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Edna and Alan Miller wish everyone Shana Tovah

Edna and I wish Shana Tovah to all members of B’nai B’rith together with their families and friends around the world. In these most difficult and exceptionally challenging times for us all let us hope and pray for a future filled with Good health, Peace and[...]

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BBUK September’s Virtual Meetings

Date: Time: Talk: Speaker: Wednesday 2 Sept 4pm Heritage Jewish Journeys Walking with the Light: Relections on walking (with my dog) from Frankfurt to Hoek van Holland carrying home a flame from the Eternal Light of Frankfurt’s Westend Synagogue where my grandfather Dr Georg Salzberger had[...]

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BBUK Announce August Virtual Meetings

Four more virtual meetings for August. Contact ofice@bnaibrithuk.org for joining details[...]

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David Breuer-Weil Virtual Zoom Talk

The London-based artist and sculptor, David Breuer-Weil gave the most recent BBUK Zoom talk, ‘Through the Eyes of a Jewish Artist’ on Wednesday 20th May. The exceptional talk was enjoyed by approximately 70 participants who had the opportunity to learn about[...]

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BBUK announce a series of Virtual Programmes

BBUK’s Programme of Virtual Meetings Dates for your diary Sunday, 12 April, 8pm – Lyn Julius Journalist, blogger, founder of Harif and author of the highly acclaimed book Uprooted. "The British in Iraq: were they good for the Jews?" The talk will cover the[...]

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The effects of the Coronavirus on B’nai B’rith activities

This message is to wish you and your families well during the current crisis and to update you as to my thoughts on the effects of the Coronavirus on B'nai B'rith activities. I am sure that each and every one[...]

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B’nai B’rith London Bureau of International Affairs joined with Wimbledon Synagogue to host Prof. Rosemary Hollis

On the 23rd February the B’nai B’rith London Bureau of International Affairs joined with Wimbledon Synagogue to host Prof. Rosemary Hollis who spoke to a very large audience, which included members of the Quakers and Anglican communities. Her chosen topic[...]

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