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Happy and Peaceful Pesach Warm Welcome – BBUK Annual Report Save the Date What We Do video BBUK President, Eve Swabe, together with the National Executive, would like to wish all BB members and their families a Happy and Peaceful Pesach Welcome to the Bnai Brith UK website.

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Happy and Peaceful Pesach Warm Welcome – BBUK Annual Report Save the Date What We Do video BBUK President, Eve Swabe, together with the National Executive, would like to wish all BB members and their families a Happy and Peaceful Pesach Welcome to the Bnai Brith UK website. I am delighted that you want to find out more about Bnai Brith and what we can offer you.

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FIFA President Sepp Blatter says he does not want to see Israel suspended from world football for allegedly hampering teams in Palestine and will try to make sure it doesn't happen at FIFA's congress next month. Palestine's football federation has accused Israel of restricting the movement of Palestinian players between Gaza and the West Bank and has said it will submit a proposal for Israel's …

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US President Barack Obama has rejected a call by Israel for any nuclear agreement with Iran to be conditional on Tehran's recognition of the Jewish state's right to exist, branding it a “fundamental misjudgement”. Speaking after Israel proposed its own terms for the accord, Obama told US radio network NPR Monday that demands for Iran to recognise the country go beyond the scope of the agreement …

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US says recognition of Israel not part of Iran nuke deal

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US President Barack Obama has rejected a call by Israel for any nuclear agreement with Iran to be conditional on Tehran's recognition of the Jewish state's right to exist, branding it a “fundamental misjudgement”.

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US says recognition of Israel not part of Iran nuke deal


US President Barack Obama has rejected a call by Israel for any nuclear agreement with Iran to be conditional on Tehran's recognition of the Jewish state's right to exist, branding it a “fundamental misjudgement”. Speaking after Israel proposed its own terms for the accord, Obama told US radio network NPR Monday that demands for Iran to recognise the country go beyond the scope of the agreement …

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US says recognition of Israel not part of Iran nuke deal


US President Barack Obama has rejected a call by Israel for any nuclear agreement with Iran to be conditional on Tehran's recognition of the Jewish state's right to exist, branding it a “fundamental misjudgement”. Speaking after Israel proposed its own terms for the accord, Obama told US radio network NPR Monday that demands for Iran to recognise the country go beyond the scope of the agreement …

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US says recognition of Israel not part of Iran nuke deal

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Israel's intelligence minister on Monday proposed terms for a final nuclear accord with Iran which he said would be an improvement on the outline drawn up last week. Yuval Steinitz told journalists that US President Barack Obama's pledge to back Israel's security was appreciated, but it did not outweigh the potential threat of a nuclear-armed Iran

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Israel proposes terms for 'more reasonable' Iran deal


Israel's intelligence minister on Monday proposed terms for a final nuclear accord with Iran which he said would be an improvement on the outline drawn up last week. Yuval Steinitz told journalists that US President Barack Obama's pledge to back Israel's security was appreciated, but it did not outweigh the potential threat of a nuclear-armed Iran. “If Iran will produce nuclear weapons, this is …

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