UK Lawyers for Israel has asked for an investigation to be carried out regarding the discrimination by Saudi players in a recent badminton game with an Israeli. UKLFI has written to the Badminton World Federation (BWF) about the Badminton event which took place on 1-4 August 2018 in Dnipro, Ukraine.
Kuwait Airways has agreed to pay substantial damages plus costs to an Israeli National who was refused a ticket on a Kuwait Airways flight from London to Bangkok on the grounds of her nationality. Mandy Blumenthal, with the help of UK Lawyers for Israel, issued a claim against Kuwait Airways,
Lawfare Project and UKLFI taking legal action against aggressive anti-Israel boycott legislation in Ireland
The Lawfare Project, assisted by UKLFI, is taking legal action against what experts and advocates are describing as the most aggressive boycott measure targeting Israel in European history. The “Control of Economic Activity (Occupied Territories) Bill 2018” passed its initial vote in the Irish senate on Wednesday. The measure would make
UK Lawyers for Israel, together with the Lawfare Project, have filed a complaint to the Charity Commission against Medical Aid for Palestinians (MAP). The complaint highlights how MAP has spread political propaganda, promoted antisemitism, and how it has connections with organisations linked to the Palestinian terrorist organisation, the PFLP. The
UK Lawyers for Israel has published a new legal resource for councils or cities who are considering introducing anti-BDS legislation. We have listed all the anti-BDS legislation that has so far been passed by 25 States in the USA, and we have given a short description of that legislation and
Picturehouse Cinemas has reversed its decision to pull out of four scheduled screenings of films for the Israeli “Seret Film Festival”, following assistance by UK Lawyers for Israel. An Israeli Love Story (Seret International Film Festival) Anti-Israel activists had disrupted a screening at the Komedia cinema in Brighton on 13
Dublin Council’s chief executive has confirmed that the Council will NOT be implementing any boycott of Hewlett Packard and of Israeli goods, since such a boycott is illegal. Owen P Keegan, Chief Executive of Dublin City Council Dublin City Council voted in support of a boycott and economic sanctions against