Take Action: Find out where your local candidate stands on Palestine!

Take Action: Find out where your local candidate stands on Palestine!

 

With the UK General Election fast approaching (Thursday 8 June), The Palestinian Return Centre (PRC) encourages you to get in touch with your local candidates from all political parties to find out their views on important issues regarding UK’s foreign policy towards Palestine/Israel. Kindly forward us their response at info@prc.org.uk to help us lobby for Palestine.

 

The Email addresses for your Parliamentary candidates can be found here. Not all candidates will have been announced yet, but more information can be found here.

 

We think it is vital that the electorate is able to find out what candidates from all parties think about vital issues such as the ongoing Arab-Israeli conflict. Here are some questions PRC suggests you ask your local candidates:

 

   * I urge the UK Government to uphold the principles of equality, human rights and international law in all its dealings with Israel.

 

 

   * The UK government should clearly have accountability, justice and equality as its core principles in regards to policy on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

 

   * Do you agree that any solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict must include the right of Palestinian refugees to return to their homeland, as stipulated in international law and in UN resolution 194?

 

   * Do you agree that the failure to progress towards and deliver a two-state solution requires Britain to re-shift its foreign policy under the guidance of a rights-based approach?

 

   * Do you agree that Britain should acknowledge the historical responsibility for the creation of the Palestinian refugee crisis in 1948 that continues today?

 

   * Do you agree that offering an apology to the Palestinians for issuing the Balfour Declaration (1917) and Britain's failures to protect them during the Mandate years (1922-1948) is the moral and just approach?

 

   * Do you agree that HMG celebrating or marking the centenary of Balfour Declaration in November 2017 will inflame an already tense situation in the region?

 

Make sure to forward us the response at info@prc.org.uk

 

Short Link : https://prc.org.uk/en/post/3686