Below is a list of all the news articles Yachad is featured in. You can search for a news articles by the year it was published.  

Netanyahu runs out of rabbits to pull out his hat

By Stephen Oryszczuk, The Jewish News, September 18, 2019
In the UK, Zionist group Yachad said the result meant that Netanyahu was “not a magician,” adding: “Despite his advantages as incumbent and his ruthless campaign, including violations of Israeli election laws, he has no clear path to governing.”
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Wes Streeting: whether it’s on Israel or antisemitism, I get attacked by all sides

“The Ilford North MP tells a Yachad conference he is ‘dismayed by the quality of debate’ in the UK” Ben Weich, The Jewish Chronicle, September 12 2019 Wes Streeting has said his calls for targeted sanctions on settlements in response to the demolition of Palestinian villages was met with pushback and “constant arguments” by the Israeli embassy.
In a speech to a Yachad student conference in North West London on Thursday, the Ilford North MP spoke of the importance of …

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British Jewish groups criticise Netanyahu’s vow to annex part of West Bank

The Jewish News, September 11, 2019
Yachad, a Zionist group opposed to settlement expansion, said the announcement “shows the extent to which Netanyahu is willing to completely undermine the possibility of any kind of resolution to the Israel-Palestine conflict”.
A spokeswoman added that “annexation of the West Bank, partial or full, would make the State of Israel responsible for the daily lives of almost three million Palestinians living inside the West Bank”.
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Benjamin Netanyahu pledge to annex West Bank provokes international outrage

Ben Weich for the Jewish Chronicle, September 11, 2019
Yachad, a UK-based pro-peace group, warned that any annexation of the West Bank would make the Jewish State “responsible for the daily lives of almost three million Palestinians living inside the West Bank”.
It added: “Annexation will force Israel to face a stark choice. Either it grants full equality to all Palestinians living in the West Bank, transforming itself into a bi-national state without a Jewish majority, or it …

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Tributes to ‘champion of peace’ Alistair Burt MP, who won’t stand for reelection

The Jewish News, September 4, 2019
Zionist pro-peace group Yachad said it was “sad to hear” that the Conservative North East Bedfordshire MP would not stand again, after voting against the Government over Brexit on Tuesday. He has since had the whip withdrawn. “Alistair has been a thoughtful and highly respected MP who was always a brilliant champion of peace and security for both Israelis and Palestinians,” said Yachad. “He will be missed by all those who work to promote a political …

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UK Lawyers For Israel postpone controversial speaker amid threat of protests

Benjamin Salmon at The Jewish Chronicle, August 29, 2019
Yachad, a British group which promotes a two-state solution, welcomed the news saying: “We are glad to see the planned London event with the extremist settler group Regavim is now postponed.
“There is no place in our community for an extremist settler group like Regavim, nor for its fanatical ideology.”
Former Board of Deputies President Vivian Wineman also criticised UKLFI in a Facebook post for its decision to host …

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Controversial pro-settlement group has London event postponed

The Jewish News, August 28, 2019
British Zionist group Yachad said it was “glad to see the event is now postponed… We welcome UKLFI’s decision after listening to the community’s concerns, and invite them to think again about offering a platform to Regavim.”
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Israeli teenager killed, brother and father seriously wounded in West Bank explosion

The Jewish Chronicle, August 23, 2019
A spokesperson for the UK-based lobby group Yachad said: “At this difficult time, our thoughts are with the Shnerb family and their loved ones.
“This morning’s attack is what the ‘status quo’ in the region looks like. How many more people need to fall victim to this conflict for the leadership to take bold actions for peace?”
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Banning Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib shows Israel has no vision for peace

Our deputy director, Maya Ilany, explains in the Jewish Chronicle why Benjamin Netanyahu, who prides himself on engaging with controversial leaders, would deny representatives from Israel’s greatest ally
August 22, 2019
The truth is that a visit to the region could have been an opportunity for the congresswomen to meet Israelis and Palestinians whose daily lives are impacted by the conflict and occupation, hear from them about their hopes and fears, and see the situation on the ground as …

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Controversial pro-settlement group invited to London

The Jewish News, 15 August 2019 A spokeswoman for Yachad said Regavim “claims to act in the name of Judaism, but in truth its ideology has nothing to do with the peace-seeking Judaism our community believes in. Instead of offering them a platform, our community should reject Regavim and call out its ideology.”
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