JDL UK Activism

The following articles and photographs are coverage of recent JDL UK activism, in the UK and abroad:


Photo's of JDL UK Activism:


JDL UK meets with Moshe Feiglin and Meir Weinstein in Israel.


JDL UK at Oskar Schindler's grave.

JDL UK Completed a shooting course with the new TAVOR at the counter terrorist unit in Hebron.
JDL UK Counter a Pro-Palestine Hate Crowd in London
JDL UK Support Efrayim Goldstein Carrying The Olympic Torch Through London.
JDL UK in the sands of Tel Aviv.
JDL UK Meet Elisheva Federman
JDL UK, JDL Canada and various other Zionists Visit the grave of Rabbi Meir Kahane

7 comments:

  1. Is JDL part of EDL?

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  2. JDL UK,

    Please tell me, an American, should I be comfortable with the EDL?

    I have read Yes and No.

    I value your opinion.

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    1. Im British, i found my way to this site as im funimg at Islamic extremism in the UK. I wanted to know what British Jews and other religions in the UK thought of it. THE EDL (English Defence League) are also against the islamification and sharia law in the UK. They might be a bit extreme but noone is tackling the problem. now channel 4 will screen Islamic call to prayer. All other religions in the UK seem to live peacefully EXCEPT for muslims.

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    Title, Poverty & Religious Crisis in Africa: A Study of Hausa-fulani Muslim Society. Author, Francis Nwaoha. Publisher, Red Lead Press, 2013.

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  4. Poverty & Religious Crisis in Africa: A Study of Hausa-fulani Muslim Society. Author, Francis Nwaoha.

    The author delved into American diplomacy which is in the current domain of globalization, to ensure peace and equity, while protecting her interest.
    The author examined the characteristics of crisis in northern Nigeria and concluded that it reflects the influences of unhealthy religious indoctrination, as evident in do or die politics, illiteracy and poverty xenophobia, anti-Semitism, and opposition to Americanization.
    The book argued that Islam stifles human rights, this runs contrary to the state policy of America, and believed that this position answers the question as to whether Islam is at war with America, or vice - versa
    In my opinion, poverty and religious crisis in Africa is a well researched work which touched on a wide spectrum of issues relating to Hausa-Fulani society and Africa in general. The author used his historical competence to delve into his deep understanding of the culture of the northerners and lucid analysis to his readers. I believe, his balanced approached has broken down the wall of misinterpretation has to who the northerners are, the perception of other tribes concerning Hausa-Fulani citizens, leaving the judgment to the readers.
    I have the conviction that this book will add to avalanche of sources of information to students of history, diplomatic studies, policy makers, civil societies and those genuinely interested in solving the challenges of poverty and religious crisis in Africa.
    Book reviewed by:
    Mr. Wellborn N. Uhegwu.
    A finance and policy analyst, Lagos Nigeria
    Email: wellyconsult@gmail.com
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