What would Miliband or Cameron do if Britain was occupied?

   Gaza devastation, 2014 In interviews with the Jewish Chronicle, Conservative  leader David Cameron and Labour Leader Ed Miliband tried to outdo each other in the depth of their friendship with Israel. They both understood Israel had a 'duty' to protect its citizens, and while Miliband questioned the proportionality of Israel's response to last summer's …

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From Berlin, on the Palestinians in Europe Conference  

   I spent the day (25 April, 2015) at the 13th Palestinians in Europe Conference in Berlin, Germany. This was my first experience of this major event. The organisers informed us that over 10,000, mostly Palestinians, had attended the day long event.    The conference was jointly organised by the Palestinian Community of Germany and …

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Voters ensure UK Parliamentary candidates see Palestine as a key election issue

With the UK parliamentary elections only a month away, Prospective Parliamentary Candidates (PPCs) are feeling the heat on a number of issues.  This time though Palestine is one of them.   A well organised campaign led by the Palestine Solidarity Campaign (PSC) has made it easy for voters to require PPCs to answer five questions. I urge the …

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