مشروع قانون مناهضة مقاطعة إسرائيل يهدد الديمقراطية البريطانية

ترجمة مقالي في الميديل ايست اي بتاريخ ١٦/٥/٢٠٢٢ مع الشكر لموقع العربي في المملكة المتحدة إنّ الإعلان الأخير في خطاب الملكة عن خطة الحكومة لمنع الهيئات العامة من المشاركة في حملات مقاطعة إسرائيل – بحجة أنّ مثل هذا النشاط من شأنه أن يؤثر على التماسك المجتمعيّ – كان مطروحًا منذ الحملة الانتخابية لعام 2019 ، …

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Israel-Palestine: Anti-boycott bill threatens British democracy

First published by the Middle East Eye on 16/5/2022 As outlined in the Queen's Speech, Conservatives are set to bring forward legislation to ban public bodies from participating in BDS campaigns A flag flutters at the Palace of Westminster in central London in October 2019 (AFP) The recent announcement in the Queen’s Speech on the government’s plan …

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Opinion: Palestine: Why Mahmoud Abbas and his team must go

First published by the Middle East Eye on 14/2/2022 Central Council meeting showed, yet again, that our leaders are unaccountable to the people Palestinian political leaders must back away from their illegitimate positions and stop trying to take the Palestinian people for fools. At a meeting last week of the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO)’s central council in …

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To honour Tutu’s legacy, we must side with the oppressed not the oppressor

First published by the Middle East Eye on 31/12/2021 Tutu would have wanted a commitment from world leaders to fight injustice, inequality, and Apartheid wherever they occurred, including in occupied Palestine Nobel peace laureate Desmond Tutu (L) listens to a survivor from the Al-Asamneh family in Beit Hanun in the northern Gaza Strip on 28 …

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Yes, Palestinians must get reparations from the British. But an apology is vital too

First published by the Middke East Eye on 3/11/2021 The British are famed for saying sorry when they've done wrong. Apologising for the Balfour Declaration would let Palestinians start reclaiming the narrative from the Israeli occupiers An activist waves a Palestinian flag near a police checkpoint at the entrance of the Sheikh Jarrah neighbourhood in …

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Nakba: Seven decades on, Israel has united not defeated Palestinians

First published by the Middle East Eye on 14/5/2021 From Jerusalem to Haifa, Gaza, Beirut, Damascus and beyond, we are one people with a right to self-determination in our homeland. The current uprising proves it A mural reads 'Palestine will remain, from the river to the sea' in Tripoli, Lebanon, on 13 May 2021 (AFP) …

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Save Sheikh Jarrah: Palestinians have a right to remain on their land

First published by the Middle East Eye on 23/3/2021 As Israel continues its ethnic cleansing of Jerusalem's Sheikh Jarrah district, Palestinians are ramping up pressure on the international community to act Activists protest Israeli occupation in Sheikh Jarrah, Jerusalem, on 19 March 2021 (AFP) The hashtags #SaveSheikhJarrah and its Arabic equivalent began appearing on my Twitter timeline …

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Palestine’s electoral process threatens to legitimise the status quo

First published by the Middle East Eye on 27/1/2021 By holding parliamentary elections first, the Palestinian leadership aims to protect the PA and the Oslo paradigm. A series of Palestinian elections have been scheduled between May and August (AFP/file photo) A letter from Hamas chief Ismail Haniyeh was enough to trigger a long-awaited presidential decree by Palestinian Authority (PA) President …

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l proceso electoral palestino amenaza con legitimar el statu quo

First published by the Middle East Eye on 27/1/2021 Enero 27, 2021 Prensa Comunidad Palestina Una carta del jefe de Hamas, Ismail Haniyeh, bastó para que el presidente de la Autoridad Palestina (AP), Mahmoud Abbas, promulgara este mes un esperado decreto presidencial que establece un calendario de elecciones. Tras meses de negociaciones y reuniones entre las …

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Israel’s flight to the UAE: Taking the Emirates for a ride

First published by the Middle East Eye on 1/9/2020 True peace can only be achieved when Palestinians obtain freedom, justice and equality in their historic homeland An El Al plane from Israel lands in Abu Dhabi on 31 August (AFP) When the doors of El Al flight LY971 opened at the Abu Dhabi airport, it confirmed the …

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