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Campaign Letter against British government's support for Israel

03 July 2003

Voice your concerns over the British government's continued silent support for the Israeli regime. The specimen letter outlines various issues...

Voice your concerns over the British government's continued silent support for the Israeli regime. The specimen letter outlines various issues and demands:

• Pursue justice for the Hurndall family as they try and get accountability for the violence perpetrated against their son.
• Dismiss Lord Levy as the Prime Minister’s Special Envoy to the Middle East - his position conflicts with his openly Zionist connections and brings British diplomacy into disrepute.
• Stop ministers attending the events of, supporting and promoting unashamedly pro-Israeli organisations e.g. United Jewish Israel Appeal which funds the immigration of Jews to Israel whilst millions of Palestinians remain refugees and are denied the right of return.

To download a copy of the specimen letter to Jack Straw MP, British Foreign Secretary, please click on the link below.


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