Peace, Justice and Equal Rights in Palestine/Israel

Discover the truth behind the British betrayal of Palestine in Peter Shambrook's new book, 'Policy of Deceit.' Dive into a detailed exploration of secret correspondence, broken promises, and political cover-ups from WWI to the Balfour Declaration. Ilan Pappe calls it ‘The most comprehensive and incisive exposure of the origins of the British betrayal of Palestine.’ Learn how Britain abandoned its pledge to the Arabs and the lingering impact of these decisions. £35.00
Three Worlds: Memoirs of an Arab Jew by Avi Shlaim

A review by Gillian Mosely, director of the Tinderbox. More

KEYS: A Troubled Inheritance Podcast ​

An epic journey to uncover a Holocaust inheritance leads relentlessly to discovering a Nakba inheritance: two catastrophes that are very different, but very connected. More

The ICJ should rule on the legality of the 1967 Occupation

The full Yesh Din legal opinion, with commentary from Sir Vincent Fean. More

Influencing the UK-Israel Free Trade Agreement

Read the full report by one of our Fellowship Students groups focusing on Israel, international law and whether the UK-Israel Free Trade Agreement is complicit in West Bank annexation. More

The Jaffa Riots of 1921

Mike Scott-Baumann reviews the findings of the Haycraft Commission, which reported on the fatal clashes in Jaffa in May, 1921, between the 'new' (Zionist) Jews and 'aggrieved' Palestinian Arabs, less than four years after the Balfour Declaration, and their reverberations across Palestine. More


From BCE, through the Middle Ages with persecution of Jews in Western Europe and a welcoming Poland, to 1948. With particular emphasis on Britain's involvement from the 1840s to end of the Mandate. More