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Statement by Jeremy Havardi B’nai B’rith UK is deeply saddened to learn of the death of Prince Phillip, the Duke of Edinburgh. The Prince had an enriching life of public service, starting in the Second World War and continuing in[...]read more
A report by Jeremy Havardi Today, B’nai B’rith UK marks Holocaust Memorial Day with a solemn reflection on the 6 million innocent Jewish lives destroyed by the Nazis and their collaborationist allies. We must never forget the appalling suffering they[...]read more
B’nai B’rith was recently made aware of an attempt by a Polish embassy employee to rehabilitate the reputation of Polish politician Wladyslaw Studnicki. Report by Jeremy Havardi[...]read more
B’nai B’rith UK is deeply disappointed at the decision to re-admit Jeremy Corbyn into the Labour Party.
B’nai B’rith UK is deeply disappointed at 18/11/20's decision to re-admit Jeremy Corbyn into the Labour Party. Mr Corbyn has refused to apologise for initially stating that antisemitism in Labour was exaggerated, offering instead a meaningless clarification of his remarks.[...]read more
Civilisation in Crisis Freedom of religion and belief is regarded as a sacrosanct foundation of any civilised society and is upheld in the UN Declaration of Human Rights. Yet millions suffer from the absence of such freedoms and are imperilled when[...]read more