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King Abdullah of Jordan will address the Board of Deputies of British Jews at its annual dinner, the Jewish Chronicle reported. The November event’s theme is multiculturalism, interfaith and world peace, the newspaper said.
King Abdullah’s father, the late King Hussein, attended the board’s annual dinner more than a decade ago.
The Board of Deputies is the representative organization of British Jewry.
Representatives of Britain’s Jewish community met in June with King Abdullah.