From: The Jewish Chronicle Online, 15th December 2015
A grassroots campaign day which helps those in need while tackling anti-Israel boycotts has raised an estimated £150,000 in 10 countries.
IsrAction Day saw activists and members of the public buy and donate Israeli goods to charities including local food banks and the Cumbria flood appeal.
Sunday marked the campaign’s second annual event. The initiative was devised last year by the North West Friends of Israel (NWFOI) and Sussex Friends of Israel (SFI) groups…