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VIVA PALESTINE the World is with you till ETERNITY!!

VIVA PALESTINE the World is with you till ETERNITY!!


Here are all the countries that recognise Palestinian statehood                                 http://i100.independent.co.uk/article/here-are-all-the-countries-that-recognise-palestinian-statehood–xkVle9I-8e

Russia to Back UN Security Council Resolution on Palestinian State Establishment: Ministry http://sputniknews.com/politics/20141012/193984015/Russia-to-Back-UN-Security-Council-Resolution-on-Palestinian.html

Russia will back the draft resolution proposed by Palestine that sets the datelines for establishment of the State of Palestine, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Mikhail Bogdanov said Sunday.

CAIRO, October 12 (RIA Novosti) – Russia will back the draft resolution proposed by Palestine that sets the datelines for establishment of the State of Palestine, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Mikhail Bogdanov said Sunday.

“I cannot see any reasons to cavil about this text, or about Palestinian people’s wish to say once again ‘let’s have a look at this situation, in the UN framework’. So we say [to Palestinians], if you find one option or another suitable, then we will support you as friends. You know better what you need and how to achieve it. We think that the Palestinian case is fair, meaning that people have a right to self-determination, up to establishing their state,” Bogdanov told journalists.

Palestinians seek the creation of an independent state on the territories of the West Bank in East Jerusalem, partially occupied by Israel, as well as on the Gaza Strip territory controlled by Hamas militants. Palestine designated Jerusalem as its capital and calls on Israel to withdraw from the Palestinian territories it took after the 1967 war.

In 2012, the United Nations General Assembly upgraded Palestine from an “observer entity” to a “non-member observer state” and affirmed the Palestinian people’s right to self-determination.

By September 2013, the Palestinian State has been recognized by 134 UN member states, including Russia. However, most of the European Union members and the United States have not given their official recognition. Some EU members such as Hungary, Poland and Slovakia have recognized the Palestinian State before joining the bloc.


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Israel-Gaza conflict MPs set to vote to recognise the state of Palestine – World Politics – World – The Independent

Ed Miliband has instructed Labour MPs to back a vote in parliament that would call on the government to “unilaterally recognise” Palestine as a state.

MPs are on the verge of backing a historic parliamentary vote that would call on the British government to unilaterally recognise the state of Palestine. Politicians on both sides of the deeply divisive issue believe that the motion will be passed after Ed Miliband instructed his MPs to back it.

The resolution, due to be debated on Monday, also has the support of most Liberal Democrat MPs and a number of Tory backbenchers who have so far been given a free vote on the issue. Government ministers are expected to abstain.

While a vote in favour of Palestinian recognition would only be symbolic and not bind the Government it would nonetheless have profound international implications.

Last week Sweden became the first major EU country to announce that it intended officially to recognise the Palestinian state much to the fury of the Israeli Government, which called in the Swedish ambassador for a public reprimand.

The Israelis have always maintained that recognition should only follow a negotiated agreement between both sides, and it is understood that a senior member of the Israeli cabinet has directly lobbied senior Labour politicians not to back the motion.

Khaled Al Sabbah

No thanks for Britain,….
because it is the one who brought in the jewish to our home Palestine, and so gave the damn Belfor declaration!! Which oppressed the Palestinian people and kidnapped their land as well. During 66 years , it is the one to be blamed about what our Nakba! It is the one to be blamed about every single centemeter which was occupied by the damn Israel.. It is responsible for the blood of thousands of the Palestinians martyrs, it is the one to be blamed about everything ,, diaspora, agony, suffering , damaging of the Palestinians life..

khaled al sabbah.

