Time runs out for Interpal

Time has run out for Interpal, to serve defamation proceedings which they threatened against UK Lawyers for Israel (UKLFI) last August. Interpal’s solicitors, Carter-Ruck, sent a letter of claim to UKLFI and two of its directors on 16 August 2019, demanding that two articles be removed from UKLFI’s website, social

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Interpal loses Bank Transfer, Standing Order, Cheques and SMS donations

It appears that Interpal can no longer receive donations by bank transfer, standing order, cheque or text message (SMS).  This follows representations by UKLFI to banks and to the four mobile network operators in the UK, pointing out that although Interpal is a Charity operating under the auspices of the

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Dutch Government ignored warnings about funding terror linked NGO

The Netherlands continues to provide millions of dollars of grants to the Union of Agricultural Work Committees (UAWC),  despite evidence that this NGO has multiple links with a terrorist group, and two of its former employees are now on trial for a terrorist atrocity. The Netherlands contributed over $10 million to

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DFID forced to publish report on Palestinian Authority textbooks

DFID has finally released an “inception report” dated 12 April 2019 by the Georg Eckert Institut for a study of Palestinian school textbooks following a Freedom of Information (FOI) request from UKLFI. The report describes the methodology proposed by the Georg Eckert Institut for its examination of Palestinian Authority school textbooks.  

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PSC’s Divestment campaign countered by UK Lawyers for Israel

UKLFI has written to the Chairs of all the Local Government Pension Scheme (LGPS) Committees in England to correct the inaccuracies and misconceptions that were contained in a letter sent by the Palestine Solidarity Campaign (PSC). On 13 May 2020 PSC sent a letter to LGPS Committee Chairs, attempting to

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UKLFI and other NGOs File Joint Submission to the International Criminal Court

UKLFI, ILF and other NGOs  have filed a Joint Submission to the International Criminal Court Disputing its Jurisdiction over the Alleged Territory of a Supposed State of Palestine. A substantial submission by UK Lawyers for Israel (UKLFI), International Legal Forum (ILF) and other NGOs demonstrates that Israel, as the national

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PwC must recognise OECD Guidelines Worldwide

The accountancy firm PwC has been told by the UK Government that it should ensure global compliance with the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises which cover ethical business standards. This follows a complaint by UK Lawyers for Israel (UKLFI) about PwC to the UK’s OECD National Contact Point, which is

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DCI-P withdraws libel claim against UKLFI

Defence for Children International Palestine (DCI-P) has abandoned a claim for libel against UK Lawyers for Israel (UKLFI). The articles we wrote about DCI-P remain on our website. The articles to which DCI-P objected were about financial organisations and funding platforms that withdrew services from DCI-P. DCI-P has issued a

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Pearson Education to revise biased Middle Eastern textbook following review

Pearson Education, the publisher of GCSE textbooks, revision guides and workbooks  on recent Middle Eastern History,  has confirmed that it has now carried out “a full and independent review of the contents” of the books and is updating the texts.  This follows a complaint by UKLFI in October 2019 that

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Palestinian NGOs Refuse to Renounce Ties to Terrorism and reject EU aid

135 Palestinian NGOs have refused to sign the 2020 European Union (EU) grant agreement because an amendment stipulates that  organizations must refute ties to terrorist groups.  The NGOs  claim that the terrorist groups are “political parties”. [1] Shawan Jabarin, the executive director of Al-Haq told the media outlet The New

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