B’nai B’rith International was honored to receive a grant from Jewish fraternity Alpha Epsilon Pi (AEPi) for $100,000, to be used for disaster relief efforts.
The first installment of the grant, which will be paid out over five years, was bestowed at a special luncheon during the fraternity’s 102nd annual conference, held this year in Cleveland, with some 500 AEPi brothers and alumni in attendance.
B’nai B’rith International is highly offended by the despicable Ohio State University marching band’s Holocaust-inspired song called “Goodbye Kramer.”
The song, sung to the tune of Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believin’,” references Nazis looking for Jews living in attics and Jews traveling by way of cattle car, to their deaths at Nazi concentration camps.
B'nai B'rith World Center hosted the German women's soccer team FFC Potsdam Turbine, in January 2015, to play a friendly with the Israeli women's team in celebration of 50 years of diplomatic relations between Israel and Germany.
During its visit, the team toured Israel and trained at the Israel Football Association complex, at the Maale Adumim and at a gymnasium in Jerusalem.
B’nai B’rith International is frustrated over the unanimous passage of the Iran nuclear deal by the United Nations Security Council, with the Obama administration virtually bypassing agreed upon Congressional review and committing the United States to a deal.
B'nai B'rith World Center hosted the German women's soccer team FFC Potsdam Turbine, which played a friendly with the Israeli women's team in celebration of 50 years of diplomatic relations between Israel and Germany.
Dr. Mark Wertheim discusses the importance of the game and what he hopes will be accomplished by the visit.