European Coalition for Israel promotes peace in the Middle East based on United Nations values and respect for the rule of law
The Middle East and Northern Africa are undergoing a massive crisis. States are collapsing and radical Islam is on the rise. With an unprecedented wave of refugees from Syria, Iraq, and other countries, there are many arising needs to be addressed. The Israel/Palestinian conflict remains unresolved.
Europe and the states of the world are confronted with the question of what policies they should adopt towards the Jewish State of Israel.
ECI argues that Israel is not an obstacle to peace, but central ingredient in the roadmap towards true prosperity in the region.
The Jewish State of Israel was established in May 1948. Rising upon the ashes of the Shoah (Holocaust), it was not created by the UN’s 1947 Partition Plan, and its right to exist does not depend on UN resolutions. Rather, it embodies the fundamental pre-existing rights of the Jewish people to self-determination and the right to reconstitute their nation. These rights were articulated in the San Remo Resolution of 1920 and the Mandate for Palestine that was endorsed by the League of Nations in 1922.
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TEACHING BY ANDREW TUCKER
What is the connection between the “occupied territories” and radical Islam?
What is the current status of Palestinian statehood in the UN Security Council?
What is the situation in the “Occupied Territories”?
What is international law? Is Israel illegally occupying the West Bank?
What is the legal status of the “Occupied Palestinian Territories”?
Is Israel “illegally occupying” the West Bank? Are the Israeli settlements illegal?
What is the status of Jerusalem under international law?
Why are the Palestinians required to negotiate with Israel?
Anrew talks about, what is a “State”, and is Palestine a “State”?
Does Palestinian statehood involve “apartheid” and “ethnic cleansing”?
Why should we support the right of the Jewish people to negotiate?