  • Sitti Ahyuni Not only britain to be blamed. But also America n their friends who support the weapon, missil,bomb, and much more to hurt muslim brothers n sisters in palestine n other muslim countries even me HATE THEM ALOT.MAY THEM GO TO THE HELL!!!
  • Paul Phillips Hey im British. As you would not like to be punished for historic events please acknowledge that people of today have made a clear symbolic attempt to right the wrongs of our colonial past. Im just sincery sorry its taken so long.
  • Vicky Foster I’m sorry but British people of today sympathise with you. I’ve heard all about the promise Belford made and it upsets me that from it has caused misery, pain upset
  • Lee J Lennon Britain is a sick society that has infected and destroyed around the world that thrives and continues to this day.
    As we now move into the corporate government structure around the world you can see the Crown corporation is at its head. The Crown is not the Queen.
    The Crown also holds the copywrite on the Corporation known as the USA.
    The comment before is false, most s don’t care at all in England about the plight of others. Occupied and ignorant due to controlled press.
    National pride is simply aggression and England has probably caused more harm to humanity than any other “nation”, though the USA and Israel are catching up fast.
    The people today are just as guilty and the wars continue because they are educated to conform to false authority without question.
    I am ashamed of the “country” of my birth and the people in it.
  • Teresa Corea well said Khaled Al Sabbah
  • Mahmoud El-Yousseph Khaled, the people of Ireland, Scotland and the UK should be applauded for their effort not shunned. Members of the British Parliament vote based on the consciences of their continuants. I am a Palestinian living in the U.S. I many not live long enough to see the day where the US congress will have the same courage like their counterparts in the UK or Sweden. Just remember one thing, People across the UK that includes also Ireland and Scotland, are the most anti Israeli occupation in Europe. For that I am grateful and very proud.
  • Anna Abraham You are right Khaled Al Sabbah
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  • Caaron Aisha Butt Wow.. so for the last three wars on Gaza the work us british people put in to get this vote through our mps was for nothing. All the boycotts demonstrations petitions.. we have done it for nothing.
    I know since 2008 ive worked damned hard in uk to get this help for palestine.. n then get told british people are still shit.. basically .. i feel quite hurt khaled
  • Caaron Aisha Butt Try blaming the governments & not its people to those who think we are such shit people
  • Nightingale Flight @Cararon Aisha butt, that’s what Khaled was talking about. Please try to understand that English is not his mother language. Nobody judges the British people. This is self explanatory that he meant the government. So don’t take it personal.
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  • Caaron Aisha Butt Ok i apologise khaled
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  • Anna Abraham Caaron Aisha Butt please do not take it down to heart what Khaled Al Sabbah has said up coz he is using google translate and did not mean to hurt your feeling.. He is only talking about the root of the problem and about the Balfour Declaration and how bad it was as a decision. Am sure Khaled Al Sabbah acknowledge your good works and so do we
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  • Camal Soleiman I am a Palestinian and I am happy that we got the first step done ,even being simbolic, still something that wasn’t even dreamed about in the 70’s,today we can say that most of the people in most of the countries are on our side, and I asked to all my brothers to not turn away the people who is joining our fighting for recognition and to have our own country.
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  • Lux Adams Not the same Britain. This Britain is ashamed of its ancestor’s actions and excluding its disgusting PM is trying to rectify that. This is a huge power moving in the right direction, I think it’s great.
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“British Members of Parliament (MPs) voted in favor of the motion with a majority of 274 to 12 after a six-hour debate on Monday… Prime Minister David Cameron was amongst the government members who refrained from voting…

Palestinians are seeking to create an independent state on the territories of the West Bank, East al-Quds, and the Gaza Strip and are demanding that Israel withdraw from the occupied Palestinian territories.

Tel Aviv, however, has refused to return to the 1967 borders and is unwilling to discuss the issue of al-Quds…”

Diplomats: EU weighs steps to curb settlements, including blacklisting convicted settlers\

Another measure being considered is to draw up a list of Israeli settlers who have been convicted of crimes and ban them from entering the EU, one official said.


European officials are looking at new ways to press Israel to halt its building of settlements on land the Palestinians want for a state, as frustration over the construction program reaches a new high, European diplomats say.

The discussions are at an early stage, but officials say the European Union may look at stopping Jewish settlers convicted of crimes from visiting the EU and could examine the fine print of a free-trade agreement, although there is no talk of sanctions.

A series of steps by Israel in recent weeks, including the seizure of 1,000 acres of land near the Palestinian town of Bethlehem and plans to build 2,600 settler homes near Jerusalem, has angered the European Union, the United States and the United Nations, fueling calls for a response.


WATCH: Britain Officially Recognizes Palestine

Published on Oct 13, 2014

The British parliament voted in favor of a symbolic move to recognize Palestine as an official state, answering impassioned pleas by pro-Palestinian ministers and activists.

