The Labor Party in Britain is under tremendous pressure from the Pro-Palestinians. It makes promises, but will it keep them?

Yossi Schwartz ISL (RCIT section in Israel/Occupied Palestine), 08.07.2024

Two weeks after Britain sided with Israel, claiming that the International Court of Justice in The Hague does not have the authority to issue arrest warrants for Israeli officials – the situation changed dramatically. The new Labor government in the kingdom is expected to withdraw from submitting the objection, the “Guardian” reports from senior officials in the labor party.

Britain is expected to withdraw its opposition to issuing arrest warrants for Israeli officials, including Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Defense Minister Yoav Galant.

The decision comes less than two weeks after the United Kingdom, under the Conservative government headed by Rishi Sunak, turned to The Hague in favor of Israel, demanding to present a written position on the question of whether “the court can exercise jurisdiction over Israeli citizens, in circumstances where the Palestinian Authority cannot exercise criminal authority over Israeli citizens by the Oslo Accords

Foreign Minister David Lammy said this week that he intends to re-examine the existing British policy on several issues, including the transfer of funding to UNRA and the continued sale of weapons to Israel.

The real question is whether these are empty promises that will be drowned in the sea of new lies. The fact that Jeremy Corbyn was elected as an independent shows the level of isolation the Zionist state has in Britain, and it is true also in the elections in France.

Down with the Zionist monster!

For Palestine, red and free from the river to the sea!  

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