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06 May: Tair Kaminer starts her fifth spell in gaol. Send messages of support via Reuven Kaminer

04 May: Against the resort to denigration of Israel’s critics


23 Dec: JfJfP policy statement on BDS

14 Nov: Letter to the Guardian about the Board of Deputies

11 Nov: UK ban on visiting Palestinian mental health workers

20 Oct: letter in the Guardian

13 Sep: Rosh Hashanah greetings

21 Aug: JfJfP on Jeremy Corbyn

29 July: Letter to Evening Standard about its shoddy reporting

24 April: Letter to FIFA about Israeli football

15 April: Letter re Ed Miliband and Israel

11 Jan: Letter to the Guardian in response to Jonathan Freedland on Charlie Hebdo


15 Dec: Chanukah: Celebrating the miracle of holy oil not military power

1 Dec: Executive statement on bill to make Israel the nation state of the Jewish people

25 Nov: Submission to All-Party Parliamentary Group Against Antisemitism

7 Sept: JfJfP Executive statement on Antisemitism

3 Aug: Urgent disclaimer

19 June Statement on the three kidnapped teenagers

25 April: Exec statement on Yarmouk

28 Mar: EJJP letter in support of Dutch pension fund PGGM's decision to divest from Israeli banks

24 Jan: Support for Riba resolution

16 Jan: EJJP lobbies EU in support of the EU Commission Guidelines, Aug 2013–Jan 2014


29 November: JfJfP, with many others, signs a "UK must protest at Bedouin expulsion" letter

November: Press release, letter to the Times and advert in the Independent on the Prawer Plan

September: Briefing note and leaflet on the Prawer Plan

September: JfJfP/EJJP on the EU guidelines with regard to Israel

14th June: JfJfP joins other organisations in protest to BBC

2nd June: A light unto nations? - a leaflet for distribution at the "Closer to Israel" rally in London

24 Jan: Letter re the 1923 San Remo convention

18 Jan: In Support of Bab al-Shams

17 Jan: Letter to Camden New Journal about Veolia

11 Jan: JfJfP supports public letter to President Obama

Comments in 2012 and 2011



Happy New Year!


JfJfP’s hopes and wishes for the new year
JfJfP wishes all our signatories and supporters a Happy New Year and hopes it will bring recognition of a Palestinian state; an end to the occupation; and peace, justice and equality for all in the region.

The Jewish New Year, Rosh Hashanah, is on Thursday 29th and Friday 30th September this year, beginning at sunset on the 28th. Rosh Hashana is followed ten days later by the fast of Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement. Together these are considered the Jewish High Holy days. Five days after Yom Kippur, Jews celebrate Succoth, the harvest festival where Jews remember that the children of Israel lacked shelter while they wandered in the desert.

Message from Union Juive Francaise pour la Paix to JfJfP
(Jewish French Union for Peace.  Translation of message Luke Hodgkin)
Dear UJFP sympathizers
The UJFP wishes all its members and sympathizers a happy new year full of peace, prosperity, justice and love. This feast, which begins this evening, the 28th September, marks the beginning of the Jewish New Year. We think particularly this year of the Arab world, bearing in mind the revolutions which have overthrown oppressive regimes in Tunisia, in Egypt, and (more controversially) in Libya; a process which is continuing in other countries in the region.

In Jewish tradition, Rosh Hashanah, the beginning of the month of Tishri, opens a period of introspection, of examining one’s conscience, which leads up to Yom Kippur (the Day of Pardon) which this year falls on the 8th of October. We aim for spiritual purification and renewal, so that each can be entered for one more year in the Book of Life – and for many more years if possible.
Whether or not you are a believer, this period of introspection can mark a moment in which to pause before beginning a new year which, we hope, will be built on a good foundation. If Jews in Israel and worldwide examine their consciences with sincerity, we may hope that they will take the necessary steps to assure a year of peace and fraternity in the Middle East and elsewhere. We hope that UJFP will not hold back in the struggle for justice. So, happy new year to all.

Happy New Year from EAPPI
Dear Friends,

EAPPI would like to wish all our Jewish friends a very happy New Year.
Chag sameach ve shana Tova!

Paul Adrian Raymond
EAPPI Communications Officer

Ecumenical Accompaniment Programme in Palestine and Israel (EAPPI)

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