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BBUK Ukraine Crisis Appeal – please help

To our supporters For many years B’nai B’rith has been involved with our Jewish brethren in Ukraine. In Kyiv, helping to feed the elderly and providing them with medicines has been a mainstay for these very poor people. In Odessa[...]

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B’rith B’rith UK condemns new Amnesty report

B’rith B’rith UK condemns in the strongest terms the recent report produced by Amnesty International UK on ‘Israel’s apartheid against Palestinians’. Israel is a vibrant and pluralistic democracy guided by the rule of law and one whose founding principles reject[...]

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BBC response to complaint over coverage of Chanukah attack in London

The BIA has received a response to its complaint to the BBC from the Head of the Executive Complaints Unit (ECU). We are reviewing the response and will decide on further action. Attached to the letter was the ECU’s report[...]

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Bureau of International Affairs meets with French Embassy

Members of the Bureau had a meeting on 27 January with Ministre Conseiller/ Deputy Head of Mission Gerrit van Rossum of the French embassy (second from left). The BIA discussed the alarming fall out from the failure to put Sarah[...]

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BBUK’s greetings to Her Majesty on the occasion of her Platinum Jubilee

 On behalf of BBUK, National President Alan Miller has written to congratulate HM the Queen on the occasion of her Platinum Jubilee[...]

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Bureau of International Affairs meets with Ambassador of Senegal

Members of the BBUK Bureau had an online meeting on 20 January with HE Dr. Fatimata Dia, the Ambassador of Senegal to the UK. The Bureau discussed the growing ties between Israel and Senegal, in particular co-operation in the fields[...]

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BBUK represented at CAA protest rally outside Broadcasting House

Last night, Jeremy Havardi represented B’nai B’rith UK at the protest rally organised by Campaign Against Antisemitism (CAA) outside Broadcasting House in London. At the rally, CAA Chief Executive Gideon Falter demanded that the BBC provide evidence to support its[...]

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