Labor’s recognition of Palestinian state welcomed

At last there is movement in the right direction for Palestine at the federal level of politics.
Tony Burke will propose a resolution at the Labor Party’s annual conference that if no progress was made towards a two-state solution ‘and Israel continues to build and expand settlements, a future Labor government will consult like-minded nations towards recognition of the Palestinian state’.
As a result, we’re going to drive our Palestinemobile to Melbourne where we will show support and hopefully be able to exhibit posters and literature at the conference.

Gareth W R Smith, Palestine Liberation Centre, Byron Bay

One response to “Labor’s recognition of Palestinian state welcomed”

  1. mike says:

    It won’t be welcomed in Israel. Funny how people see fit to try and change other nations when their own are so much in need of change themselves. Maybe once Australia makes a treaty with it indigenous people Australians can preach to others about other issues.Meanwhile would say Israel has absolutely no interest in what the ALP thinks.

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