The Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine (DFLP) paid tribute to the Arab parliamentarians who made at the meetings of Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU) a dignified act that reflected the true spirit of patriotism and true brotherly solidarity with the people of Palestine and its struggles, which led to the expulsion of Israeli entity from the meeting in a humiliated way.
Different geologists and economists confirm that Palestine lies above vast reservoirs of oil and gas wealth, although this collides with the fact that the Palestinians are facing a “major stumbling block” preventing them from exploiting such riches, which is the Israeli occupation that has been controlling all natural resources and their development since 1967.
The Charity Commission has warned that making grants to Israeli settlements in the occupied Palestinian territory (oPt) could potentially constitute a breach of the Geneva Conventions Act of 1957, in a significant hardening of the Commission’s approach to the issue.
Ali Velayati, head of the Iranian Center for Strategic Research, has applauded the Hamas Movement for its adherence to the armed resistance as a means to liberate the Palestinian land from the occupation.
When it comes to the various stakeholders in the Israeli Palestinian conflict Israel has guaranteed American support in almost whatever it does. Other stakeholders, including the EU, have consistently criticised Israeli government policy but consistently failed to back it up with any action. That is, possibly, until now.
Far from exercising their right to reporting, Israel and the Palestinian Authority have ensured that Palestinian journalists continue to face restrictions, violations and punitive measures from both ends. On Wednesday, Ma’an news agency reported that another two Palestinian journalists were arrested by Israel during dawn raids upon several Palestinian media outlets, claiming the broadcasting of “inciting material”.