Tag: BALFOUR DECLARATION

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BBC boycott targets Israeli bias on Gaza devastation

In a boycott launching today, organisers are fighting against the BBC's misinformation and lies during the Gaza genocide.

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The Balfour Declaration: The Ignored Majority

"Today, as a handful of Jews take to the streets in protest of the Declaration, they are simply labelled as ‘self-loathing Jews’ and are portrayed as an anomaly. But arguably, those few Jewish voices of opposition were, once upon a time, seen as the majority."

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The Dismantling of the Muslim World

As European leaders commemorate in Paris this week, we take a look at the gathering there a century ago that carved up the Muslim world ushering in an unprecedented era of strife...

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100 Years of Balfour: Between One Promise & Another

The Balfour Centenary can be good news for Palestine, argues Ahmed Hammuda...

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Balfour Declaration 100 years on: a moment of shame for the Muslim ummah?

Arthur Koestler witheringly summarised this Declaration as a document in which ‘one nation solemnly promised to a second nation the country of a third’...

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“UK must apologise for Balfour Declaration” – Important Petition

https://youtu.be/vZGs7ZZgvgE With the meeting of Donald Trump with Benjamin Netanyahu dominating many headlines this week, a petition has been launched for the United Kingdom to lead peace efforts in Palestine, due to its historical role in the catastrophe and ethnic cleansing of Palestinians from Palestine. It comes 100 years after

Why the world needs to know about Edwin S Montagu

Edwin S Montagu - The Jewish MP who opposed the Balfour Declaration On 23 August 1917, when the question of fraudulently giving the land of Palestine to Zionists was discussed in the Commons (what was to be known as the Balfour Declaration), the only Jew in the cabinet in parliament