Poll Do You Support The People Of Palestine?

Do You Support The People Of Palestine or Israel?

  • Palestine

    Votes: 68 43.0%
  • Israel

    Votes: 47 29.7%
  • Neither

    Votes: 19 12.0%
  • Both

    Votes: 24 15.2%

  • Total voters
    158
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Now why would a leader say that? Could it be because Israel has slaughtered tens of thousands of Lebanese and tried on several occasions to illegally occupy and colonise Lebanon, as Israel has done in Palestine?

Sure all that's nothing is it. Nasrallah should be saying he loves Israelis :rolleyes:

You'll have some links for that tosh, I daresay?:rolleyes:
 
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An Israel lobby group in the Labour Party is trying to pass a rules change at the main UK opposition party’s conference, which starts this weekend.

The Jewish Labour Movement – which is closely linked to the Israeli embassy – claims the motion aims to “create a zero-tolerance environment for anti-Semitism” in the party.

But critics charge that the Jewish Labour Movement, which has been at the center of politically motivated exaggerations of anti-Semitism, is merely aiming to make it easier to push Palestine solidarity activists out of the party.

Labour’s National Executive Committee, its main governing body, on Tuesday approved a version of the rules change which will now be put to a full vote at the party conference.

Despite the Jewish Labour Movement taking credit, documents seen by The Electronic Intifada prove that the motion is substantially watered down from the one the group originally proposed.

But left-wing activists, such as Jewish Voice for Labour, are still wary of the rules change, even in its new form.''

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Is the Israel lobby rewriting the Labour Party's rule book?
 

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An Israel lobby group in the Labour Party is trying to pass a rules change at the main UK opposition party’s conference, which starts this weekend.

The Jewish Labour Movement – which is closely linked to the Israeli embassy – claims the motion aims to “create a zero-tolerance environment for anti-Semitism” in the party.

But critics charge that the Jewish Labour Movement, which has been at the center of politically motivated exaggerations of anti-Semitism, is merely aiming to make it easier to push Palestine solidarity activists out of the party.

Labour’s National Executive Committee, its main governing body, on Tuesday approved a version of the rules change which will now be put to a full vote at the party conference.

Despite the Jewish Labour Movement taking credit, documents seen by The Electronic Intifada prove that the motion is substantially watered down from the one the group originally proposed.

But left-wing activists, such as Jewish Voice for Labour, are still wary of the rules change, even in its new form.''

Read more:

Is the Israel lobby rewriting the Labour Party's rule book?

Is it not wacist to have a Jewish Labour Movement in the Labour Party? I wonder what if we had an Aryan Labour Movement?
 
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An Israel lobby group in the Labour Party is trying to pass a rules change at the main UK opposition party’s conference, which starts this weekend.

The Jewish Labour Movement – which is closely linked to the Israeli embassy – claims the motion aims to “create a zero-tolerance environment for anti-Semitism” in the party.

But critics charge that the Jewish Labour Movement, which has been at the center of politically motivated exaggerations of anti-Semitism, is merely aiming to make it easier to push Palestine solidarity activists out of the party.

Labour’s National Executive Committee, its main governing body, on Tuesday approved a version of the rules change which will now be put to a full vote at the party conference.

Despite the Jewish Labour Movement taking credit, documents seen by The Electronic Intifada prove that the motion is substantially watered down from the one the group originally proposed.

But left-wing activists, such as Jewish Voice for Labour, are still wary of the rules change, even in its new form.''

Read more:

Is the Israel lobby rewriting the Labour Party's rule book?

An 'Israel lobby' has two chances in the British Labour Party....:rolleyes:
 

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