Military and economic deals aren’t ‘peace agreements’ just because Trump says so
“Peace” is not in the air. The deal done between Israel, Bahrain and the UAE, boastfully brokered by President Trump, has little to do with peace, but much to do with military hardware and hoped-for economic gain.
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With a deadly second wave of Coronavirus in Gaza, and UN bodies calling for urgent action, APAN is asking our supporters to give if they can.
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Reports in early August indicate Israel has proposed Danny Danon as the next Ambassador to Australia.
Danon has shown complete disregard for both Palestinian rights and international law and should be rejected as Ambassador.
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Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu announced that Israeli intended to begin Annexation of the West Bank as early as 1 July 2020.
APAN supported Australians to call for Australian political leaders to join global condemnations. Click here to email the Foreign Minister calling for her to act against any annexation.Continue reading
APAN was honored to co-produce a statement on antisemitism which was launched in June 2020.
The statement is available here.