ECI to extend open invitation to Russian speaking churches in Europe to join a growing coalition for IsraelBrussels, November 24th, 2016 – The European Coalition for Israel is to extend an open invitation to Russian speaking churches in Europe at a pastors’ conference in Riga, Latvia, on Saturday. The conference, which is expected to draw together some 2,000 leaders and ot... read more
ECI marks the 99th anniversary of the Balfour Declaration in the House of Lords – The nexus between the Balfour Declaration and the rebirth of the Jewish State of Israel cannot be deniedLondon, November 3rd, 2016 – European Coalition for Israel has called upon the British Government to renew its commitment to stand with the Jewish people and the State of Israel, on the eve of the 99th anniversary of the Balfour Declaration, which promised British support... read more
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THE EUROPEAN REPORT
The European Report is a new political discussion program that comes from the heart of Europe in the European Parliament and addresses issues concerning Europe and the Middle East.
European Report May 2019
BDS legislation and EU elections. Simon Barrett is joined by MEP Igor Gräzin, Director of Europe Israel Public Affairs, Alex Benjamin and ECI Brussels representative Ruth Isaac.
European Report April 2019
Rise of anti-Semitism in Europe. What can be done to combat it? Simon Barrett is joined by European Coordinator on combating anti-Semitism, Katharina von Schnurbein, MEP Doru-Claudian Frunzulică and ECI Founding Director Tomas Sandell.
European Report March 2019
Post-Brexit Europe and the European elections. Simon Barrett is joined MEP Branislav Škripek, MEP Steven Woolfe and ECI Founding Director Tomas Sandell.
European Report February-March 2019
The threat posed by Iran to Israel and the Middle East. How should Europe respond? Simon Barrett is joined in the studio by MEP Bas Belder, former MEP and expert on Iran, Paulo Casaca, and ECI Brussels representative Ruth Isaac.