read More

How a fit young UK bicyclist barely came back from brink of death with COVID-19

London-based Anna Schuchman says her fitness-conscious family downplayed coronavirus risks, but when husband Dani was fighting for his life, she realized anyone can be at risk → Read More

Two ultra-Orthodox Jews die in London as coronavirus shutters most communities

While modern Orthodox and liberal communities close in fear of COVID-19, the Union of Orthodox Hebrew Congregations, an ultra-Orthodox umbrella group, continues religious services → Read More

Wild, colorful, book of portraits shatters all stereotypes of who is a Jew

Catch an Argentinian-Jewish cowboy, a murderer, tattooed Jews and more in 'Jew,' by John Offenbach, the center of a new exhibit at London's Jewish Museum through April → Read More

Virgin’s Barbie dolls on Israel flight inspires young girls to reach for the sky

Airline marked voyage to Tel Aviv by with one-of-a-kind dolls clutched by cabin crew, to highlight underrepresentation of women within aviation → Read More

After feting Virgin’s maiden voyage, Branson to meet with Israel space industry

Flamboyant travel company founder Sir Richard Branson says he's wide open for Startup Nation pitches during brief Israel stay → Read More

Drama erupts in UK as Jewish thespians claim they are cast out of roles

As edgy musical 'Falsettos' opens in London, debate known as 'Jewface' sees Britain's minority groups unite to protest lack of representation in heavily Jew-centric productions → Read More

New UK anti-Semitism adviser: Jews are the canary in the coal mine for humanity

Labour MP John Mann hopes new PM will keep him in role he was given in one of May's last acts as premier; no love lost between lawmaker and some Corbyn allies in his own party → Read More

From US to UK, veteran editor Benjamin Dreyer has the last word on English style

The Random House copy chief and self-described 'nice Jewish boy' isn't shy when it comes to proper use of grammar and punctuation -- as his new, and humorous, book can attest → Read More