Albert Lowy was a Jewish Rabbi who helped found Anglo-Jewish Association (AJA). Born at Aussee, Moravia to a Jewish family in 1816 Lowy studied in Vienna under the inventor of the term anti-Semitism the Jew Steinschneider. Löwy was appointed minister, in association with the Rev. Professor Marks, of the Reform Synagogue in London were he served for fifty years, retiring in 1892. From 1871 to 1889 he acted as secretary of the Anglo-Jewish Association, an organisation that promotes the myth of Jewish persecution which, with the Jew Abraham Benisch, he founded.