BBUK with LBIA is dismayed by the ruling of the European Court of Justice on Tuesday

Report Jeremy Havardi B’nai B’rith, together with its advocacy arm, the London Bureau, is dismayed by the ruling of the...

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BBUK with LBIA strongly condemns the indiscriminate rocket attacks

Report Jeremy Havardi B’nai B’rith, together with its advocacy arm, The London Bureau, strongly condemns the indiscriminate rocket attacks launched...

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BBUK members attend Breakfast meeting with the Israeli Ambassador

Report by Jeremy Havardi On 5th November, the Israeli Ambassador, HE Mark Regev, gave a talk to BBUK members and...

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Jeremy Havardi represented B’nai B’rith UK at a celebration of International Freedom of religion

Report by Jeremy Havardi On Monday, Jeremy Havardi represented B’nai B’rith UK at a celebration of International Freedom of religion...

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Join B’nai B’rith delegation marching with AJEX

Report by Alan Miller JOIN US ON THE MARCH 17 TH NOVEMBER 2019 THE CENOTAPH, WHITEHALL In a change from previous years,...

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Terror attack in Halle Germany

Report by Jeremy Havardi On behalf of B’nai B’rith UK and its advocacy arm, the London Bureau, we would...

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Book Now for Film Why the Jews?

Report by Lydia Drukarz BBUK will be holding its own heritage event on the evening of Sunday 15th September. We will...

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B’nai B’rith UK London Bureau of International Affairs together with the Board of Deputies and Westminster Synagogue invite you to a Panel Discussion “2019 Israeli Elections Part II: Hopes and Expectations”

Report by Jeremy Havardi on Thursday, 12 September 2019 6 pm – 8 pm Panel to include Monroe Edward Palmer, The Lord Palmer of Childs...

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BBYP Friday Night Dinner with Ner Yisrael Synagogue Sells Out!

Report by Valerie Tesler B’nai B’rith UK Young Professionals (BBYP) held its second annual joint Friday night dinner with Ner Yisrael Synagogue,...

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