37 ex-EU leaders wrote a letter, so what could the current European leaders do to deliver justice to Palestinians?

First published by the Middle East Monitor on 17/4/2019 Activists laid out 4.500 pairs of shoes in front of the Council of the EU in Belgium on 28 May 2018 to represent every person killed in the Israel-Palestine conflict in the past decade [File photo] The European Union is at a crossroads when it comes …

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Israeli elections and the Palestinian question

First published by TRT World on 8/4/2019 Palestinians are hardly a footnote in the Israeli election and those who get to vote are forced to make a choice between soft apartheid and a hard one. As Israelis go to the polls to elect their next parliamentarians and prime minister, spare a thought for the occupied …

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Israeli apartheid in the spotlight

First published by The New Arab on 29/3/2019 Comment: It's time the UN republished the ESCWA report on Israeli practices of Apartheid against the Palestinian people A visit to Hebron, divided between Israeli settlers and Palestinians, is instructive [Getty] University students across the world have been holding events in support of the Palestinian people and …

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The Great March of Return is the definitive guide to Israeli injustice

First published by TRT World on 29/3/2019 For a whole year scores of Palestinians have been killed and wounded for simply demanding their right to return home. For the Palestinians, the 30th of March traditionally marks 'land day', when they commemorate Israel’s killing of six Palestinians in 1976 who were protesting the Israeli government’s announcement …

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Grenfell Tower and Christchurch, 2 prime ministers, one leader

First published by the Middle East Monitor on 22/3/2019 New Zealand's Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern leaves a gathering in honour for those killed in the Christchurch massacre on 22 March 2019 [MARTY MELVILLE/AFP/Getty Images] I had not heard of New Zealand’s 38-year-old prime minster Jacinda Ardern until the recent mosque massacres in Christchurch in which over 50 …

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Report: Israel’s ‘racist’ Nation-State Law condemned in Westminster

Report by Middle East Monitor 27/2/2019 Hosted by British Labour MP Andy Slaughter, the seminar brought together individuals from the legal, diplomatic and public policy fields https://videos.files.wordpress.com/Sh0p1LGM/israele28099s-e28098raciste28099-nation-state-law-condemned-in-westminster-1_hd.mp4 Israel’s Jewish Nation-State Law was condemned as “racist” at a seminar held in the Palace of Westminster yesterday by EuroPal Forum whose chairman, Zaher Birawi, described the legislation …

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Interview: Netanyahu and Trump to create Palestinian state after Israeli elections

I was interviewed by Sputnik radio on 26/2/2019 https://m.soundcloud.com/radiosputnik/the-prospects-for-this-deal-to-fail-are-pretty-high-professor

حان الوقت أن يتصرف الاتحاد الأوروبي حيال الجرائم الإسرائيلية

مع شكري لوكالة وطن للأنباء لترجمة مقالي المنشور في مرصد الشرق الأوسط بتاريخ12.2.2019 نشر المقال المترجم بتاريخ 17.2.2019 كتب كامل حواش- ترجمة خاصة وطن - آلاء راضي: يبدو جلياً أن هناك غيابا لمحاسبة إسرائيل لما يزيد عن سبعة عقود حول الجرائم ضد الشعب الفلسطيني. "طفح الكيل" هي عبارة مستخدمة دائماً ولكن في حالة شعب فلسطين المحتل الذي …

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Palestinians aren’t spared the horrors of occupation for the sake of sport

First published by TRT World on 29/1/2019 Malaysia has been stripped of holding a sporting event because it would not allow Israel to participate in the competition. Is the decision fair - and is Israel held to the same standard? The World Para-Swimming Championships were due to open in Malaysia on the 29th of July. …

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