Israel’s latest home demolitions highlight the need for UN censure

First published by TRT World on 26/7/2019 Passing Item 7 at the UN Human Rights Council would send the message to Israel that it is not beyond reproach. On July 22, Israeli demolition teams began work early in the neighbourhood of Wadi al Hummus in the village of Sur Bahir in the occupied West Bank. …

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لندن تتهم إيران باعتراض سفينة بريطانية في مضيق هرمز

مشاركتي في نشرة أخبار قناة DMC بتاريخ ١١/٧/٢٠١٩ https://youtu.be/r7PTd69BMmI

Why supporters of the Palestinian people are marching in London on the 11th of May

First published by the Middle East Monitor on 10/5/2019 Protests in London supporting Palestine against ‘attempts to annihilate the cause’ It is not 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60 or 70 years since the Nakba, the Palestinian people’s Catastrophe. This year the Palestinians will be marking the 71st year since their dispossession and the creation of Apartheid …

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اخر تطورات أزمة البريكسيت

تعليقي من الدقيقة ٤٧ على اخر التطورات على قناة الميادين بتاريخ ١٠/٤/٢٠١٩ https://youtu.be/aJIcOM5UwTw

There are no fig leaves left to cover the uncomfortable and illegal facts about Israel

First published by the Middle East Monitor on 8/4/2019 Israeli forces intervene in Palestinians during a protest against construction of Jewish settlement within 43rd anniversary of Palestinian Land Day in Ramallah, West Bank on March 29, 2019. [Issam Rimawi - Anadolu Agency] There is nothing left of the rotten fig leaves which have been used …

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بريطانيا:البرلمان يرفض الخروج من الاتحاد الاوروبي بدون اتفاق

تعليقي في برنامج أضواء على الأحداث في قناة الحوار بتاريخ ٤/٤/٢٠١٩ https://youtu.be/Klc49roZgFc

Why is Britain providing cover for Israel’s human rights abuses?

First published by the Middle East Eye on 28/3/2019 As the US recognised Israeli sovereignty over the Golan Heights, Britain opted to oppose all UN Human Rights Council resolutions on Israeli violations of Palestinian rights Palestinian protesters march at the Gaza fence on 22 March (AFP) It was a bad day for Palestinians, but even …

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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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Nightmare neighbours: What if a religious settler project took over Britain?

First published by the Middle East Eye on 18/3/2019 To understand Israel’s land grab in Palestine, imagine the backlash if similar circumstances unfolded in the UK Palestinians demonstrate by the Israeli settlement of Modiin Illit in 2015 (AFP) The UN Human Rights Council this month delayed publication of a promised database of companies complicit in Israel’s illegal …

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