Top British Funder of Israel Trips to Probe Surprise Overnight Stays in Settlement

The United Jewish Israel Appeal is conducting a review after participants in both a Birthright trip for young adults and a Federation of Zionist Youth trip for teens stayed for several nights in a West Bank settlement

Judy Maltz
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The United Jewish Israel Appeal, the leading British sponsor of Israel experience programs, is investigating how participants in tours it funds were taken on overnight trips this summer to a West Bank settlement.

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