B'nai B'rith International was featured on Shalom TV Daily News, commending the Greek government for new legislation that strengthens the country's anti-discrimination laws concerning anti-Semitism.
The law was passed by parliament on Sept. 9, and increases jail time for offenders from two to three years and sets the fine at $34,000 as the maximum penalty for “inciting acts of discrimination, hatred or violence” based on religion, race or disability.
The story begins at the 5:23 mark in the video:
Shalom TV Daily News featured B'nai B'rith International's Disaster Relief Fund as one recipient of Alpha Epsilon Pi's new $1 million philanthropy initiative.
B’nai B’rith was one of ten organizations selected during the Jewish fraternity's annual international convention, and will invest the generous grant in humanitarian aid efforts around the globe.
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While the Israel-Hamas ceasefire has been extended, the war on Israel continues in the court of public opinion. The UN Human Rights Council and American Studies Association each filed one-sided reports condemning Israel's actions in Gaza.
B'nai B'rith International was featured for a pair of declarations against those reports on Wednesday's episode of Shalom TV News Update.
Watch the segment, beginning at the 2:45 mark: