Tag Archives: Palestine
‘Personal Journeys: The Global Impact of Israel’s Dissenting Voices’
Notes taken by Susan Walpole – Facilitate Global Fundraising Dinner, London, 10 April 2013
These notes are of two brief talks by Miko Peled and Ilan Pappe, followed by a Question and Answer (Q & A) session. Views expressed are… Continue reading
Palestinian Children in Israeli military detention
Here in South Tottenham (London), attending a Twinning Conference organised excellently and robustly by Haringey Justice for Palestinians, a creative branch of the Palestine Solidarity Campaign, I am just recovering from the… Continue reading
Abbas Submits Weak UN Status Bid
Palestine deserves full UN membership. It’s entitled to all rights and privileges afforded other Member States. Getting them is simple. It should have happened years ago.
Palestine satisfies all essential criteria. On November 15, 1988, it achieved statehood.
Previous articles explained. Security Council… Continue reading
Palestinian UN Recognition Bid Wins Support From Switzerland, Denmark
Stephanie Nebehay and Noah Browning
GENEVA/RAMALLAH, West Bank, Nov 28 (Reuters) – Switzerland and Denmark on Wednesday joined a growing list of European countries that back an upgrade for Palestinians to non-member status at the United Nations, a victory that would be a diplomatic… Continue reading
A Deadly Déjà Vu
Operation Pillar of Cloud
“Now we can sense the sweet scent and the soulful breeze of the spring, a spring that has just begun and doesn’t belong to a specific race, ethnicity, nation or region, a spring that will soon reach all… Continue reading
On Israel’s State Identity
Basheer Al Zoughbi
One of the most fundamental conceptual premises was centered on how to define the identity of the new state. Theodor Herzl provided in ‘The Jewish State’ booklet that the proposed state will be for the Jewish people and in any event Herzel’s Jewish… Continue reading
One state solution featured on NPR and in Carter ‘IHT’ Op-Ed
As the possibility of a two-state solution fades into the horizon (cue the flatline), the discussion of alternatives continues to expand. Building off last month’s One State conference at Harvard, NPR‘s Morning Edition featured a story… Continue reading
‘I’ve Been Duped’
Reflections on Israel and Palestine
April 09, 2012 “Huffington Post
Dr Ghada Karmi @ Israeli Apartheid Week, Middlesex University – UK
Dr Ghada Karmi (Palestinian doctor of medicine, author and academic) – speaks at the “Is Israel an Apartheid State?”. As part of a series of events for “Israeli Apartheid Week”.
The panel discussion was organised by The Middlesex University Free Palestine Society… Continue reading
Baroness Tonge : Is Israel an Apartheid State? Source:
Rt Hon Baroness Jenny Tonge, speaking at Middlesex University Free Palestine Society’s event titled: Is Israel an Apartheid State, as part of Israeli Apartheid Week 2012 at Middlesex University.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?NR=1&feature=endscreen&v=pCeCCoQ3XdA, Uploaded by mdxfreepalestine on Feb 27, 2012… Continue reading