This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Six Day War which led to Jerusalem being reunited after being under Jordanian control, Israel defeating all neighboring armies against all odds, and the first day of Israel’s occupation of the Palestinian territories and people.
That the victory of 1967 brought us to 50 years of occupation is a grim reality. But it need not determine the future. There are things that those of us who care about Israel and want to see the occupation end can do right now.

50 years of occupation is enough. As British Jews committed to Israel and to peace, we need to engage and take action. 

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50 years, where to now?

28 June: Join Jonathan Freedland,  B’Tselem’s Chief Executive Hagai El-Ad and B’Tselem’s Hebron field worker Manal Al Jabri for a thought-provoking evening that reflects on the 50th anniversary of the 1967 war, the emergence of the Occupation and Israel’s current impasse in the Occupied Palestinian Territories.

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Hear Ronit Sela, Director of Human Rights in the Occupied Palestinian Territories for ACRI

 7-10 June: Ronit will be joining us in London. If you would like to hear her speak, please contact atira@uknif.org

Is violence the future

Young Jews Respond to: 50 Years Since The Six Day War

11 June: A special New Gen event considering our response as young Jews living in the British Jewish Community to the events of the last 50 years in Israel