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BIA statement on Afghanistan

By Jeremy Havardi,   19 August 2021 B’nai B’rith UK is deeply alarmed at the US withdrawal from Afghanistan and the subsequent victory of the Taliban. As a human rights organisation, we believe that the cause of human rights, political freedom, gender equality[...]

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BBUK Letter to the Polish Ambassador re the restitution law just signed by President Duda

By Jeremy Havardi,   18 August 2021   Your Excellency You will be aware that in our visits to your embassy, we have raised with you the subject of Holocaust restitution on many occasions, explaining its importance to Jews worldwide. We[...]

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BBUK condemns Ben and Jerry’s decision to stop selling in ‘the Occupied Palestinian Territory’

By Jeremy Havardi B’nai B’rith UK condemns in the strongest terms the recent decision of Ben and Jerry’s to stop selling their ice cream products in ‘the Occupied Palestinian Territory’. The move will do nothing to advance peace and mutual[...]

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B’nai B’rith UK congratulates Isaac Herzog

By Jeremy Havardi B’nai B’rith UK would like to offer its warmest congratulations to Isaac Herzog on his election as the 11th President of Israel. During his long and distinguished political career, he has shown a deep commitment to Israel’s[...]

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BBUK condemns terror against Israelis

By Jeremy Havardi B’nai B’rith UK would like to roundly condemn the latest in a long line of Hamas attacks against Israel’s civilian population. Within the last 24 hours, terrorists have fired hundreds of rockets at Israeli communities, causing two[...]

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B’nai B’rith UK’s shock and sorrow at Mount Meron tragedy

By Jeremy Havardi B’nai B’rith UK would like to express its deep shock and sorrow at the tragedy that has unfolded on Mount Meron. At least 45 Israelis are reported to have been killed during Lag B’Omer, an event which[...]

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Sarah Halimi’s murder – BBUK calls for justice after French court ruling

B’nai B’rith UK would like to express its dismay at the recent decision of France’s highest court not to bring to trial the murderer of Sarah Halimi. Halimi was killed in 2017 after being pushed out of her window by[...]

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BBUK’s condolences to Buckingham Palace

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[...]

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