British Members of Parliament (MPs) voted in favor of the motion with a majority of 274 to 12 after a six-hour debate on Monday.

The debate was initiated in the House of Commons by Labour MP Graham Morris, who said that the UK is morally responsible to take action because of its history as a colonial power in the region.

Throughout the debate, the plight of the Palestinians was reportedly highlighted by many MPs.

Prime Minister David Cameron was amongst the government members who refrained from voting.

The debate was being watched around the world, following Sweden’s recent decision to recognize Palestine as a sovereign state which drew anger from Israel earlier in the month. Other European countries are also likely follow suit.

Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Lofven made the announcement during his inauguration speech at the Swedish parliament on October 3.

On November 29, 2012, the 193-member United Nations General Assembly voted to upgrade Palestine’s status to non-member observer state.

Palestinians are seeking to create an independent state on the territories of the West Bank, East al-Quds, and the Gaza Strip and are demanding that Israel withdraw from the occupied Palestinian territories.

Tel Aviv, however, has refused to return to the 1967 borders and is unwilling to discuss the issue of al-Quds.

British MPs vote in favour of Palestinian State


by crescent-online.net

October, 2014

While symbolic, the vote in the British House of Commons today in favor of recognizing the Palestinian State has great political significance. It has boosted the morale of the Palestinians while bringing grief to the Zionist occupiers of Palestine.

London, Crescent-online
Monday October 13, 2014, 23:03 DST

Amid intense lobbying both for and against, members of the British Parliament (lower house) voted today 274-12 in favor of recognizing Palestine as a State.

The motion in the British House of Commons read: “this house believes that the government should recognize the state of Palestine alongside the state of Israel as a contribution to securing a negotiated two-state solution.”

While the vote, called for by the opposition MP Grahame Morris, will not have any immediate impact on British government policy—Prime Minister David Cameron abstained from voting but the opposition Labor leader Ed Milliband, himself Jewish voted in favor—the parliament’s decision carries great symbolic significance for the Palestinians.

They have struggled for decades to secure international recognition. Last year, the UN voted to confer on Palestine the status of a non-member State entity and the British vote comes just as Sweden’s new centre-left government is set to officially recognize Palestine.

The Palestinians hope that European countries will act to grant recognition to Palestine alongside other by UN member states.

Almost exactly 97 years ago (November 1917), then British Foreign Secretary Lord James Balfour, in response to a letter from Baron Rothschild, had promised to create a homeland for the Jewish people in Palestine without affecting the rights of indigenous Palestinian people.

Britain had no right to promise the land of one people—the Palestinians—to another people—European Jews—without even consulting the indigenous population.

The promise and subsequent moves by Britain were based on raw colonialism that rode rough shods over the rights of the Palestinian people who have suffered immeasurably to this day.

Gradually, however, it has started to dawn on western powers including Britain that unless a two-state solution is imposed on the Holy Land, the Zionist State will disappear altogether.

This was demonstrated during the July-August Zionist onslaught on Gaza during which Hamas and Islamic Jihad fighters gave the Israeli army a bloody nose. While the Israelis killed nearly 2,200 Palestinians civilians, one-third of them children, Palestinian fighters managed to kill 73 Israelis, almost all of them soldiers.

This set alarm bells ringing in Tel Aviv as well as other western capitals including London, Paris, Berlin and Washington DC. The old colonialists and imperialists can clearly see the writing on the wall and the impending demise of the Zionist entity.

For their part, the Zionists continue their bloody-minded policies but they are short-circuiting their own tortuous existence.

Ultimately, the future of Palestine will be decided on the battlefield when the Zionists are completely defeated but every diplomatic setback the Zionists suffer is a step in the right direction.


Palestinian factions applaud cabinet’s Gaza visit


GAZA CITY (Ma’an) — Palestinian factions on Thursday applauded the national consensus government for visiting the Gaza Strip for its first cabinet meeting in the besieged coastal enclave.

A spokesman of Fatah movement, Osama al-Qawasmi said in a statement that holding the meeting in Gaza was an important step toward maintaining Palestinian national unity.

The move, he added, is an “important message to whom it may concern telling that President (Mahmoud) Abbas, the Fatah movement and all other Palestinian factions are adamant to move forward with national unity as an important stage on the way to independence and freedom.”

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