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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
B’nai B’rith UK mourns the passing of former Chief Rabbi, Lord Jonathan Sacks.[...]read more
B’nai B’rith UK welcomes the conclusions of the Equality and Human Rights Commission[...]read more
Executive summary UNRWA has lasted 70 years and failed to provide any lasting solution to the Israeli-Palestinian dispute. Instead, it has exacerbated the conflict by inflating the number of actual Palestinian refugees, encouraging the most extreme and unrealistic solutions to the[...]read more
B’nai B’rith in Cheshire has this year inaugurated a Sukkot appeal, with a superb collection of food and toiletries for the Wythenshawe Food Bank in Manchester. This helps those who are in more vulnerable and disadvantaged situations, especially with Covid[...]read more