A unilateral assertion offered to and for consideration by the European Descended People of the fifty united States of America and all ...
12 September 2015
Cameron-Netanyahu Meet & Fête
Protests Roil London Ahead of Netanyahu Visit
There’s been a second day of protests in London against the visit of Israel’s prime minister. Demonstrators said Benjamin Netanyahu should be arrested for war crimes against the Palestinian people; but, speaking before talks with his British host, Netanyahu warned the Middle East was ‘disintegrating.’
Demonstrators blocked trucks delivering supplies to an arms fair Thursday to protest Netanyahu's visit. Sarah Reader of the Campaign Against the Arms Trade was among them.
"The UK government has consistently sold weapons to Israel which are then used in indiscriminate acts of violence against the Palestinian people," she complained.
Cameron offers support
On Downing Street, British Prime Minister David Cameron offered his support to Israel before talks with Netanyahu: "Britain remains staunch in our defense of Israel's right to exist and right to defend itself.