Zionism in practice – Israel’s Daily Toll on Palestinian Life, Limb, Liberty and Property
Zionism in practice – Israel’s Daily Toll on Palestinian Life, Limb, Liberty and Propert
Respect for international law offers the greatest hope for peace but Western governments have so far lacked the will to enforce it. Urgent intervention in the form of sanctions on Israel could save many lives and provide hope for the future.
Why is it that the deaths of Palestinian children seldom rate reporting but the killing of a Hamas military figure does?
Murray McCully should explain his preference for what he calls 'dialogue' over law enforcement. He claims that NZ's approach to Israel and the Palestinians is “even-handed” so why not grant Palestinian students visa-free access?
I am a Londoner, born in 1936 - a flamenco guitarist and actor. I now live in Auckland, New Zealand and am a member of the Palestine Human Rights Campaign, on behalf of whom I compile a daily newsletter In Occupied Palestine.
My childhood was spent in London and my earliest memories are of the Nazi blitz. I can remember also the establishment of the state of Israel and my father's dire predictions of the injustices and horrors that were to follow.
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