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B’nai B’rith

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The Independent Order of B'nai B'rith ("Sons of the Covenant") is the oldest continually-operating Jewish supremacist group in the world. The organization is engaged in a wide variety of political lobbying, including the promotion of Jewish group interests in social, economic, political and media forums, thought its so-called Human Rights and Public Policy. B'nai B'rith is a hawkish advocate of Israeli foreign policy interests.

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B’nai B’rith on Wikipedia


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  • Hosted and created several joint programs together with AIPAC and other Jewish advocacy groups.



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  • Today B’nai B’rith is the largest jewish organization in the world. In 1970 it had 500,000 male members spread over 1700 lodges in 43 countries and 210,000 female members in 600 lodges (Encyclopaedia judaica). There are presently 70 established lodges in Europe. The only lodge in Austria is called maimonides.



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  • The organization works to secure the power of the jews over humanity, as revealed by the Hungarian jew Aron Monus in his book “Verschworung: das Reich von Nietzsche” (Vienna, 1995, p. 149). B’nai B’rith is an executive organ for L’Alliance israelite Universelle. The official budget before 1970 was 13 million dollars. B’nai B’rith’s secret service, the ADL (Anti-Defamation League), has been called the KGB of the extremist jews.



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  • Its founders were all Ashkenazi Jews in their twenties or thirties, who had immigrated from Germany to the United States. The ring leader was one Henry Jones (real name Heinrich Jonas) born in Hamburg in 1811, after moving to New York he was allegedly head of the Anshe Chesed Hebrew School.



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  • The New York Sun … editorially declared the [B'nai B'rith] Order "has already been useful in transforming the immigrants of past periods . . . and the great increase of such immigration from Russia, Poland, and Rumania during recent years makes this work more necessary and more arduous."



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  • In 2001, B'nai B'rith International was one of the founding members of IsraAID, a non-profit humanitarian organization committed to providing life-saving disaster relief and long term support to people in need, regardless of gender, race, religion or national borders.


    2001 up until 2016


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  • B'nai B'rith International is a Jewish voice on international and domestic policy in defense of Israel. B'nai B'rith has served as an NGO (non-governmental organization) at the United Nations (U.N.) since 1947. Whether an issue is before the Human Rights Council, the Security Council, or on the desk of a U.N. official, B'nai B'rith leaders and staff provide expert testimony and advocacy for Israel and the Jewish population worldwide. The B'nai B'rith World Center in Jerusalem focuses on Israel and its place in the World. The World Center promotes strong Israel-Diaspora relations.



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  • Created BBYO 4 Israel: "BBYO and the worldwide Jewish community are focused on supporting and standing with our Homeland. BBYO has teamed up with the American Israel Public Affairs Committee AIPAC, The Centre for Israel and Jewish Affairs (CIJA), the Canadian Jewish Political Afficars Committee (CJPAC) and StandWithUS to bring you Teens4Israel where you will learn about Israel and gain practical advocacy training so that you can speak and stand up for her."



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  • B'nai B'rith, ADL's parent organization, was founded in 1843 as a Jewish counterpart of fraternal orders then flourishing in America. The new group's purpose, as described in its constitution, called for the traditional functions performed by Jewish societies in Europe: "Visiting and attending the sick" and "protecting and assisting the widow and the orphan." Its founders had hoped that it soon would encompass all Jews in the United States. This did not happen, however, since other Jewish organizations also were forming around the same time.



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