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 Regavim.
“UKLFI is an Israel advocacy organisation. What are they doing bringing over the worst racist representatives of Israel politics? These racists do more to legitimise the Palestinian cause than any number of speeches from pro-Palestinian MPs.”