On Wednesday, Mr Na’eh was well received in two local universities and by a mostly Christian audience of about a hundred people.
Monthly Archives: November 2015
Wednesday night West of England Friends of Israel was delighted to host Eitan Na’eh, Acting Israeli Ambassador to the UK. Mr Na’eh is standing in for Mark Regev until Mr Regev arrives in the UK to officially begin the role. Mr Na’eh spoke of the Embassy’s continuing support of movements throughout the country which seek to promote understanding about Israel and theRead more
Israelis – and others who are in Israel, including Arabs – have been subjected to a brutal campaign of terror instigated and encouraged by the Palestinian leadership.Read more
West of England Friends of Israel extend our sympathy to the victims of the terrorist attacks in France and their families, and to all the people of France in their hour of darkness.Read more
On Thursday November 12, WEFI attended a question and answer session run by the Friends of Israel Educational Foundation, and hosted by the River. Answering the questions were two Israelis recently graduated from high school, Ilana Ushomirsky and Roi Nachlieli, both 18. Ilana majored in biology and Arabic, and is thinking of becoming a doctor after her military service, whichRead more
The BDS movement has once again shown its callous disregard for the people it claims to want to help. On November 11, EU regulators approved guidelines to label goods from Israeli settlements to distinguish them from products made in the rest of Israel. This is ostensibly a measure to allow consumers to make an informed decision on whether or notRead more
To Israelis life is precious. Including that of enemy combatants. On the morning of Friday, October 30th, a team of army paramedics was called to the scene of a stabbing attack at Tapuah Junction. They arrived to find the intended victim, a Border Police officer, was uninjured, but one of the attackers was dead, and the other was hemorrhaging, andRead more