Jeremy Havardi is an historian, journalist, and long standing political activist from London, England. Havardi was educated at Haberdashers Aske’s School, in Elstree before he later went on to study at Bristol University and King’s College, London. He has earnt degrees in Philosophy, History and Law. Havardi has written numerous articles on terrorism, antisemitism and the Middle East over the last decade. These articles have been published in The Guardian, The Australian Jewish News, The Commentator, The Times of Israel and The Gatestone Institute. Similarly, Havardi also has a regular columnist for the Jewish News, a London-based newspaper.
Having over 20 years’ experience concerning the promotion of Jewish and Israeli interests, Havardi’s aim is to tackle the hypocrisy and double standards present within the anti-Zionist movement. He is a fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and has written four books, predominantly on modern history, including research conducted on Churchill and British war films. Havardi has most notably released Projecting Britain at War: The National Character in British World War II Films, Refuting the Anti-Israel Narrative: A Case for the Historical, Legal and Moral Legitimacy of the Jewish State and The Greatest Briton: Essays on Winston Churchill’s Life and Political Philosophy.