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Ashrawi said during a meeting at the PLO headquarters in Ramallah with a visiting delegation of British Labour Party parliamentarians which was organized by The Council for Advancing Arab-British Understanding (Caabu) and Medical Aid for Palestinians (MAP) that the Balfour Declaration ae1/4oepresents a painful tragedy for the Palestinian people; the ramifications are still being felt throughout the region.ae1/4Ci
Mr Lucas stated on the Caabu website: "The visit to Lebanon was an invaluable one to understand better the complex internal political situation in the country and to see for myself the scale of the demands imposed there by the individual suffering of up to one million refugees fleeing war in Syria."
Caabu's Director, Chris Doyle, said of the report: "How can it be right that a Jewish settler child must see a civilian judge within 12 hours, when a Palestinian child can wait four days to be seen by a military judge?
"At a time when so many Arabs are bravely putting their lives on the line, it is crucial that Caabu continues its work as the only cross-party, Arab-British organisation raising major human rights and policy issues, briefing MPs and journalists, and providing active engagement with the Arab world and the Arab-British communities in British schools," said Doyle.
Byline: Chris Doyle, director, CAABU (Council for Arab-British Understanding)
(3.) President Bush's Middle East Address, 24 June 2002, CAABU Resource Library, <http://www.caabu.org/press/documents/bush-24-june.html>.
Send sae with cheque to: CAABU, 1 Gough Square, London EC4A 3DE;Tel: 020 7832 1310
Chris Doyle, Director of Caabu said: "As major donors to the humanitarian effort in Gaza and as key trade partners to Israel, MPs and MEPs for the European states have an obligation to their electorates, and the UK taxpayer more generally, to push for accountability and oversight of aid projects.
1 (Petra) -- Interior Minister Hussein Majali II met with a delegation from the British House of Commons Monday that comprised members of The Council for Arab-British Understanding (CAABU), and the All Party-Parliamentary Jordan group led by MP Crispin Blunt.
Caabu Director, Chris Doyle who led the delegation, said: 'At a time when the Palestinian President is desperately trying to get support from key United Nations members for Palestinian statehood, the reality on the ground makes it harder and harder to see how this can come about.
Hanan Ashrawi, conducted a series of separate meetings with a CAABU (The Council for Arab-British Understanding)/MAP (Medical Aid for Palestinians) delegation which featured Rt.
Tarawneh's remarks were made during a meeting with a delegation from the British House of Commons on Monday that comprised members of The Council for Arab-British Understanding (CAABU), and the All Party-Parliamentary Jordan group led by MP Crispin Blunt.
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