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ALERT: all-party attack on free speech for Palestine

A report published today by the all-party Home Affairs Select Committee unanimously recommends limits on political free speech. The six Tory MPs, three New Labour and one SNP were unanimous in urging that: ·the term ‘Zionist’ be allowed only in an academically neutral or positive tone; using the term in an “accusatory“ manner should be categorised as “inflammatory” by all political parties and… Read full article
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Stewart MacDonald MP sings the Israeli Embassy song

"Ten years earlier most of the main SNP leaders signed a motion in the Scottish Parliament to send “an important message to the Palestinian people expressing Scotland’s disgust at their treatment at the hands of the Israeli Government”. Now Stewart MacDonald shares in the “inspiration for Scotland [Winnie Ewing] saw in Israel”, including the fascist-inspired butcher, Menachem Begin." Stewart… Read full article
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Scoreboard: SPSC 4 - 0 ScottishPFs (with two 'games' to go)

"...in May 2010 then-First Minister Alex Salmond rightly attacked the idea that Scottish Jews "should be judged or affected by the policies of Israel. The Jewish community is not liable for those policies”. It is therefore troubling that the Lord Advocate has now accepted the Zionist claim that the Israel State represents in some way Scottish Jews. Having officially endorsed this central tenet of… Read full article

Urgent: quickly send a letter to your MP to demand release of these children from an Israeli prison

Nine children aged 13-17 were kidnapped this afternoon (Monday 10 October) from Aida Refugee Camp in Bethlehem by masked Israeli soldiers. On Wednesday October 5th three 14-year-olds, Mustafa Bdair, Mo'taz Barak'ah and Omar Radi were seized from their homes at 4am by Israeli soldiers. They were released on Sunday evening. The three are members of Lajee Dance group from in Aida Refugee Camp in… Read full article
Shimon Peres

Peres: Israeli war criminal whose victims the West ignored

Ben White Middle East Monitor A few years ago, Peres described the Palestinians as “self-victimising.” He went on: “They victimise themselves. They are a victim of their own mistakes unnecessarily.” Such cruel condescension was characteristic of a man for whom “peace” always meant colonial pacification. Peres was born in modern day Belarus in 1923, and his family moved to Palestine in the 1930s.… Read full article