Press Releases

The National Jewish Assembly (NJA) unequivocally condemns the appalling comments made by Ghada Karmi during a recent appearance on Sky News. Karmi’s comments, filled with blatant distortions and apologism for Hamas terrorists, undermine the principles of truth, justice, and accountability. During the segment with anchor Kay Burley on November 21,

On November 15, the National Jewish Assembly brought together two distinguished voices to shed light on critical issues surrounding Israel and the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA). HonestReporting’s Executive Director, Gil Hoffman, and UN Watch’s Legal Adviser, Dina Rovner, shared their

The National Jewish Assembly (NJA) applauds the decisive actions taken by the United Kingdom and the United States to impose targeted sanctions on the leadership of Hamas. These stringent measures, including travel bans, asset freezes, and arms embargoes, demonstrate a strong commitment to disrupt the terror group’s operations and hold

The National Jewish Assembly is pleased to announce the success of another speaker event via Zoom on November 9, 2023. The event, titled “Gaza after Hamas,” brought together renowned experts and thought leaders to discuss the complex and pressing issue of Gaza’s future post-Hamas era. Chaired by Natasha Hausdorff, Director

The National Jewish Assembly (NJA) expresses deep concern and condemnation of a recent Sky News report by journalist Mark Stone on November 8. In the report, Stone made a blatantly untrue statement, suggesting that “the Israeli military clearly has a higher threshold or higher tolerance for civilian casualties than any

200 people attended a Zoom event organised by the National Jewish Assembly (NJA) on the subject of the October Declaration and the formation, last month, of British Friends of Israel. The guest speaker was Allison Pearson, the well-known Daily Telegraph journalist who was one of its founders. Pearson’s message to

In the backdrop of Israel’s ongoing war against Hamas, Britain’s streets have been marred by the incendiary chants of protesters calling for an intifada and the eradication of Israel, casting a shadow over the Metropolitan Police’s commitment to maintaining public order. The images that unfolded across London, bearing witness to

The National Jewish Assembly (NJA) was honoured to hold an exclusive Zoom event featuring Rabbi Leo Dee, renowned author, and Special Envoy for Social Initiatives appointed by the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The event, titled “Perspectives on War,” provided a unique opportunity for attendees to gain insights into the

The National Jewish Assembly expresses its deep concern and condemnation regarding the recent disruption of London’s Liverpool Street train station by over 500 pro-Palestinian activists. The sit-in, organised by the campaign group Sisters Uncut, took place on Tuesday evening and left Jewish and many other passengers feeling intimidated and seeking

The National Jewish Assembly (NJA) is deeply alarmed by recent developments during a pro-Palestine rally held on October 31 outside the prime minister’s residence in London. Video footage and reports from the event reveal that individuals at the rally chanted in Arabic, exclaiming, “Oh beloved Abu Obaida, hit and bomb

The National Jewish Assembly (NJA) expresses disappointment regarding London Mayor Sadiq Khan’s recent request for Israel to agree to a ceasefire with Hamas amidst the ongoing conflict. While the NJA respects Mayor Khan’s concerns for peace, the NJA believes there are crucial factors that must be considered: Hostage Crisis: Hamas

The National Jewish Assembly (NJA) extends its sincere commendation to Mohammed Amin MBE FRSA for his unwavering commitment to principles of justice and righteousness. Mr. Amin’s recent resignation as Chairman of the Islam and Liberty Network (ILN) serves as a beacon of integrity within the think tank space and exemplifies

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