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Statement from BBUK on the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II

B’nai B’rith UK would like to express its deepest sadness at the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. We pass our condolences to her family and offer strength and support to His Majesty King Charles III. For decades, the[...]

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BBUK welcomes last night’s ceasefire between Israel and Palestinian Islamic Jihad

The following statement has been issued by Jeremy Havardi, Director of the BBUK Bureau of International Affairs: B’nai B’rith UK welcomes the ceasefire that was implemented last night between Israel and Palestinian Islamic Jihad. BBUK also recognises that the actions[...]

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Bureau attends Portcullis House

Yesterday, Tony Swabe and Jeremy Havardi from the BBUK Bureau attended a buffet reception at Portcullis House to mark a centenary since the start of the Palestine mandate. The event, organised by Christians for Israel, saw a number of historians[...]

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BBUK statement on war crimes in Ukraine

The following statement has been issued by Jeremy Havardi, BBUK Director of the Bureau of International Affairs and sent to the appropriate organisations.   On behalf of its members, B’nai B’rith UK expresses its deepest shock and anguish at the[...]

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Israel terrorist attacks 30 March

B’nai B’rith UK is appalled and deeply saddened by the recent terrorist attacks that have claimed the lives of 11 civilians in Israel. These murderous assaults have been carefully planned to ensure the greatest loss of life and have resulted[...]

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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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