Stamford Hill, London – 6. Is there a future in Stamford Hill for Jewish people

Walking around here, most of the synagogues are pretty small, like a converted regular house.

Free magazine for the UK Jewish community.

What troubles me about this area, is Stamford Hill’s relative distance to Finsbury Park which has a large mosque that radical teaching that went unchallenged for a while.

I still think Israel is the right natural home for the Jewish people, despite being a tiny nation, more of the desert could be built ready for more Jewish families to come sometime soon.

Stamford Hill, London – 1. Long Walk – 2. Different religious places – 3. UK HQ of Chabad – 4. Shabbos in Chassidic Jewish Stamford Hill – 5. Extreme oddball fringe group Neturei Karta – 6. Is there a future in Stamford Hill

5 comments on “Stamford Hill, London – 6. Is there a future in Stamford Hill for Jewish people

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