Queen blesses Israel’s 60th
A JNF spokesperson said the anticipated 300 dinner guests would be raising funds for both organisations, the first time they have worked together on such a scale. “We are so grateful to the Royal Family for giving us the opportunity to celebrate Israel’s anniversary, and for allowing us to stage this wonderful event in Windsor Castle.”
UJIA chief executive Doug Krikler believed it was the first major Jewish — ‘and kosher’ — event to be held at Windsor Castle.
The dinner will be part of a series of celebrations in Britain to mark the Jewish state’s 60th anniversary. And this rather puts pay to the lie that Her Majesty and her family are anti-Israel.