Former Board deputy to launch new leadership body

Those who wish to join will have to support three core principles: to promote Jewish life, to support Israel and to fight antisemitism. The NJA will not address any other issues such as climate change or repression faced by the Uighurs, he added.

In a statement, the NJA said it aims to, “voice the opinions of ordinary Jews who have never been, and do not attempt to be, part of the current system of Jewish organisational infrastructure.”

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