- Friends of Israel: The Backlash Against Palestinian Solidarity
- First Encounter: The King-Crane Commission and Palestine, 1919
- An Eye Witness account of my time as an Ecumenical Accompanier in the West Bank, including East Jerusalem.
- The 2030 roadmap for UK-Israel bilateral relations
- Screening of the documentary film Britain in Palestine 1917 – 1948
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Tag Archives: Settlements
A welcome move
As concerned citizens of Israel, we welcome the publication of the UN database of companies doing business with Israeli settlements in the occupied territories. The settlements deprive Palestinians of their basic freedoms and block their economic development. They sabotage the … Continue reading
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The status of West Bank settlements under international law.
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo cannot rewrite international law. By John McHugo , Balfour Project Trustee and International Lawyer Following the comments by the US Secretary of State on Monday, we have felt it necessary to clarify the legal … Continue reading
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Let’s not pretend Washington ever really tried to stop Israeli settlements
Aaron David Miller and Daniel Kurtzer, The Washington Post Published 6:19 am EST, Friday, November 22, 2019 By most accounts, the Trump administration’s decision to treat Israel’s settlement enterprise as a legal endeavor is a retreat by the United States from … Continue reading
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