انتقادات لبريطانيا لموقفها من المستوطنات

انتقادات لبريطانيا لموقفها من المستوطنات محمد أمين-لندن غضب عارم في الأوساط الحقوقية والعربية أثارته معارضة بريطانيا تبني مجلس حقوق الإنسان بالأمم المتحدة قائمة سوداء للشركات العاملة أو المتعاملة مع المستوطنات، في صفعة قاسية لإسرائيل وللوبي المناصر لها بأوروبا. فقد أخفق ذلك اللوبي وحلفاؤه في عرقلة القرار، ورغم الضغط الأميركي والانتقاد البريطاني فإن الدولتين فشلتا في عرقلة …

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The BDS movement is not anti-Semitic

The Middle East Monitor published this article on the 30th of March 2016 The BDS movement is not anti-Semitic     Image from the Middle East Monitor The United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) adopted a resolution on 24 March put forward by the Palestinian Authority which included Clause 17 “to produce a database of all …

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Israel can’t use archaeology to justify colonialism and dispossession

The Middle East Eye published this article on 30 March, 2016 Israel can't use archaeology to justify colonialism and dispossession    Ever since the Zionist project succeeded in its endeavour to create a homeland for Jews in Palestine, the Palestinians have faced daily attempts by Israel to deny their rights and belonging to the land.  …

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The next generation of Israeli leaders could complete Israel’s isolation

The next generation of Israeli leaders could complete Israel's isolation This was first published on the Middle East Monitor on Saturday, 19 March 2016 Photo from the Middle East Monitor The nature of Israeli politics tells us that elections could be called fairly quickly. Should that happen in the next couple of years it is …

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Hanan al-Hroub is a shining beacon for Palestine

The Middle East Eye published my latest article on 16/3/2016 Hanan al-Hroub is a shining beacon for Palestine Hanan al-Hroub was handed the second annual global teacher prize at a star-studded ceremony in Dubai on 13 March. Announcing the name of the prize winner, Pope Francis said “Part of education is to teach children how …

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Westminster Hall debate about local democracy & UK Government bypassing Parliamentary scrutiny 

Birmingham Northfield MP Richard Burden secured a parliamentary debate to challenge the Government on bypassing parliamentary scrutiny before announcing in Israel its commitment to reduce local Goverment's ability to exercise ethical procurement. This was clearly done to appease Israel and to protect illegal settlements. In other words it was done to protect Israel's illegal occupation …

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The Arabs have handed Israel a dream start to the 21st century but it still wants more

This article was first published by the Middle East Monitor on 8/3/2016 The Arabs have handed Israel a dream start to the 21st century but it still wants more To Palestinians, the creation of Israel in their homeland in 1948 was a catastrophe known as the Nakba. Not only were they dispossessed of their land but …

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Palestinians don’t attack Israeli soldiers in pursuit of ‘economic peace’

The Middle East Eye published this on 2/3/2016 Palestinians don't attack Israeli soldiers in pursuit of 'economic peace' Following France's stuttering attempt to restart the peace process, US Secretary of State John Kerry met Palestinian Authority (PA) President Mahmoud Abbas in Amman. This could lead to a meeting between Israel and the PA possibly in …

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