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Britain Israel Communications and Research Centre

British Israel Communication and Research Centre
Founded 2002
Founder Poju Zabludowicz
Type Non-profit
  • United Kingdom, Israel
Mission "advancing a more supportive environment for Israel in Britain"

The Britain Israel Communications and Research Centre (BICOM) is a UK-based organisation which acts to promote awareness of Israel and the Middle East in the United Kingdom. BICOM publishes materials on the history, economy, culture and politics of Israel, Middle East peace plans, terrorism in the Middle-East, UK-Israel relations and foreign policy.


  • History 1
  • We Believe in Israel 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4


BICOM was founded in 2002 following the second intifada. It is funded through private donations.[1]

We Believe in Israel

We Believe in Israel is a BICOM's pro-Israel advocacy organization in the United Kingdom.[2] It provides learning materials[3] to both the Board of Deputies of British Jews and The United Synagogue, who together represent a large percentage of British Jews.[4]

It is also listed as part of the

  • BICOM Website
  • Fathom Journal
  • We Believe in Israel

External links

  1. ^ "About". Britain Israel Communications & Research Centre. Retrieved 21 November 2013. 
  2. ^ "Why non-Jewish Luke's family has always given support to Israel".  
  3. ^ "We Believe in Israel Essay 2 - Zionism and the foundation of the State of Israel". United Synagogue. 
  4. ^ a b "Constituent Members". Jewish Leadership Council. 
  5. ^ We Believe in Israel. "Core Values". We Believe in Israel. 
  6. ^ We Believe in Israel. "Call on the Co-op Group to end their boycott of certain Israeli companies". We Believe in Israel. Retrieved 2 Jul 2015. 


In the 2010s, the group petitioned for The Co-operative Group to reverse its decision to boycott certain Israeli products.[6]

[5] in We Believe in Israel Conference was launched following the We Believe in Israel According to their website,


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