Trump’s 12 days of Christmas: The gift that keeps on giving – to Israel

First published by the Middle East Eye on 24/12/2019 From the Jerusalem embassy move to UNRWA funding cuts, the US administration has lavished Israel with gifts while erasing Palestinian rights US President Donald Trump stands on stage after his address to the Israeli American Council National Summit in Florida on 7 December (AFP) Christmas - …

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Anti-BDS move likely among first actions of new UK government

First published by the Arab Weekly on 22/12/2019 Considering its historic responsibility to the Palestinian people, the United Kingdom should be atoning for the Balfour Declaration. Unexpected start. Britain’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson speaking at the despatch box in the House of Commons in London, during the first sitting of Parliament since the general election, …

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بريطانيا: حكومة المحافظين تتجه لحظر حملة مقاطعة الإحتلال

مشاركتي في برنامج أضواء على الأحداث على قناة الحوار بتاريخ ١٨/٢/٢٠١٩ https://youtu.be/Nj313M4Tx7o

Made in Israel?

Part of my contribution to RT news about the European Court of Justice ruling in labelling of illegal Israeli settlement goods On 12/11/2019 https://youtu.be/xoZAm_H5uPE

The Palestinian voice will be heard at the Labour conference

First published by the Middle East Monitor on 21/9/2019 John Bercow, the speaker of the UK’s House of Commons, will be standing down soon. He has been an animated figure, whose gesticulations and dressing downs of MPs have left a mark with viewers all over the world. At the height of the continuing Brexit saga, …

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British author denied German literary award over support for Israel boycott

I was interviewed by RTUK on 19/9/2019 https://youtu.be/jcmhwvq-efA

The whole world is a threat to Israel’s security

  First published by the Middle East Monitor on 27/8/2019 Israeli forces attack Palestinian worshippers in Jerusalem’s Al-Aqsa mosque on 11 August 2019 [Faiz Abu Rmeleh/Anadolu Agency] Israel’s greatest weapon against peace is its endlessly fluid security needs. It really is a case of “how long is its security piece of string”? The piece of …

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Israel won’t silence Tlaib, Omar by banning them from entry

First published by the Middle East Monitor on Friday 16/8/2019 Rashida Tlaib (R) and Ilhan Omar (L) became the first Middle Eastern women to be elected to Congress during the US mid-terms on 6 November, 2018 [Facebook] US Representatives, Rashida Tlaib and Ilhan Omar, a thorn in the side of the American establishment and the …

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Canada’s move to label settlement wines is a positive step. Much more is needed

First published by the Middle East Eye on 2/8/2019 The global community must take action to remind Israel and its US backers of the vital importance of international law One wine in question is made by Shiloh Winery, based in a West Bank settlement (AFP) In what is one of their darkest hours, Palestinians are …

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Thousands de-activate their Airbnb accounts over West Bank listings

I was interviewed by RT UK on 15/5/2019 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V_N4r93WIhY