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Labour's Jeremy Corbyn refuses to attend Balfour Celebration dinner

The Labour leader will instead send Shadow Foreign Secretary Emily Thornberry in his place.

By JPOST.COM STAFF
29/10/2017
President Reuven Rivlin (L) meets former secretary of state Henry Kissinger in New York

Grapevine: Balfour and the Brits

Life for Jews in Iraq became increasingly difficult with the rise of the Ba’ath Party.

Mahmoud Abbas

As I See It: Israel, not the West, stands for international law

The West maintains that Israel occupies Palestinian territory in the “West Bank.” This is untrue. There has never been any “Palestinian territory.”

 Jeremy Corbyn

Israel’s envoy to London: Redline crossed

"Leadership must not be neutral about anti-Semitism."

02/05/2016
Mark Regev

Anti-Israel graffiti found defacing UK campus after ambassador's visit

A day after envoy Regev visited London's SOAS campus, protests erupted by anti-Israel activists demanding an apology from the university director.

David Keyes

Keyes to be PM’s English language spokesman

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said last week that whoever took over the job would have “big shoes to fill,” after departure of Mark Regev.

18/01/2016
Mark Regev

Foreign Ministry formally tabs Regev, Netanyahu's spokesperson, as next UK envoy

The appointment must pass full cabinet approval, something generally considered just a formality.

01/09/2015
Palestinian woman carrying water

'Gaza water increasingly polluted, expensive'

British human rights group reports growing health risks in Gaza as a result of deteriorating water infrastructure.

By LINDA GRADSTEIN/THE MEDIA LINE
07/08/2012
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu

PM to press US on Iran link to Bulgaria attack

Interviews part of intensified diplomatic campaign against Iran following Bulgaria bombing; Washington Post calls for international community to hold mullahs accountable for terror.

22/07/2012
rally marking Nakba in Gaza City

PMO: Palestinians should direct anger at leaders

Prime Minister's spokesman says if Palestinian leadership in 1948 did not adopt extreme opposition to Israel, Palestinians would be celebrating independence instead of "Nakba."

15/05/2012
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