Community Security Trust

Continually Spreading Trust

By Geoffrey Alderman, June 10, 2011

A month ago today, the second most senior police officer in the Metropolitan Police, Deputy Commissioner Tim Godwin, chaired a meeting at New Scotland Yard.

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UK urged to follow US and boycott Durban review

By Jennifer Lipman, June 2, 2011

British Jewish organisations have called on the UK government to follow in the footsteps of the United States and boycott the follow-up to the Durban conference.

The US said on Wednesday that it would not attend the United Nations event in September, because it would be wrong to commemorate the "ugly displays of intolerance and antisemitism" of the conference of September 2001.

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CST represents all Jews

By Gerald M Ronson, April 29, 2011

My fellow trustees and I are proud to have led the Community Security Trust to its current position as one of our community's foremost charities, representing it on issues of antisemitism, extremism, policing and security. Nevertheless, JC columnist, Geoffrey Alderman - in the issue of April 15 - provocatively questions CST's right to call itself representative.

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Our unrepresentative security

By Geoffrey Alderman, April 18, 2011

In the JC of March 11, there was an article by Dr Gilbert Kahn, who teaches political science at Kean University, in the United States.

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Concern growing over Facebook Third Intifada page

By Jennifer Lipman, March 29, 2011

The Community Security Trust (CST) and the Board of Deputies have added their names to the growing list of individuals and organisations calling for Facebook to ban a page deemed “a call to arms” for Palestinian terrorists.

The creators of the page are urging violent uprisings on May 15 or Nakba Day, the date on which Palestinians mourn the establishment of Israel.

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The true message of the PM's CST speech

By Martin Bright, March 10, 2011

David Cameron's speech to the Community Security Trust last week was an important restatement of his support - up to and including Israel's right to search vessels bringing cargo into Gaza.

This was something of a shift from his indignant remarks during his "prison camp" speech in Turkey last summer when he described the boarding of the Gaza flotilla as completely unacceptable.

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CST unveils hate crime guidebook

March 10, 2011

An opportunity "to use the Jewish community's hard lessons to help build a better Britain" was how Community Security Trust founder Gerald Ronson described the launch of the CST's new Hate Crimes Guide, launched this week in conjunction with the Home Office.

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State should accept full role to protect citizens

By Gilbert Kahn, March 10, 2011

As an invited guest from the US, it was fascinating to observe the gathering at Grosvenor House last week as reportedly 1100 of the leaders of Anglo Jewry and their political friends and supporters assembled for the annual CST dinner. It spoke volumes to the high regard in which CST is held by the community and by public officials.

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Gerald Ronson's speech to the CST dinner

March 3, 2011

Prime Minister, Chief Rabbi, Rabbonim, Your Excellencies, My Lords, Ladies and Gentlemen,

As we come to the end of our evening together. This is where I ask each and every one of you to play your part in meeting the challenges that face all of us.

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David Cameron's speech to the CST

March 3, 2011

I’m grateful to Lloyd Dorfman for that very kind introduction and to Gerald Ronson and Dame Gail for inviting me to join you again this evening. It’s great to be back.

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