Sun 10 February 2019 | 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Beit Hatfutsot - Klausner, Tel Aviv, 40 NIS

In partnership with UK Lawyers for Israel, IBCA – Israel, Britain and the Commonwealth Association & Israel-Britain Chamber of Commerce

With the generous support of Patrons Carol Greenwald and Sam and Meryl Solomon and Friends Barbara and David Wirtschafter

CAMERA presents

British Antisemitism — It’s Personal: In Politics, On Campus, In Media

A recent poll showed that an alarming 40 percent of British Jews would consider emigrating if Jeremy Corbyn became prime minister. However, the problem of antisemitism in the country is not limited to one party leader. What are the other factors that fuel antisemitism in the UK and make an increasing number of Jewish Britons feel unsafe? What are the broader dynamics within British politics, on campuses and in the media that contribute to this toxic atmosphere and directly impact the professional and social lives of British Jews?

Panel featuring:

Mark Lewis, Leading Media Lawyer

Mandy Blumenthal, British Israel Activist

Hadar Sela, Managing Editor of CAMERA’s BBC Watch

Tamara Berens, UK Associate, CAMERA on Campus

Melanie Phillips, Author/Journalist

Moderated by Eylon Levy of i24NEWS English

Sunday 10 February 2019

6:30 PM – VIP Reception [SOLD OUT]

7:30 PM – Panel

**Entire event will be held in English**Parking included**

Venue: Museum of the Jewish People at Beit Hatfutsot

Tel Aviv University, Klausner 15, Tel Aviv

Tickets: 40₪ for the panel

150₪ for the private reception & panel

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