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Shining a spotlight on Samidoun.

Shining a spotlight on Samidoun.

This coming weekend, an organisation by the name of ‘Samidoun Palestinian Prisoner Solidarity Network’ (Samidoun) is co-hosting an event entitled “Speak Out For Palestinian Resistance” The co-hosts are an assortment of charmers, amongst them ‘Victory for the Intifada’...

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Another day, another fake victory.

Another day, another fake victory.

Recently, the Palestine Solidarity Campaign (PSC) declared a “BDS victory” after Luton Town Football Club announced that they were changing their kit sponsor from Puma to Umbro. In recent years, Puma have been targeted by the PSC and Boycott Divestment Sanction (BDS)...

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Farewell Ambassador.

Farewell Ambassador.

This week, it was announced by the Israeli embassy in London that Ambassador Mark Regev would be finishing his tenure earlier than expected and would be returning to Israel imminently. You can read our Tweet which we made upon hearing this news by clicking here. The...

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Israel continues its exit from lockdown

Israel continues its exit from lockdown

The winds of change are blowing more in Israel than here in the UK. Earlier this week (Monday) saw the relaxing of the strictest measures in place to ensure social distancing across Israel. People are now allowed on the beaches (although not to sit/sunbath), more work...

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Finally, Israel has a new government!

Finally, Israel has a new government!

Israel FINALLY has a new government The path has been been cleared for Benjamin Nentanyahu and Benny Gantz to form the Unity Government and get the Knesset back up and fully functioning. On Wednesday night, the High Court judged that a lawmaker (an MK) with criminal...

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Israel eases out of lockdown

Israel eases out of lockdown

Over the past week, Israel has begun to lift some of its Coronavirus-related lockdown restrictions. It began last week with the re-opening of some types of shops and businesses, best summarised as follows: People allowed to collect take away from restaurants, with...

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#HomeAtzmaut: Celebrating Israel’s 72nd birthday in lockdown

#HomeAtzmaut: Celebrating Israel’s 72nd birthday in lockdown

Yom Ha’atzmaut 72 is certainly one to remember. One for the archives! Israel is country in which most of citizens have lived through some very tough times, whether they be the conditions around the time of Independence itself in 1948 or any one or more of the numerous...

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Israel and the Coronavirus – a Roundup

Israel and the Coronavirus – a Roundup

The current situation On Wednesday of this week, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced a raft of tougher measures against the Coronavirus which came into effect from 5 p.m.on 25th March 2020 for a seven-day period. The. measures include a prohibition on people...

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Israel Elections Update

Israel Elections Update

Last week, the Israeli government took the drastic action to close the Knesset building on the grounds of health and safety, as a number of MK’s had contracted the corona virus, a move which could comfortably be considered in line with the restrictions placed on all...

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ZF postpones its annual fundraising dinner due to COVID-19

ZF postpones its annual fundraising dinner due to COVID-19

13.03.2020 Dear Supporters, It is with great regret that we at the Zionist Federation have had to take the difficult decision to cancel our Annual Dinner. Having taken advice and monitoring the situation closely, as I am sure you have been as well, the management and...

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Westminster debates Palestinian textbook incitement

Westminster debates Palestinian textbook incitement

On Tuesday of this week, 10th March 2020, Jonathan Gullis, Conservative MP for Stoke-on-Trent North, led a parliamentary debate in Westminster Hall about the incitement, radicalisation and glorification of terror found throughout all grades of Palestinian Authority...

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