The Palestinian Return Center today, on the 30th of October, announces the release of the long-awaited short movie“100 Balfour Road” in the remembrance of the sufferings, displacement, and deaths of thousands of Palestine lives caused by the Balfour declaration 100 years ago.
“100 Balfour Road” upon release is available in 17 different languages: English, Arabic. Spanish, Danish, Dutch, Swedish, Polish, Italian, Turkish, Hindi, Urdu, Farsi, Chinese, Russian and Indonesian. Produced by ima6ine.
Watch the film here: https://youtu.be/vPndQGImVMc
The movie, produced as a part of the Balfour Apology Campaign by the Palestinian Return Centre, is available for free watch and can be reached on YouTube and PRC’s media platforms.
By this release, the Balfour Apology Campaign completes the 5th year working on major aim of getting the British government to apologize for their role in the Balfour Declaration in 1917 which led to the death and displacement of millions of Palestinian lives.
Since the inception of this campaign, it has actively hosted dozens of seminars and activities. In 2013, the campaign held a conference in London titled “Britain’s legacy in Palestine” to raise awareness on the failed policies of the British government in Palestine which have led to terrible human right abuse of the people of Palestine.
This conference examined the impact of World War I on Palestine, scrutinizes the various political agreements between different parties with an interest in the area through significant worksheets which formed a book carried the same title.
Balfour Apology Campaign, later on February 2017, formally launched a petition on the British parliament official website demanding the British government to openly apologize to the Palestinian people for issuing the Balfour Declaration. This petition was ruefully turned down by the British government.
Other activities by the Campaign include holding retreats and seminars inside the British Parliament discussing different aspects and consequences of Balfour Declartion, and lobbying the MPs and politicians to help move our course to the next level.
One of the latest activities is the petition to stop the Royal Albert Hall from being used as the venue for the celebration of the Balfour declaration centenary, this celebration is an insult to millions of Palestinians who are still either refugees out of their home land, or oppressed under occupation inside Palestine, needless to tell that the reason is the 1917 Balfour declaration.
Balfour Apology Campaign by PRC will not stop until a public apology is issued by the British government to the people of Palestine and a legal action is carried out to correct all the mishaps that have been triggered by the Balfour declaration.