Author Archives: Seph Brown

What is E-1 and why do the international community care so much?

Seph Brown of the Council for Arab British Understanding (Caabu) explains what the E-1 settlement is and why the international community cares so much.

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Five reasons the UK should back Palestine’s UN bid

Caabu’s Seph Brown outlines five reasons why the UK should back Palestine’s UN bid for non-member status in the General Assembly today.

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Israel-Palestine in 2012

Seph Brown looks at what 2012 holds for the Middle East peace process.

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Sunday’s violence on Israel’s borders represents new phase in Middle East conflict

Seph Brown reports on the “Al-Nakba” clashes between Israeli forces and protesters this week.

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Inside the “We believe in Israel” conference

Seph Brown, the UK Director of Prosper Palestine, reports from the “We believe in Israel” conference, held at a location in central London yesterday.

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Economic ties to settlements undermine Britain’s strong rhetoric

The launch of Prosper Palestine’s first research paper at the House of Commons on Monday could not have come at a more appropriate moment, writes Prosper Palestine’s UK Director Seph Brown.

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Settlement construction remains an obstacle to peace

Over the last few years the world has been moving towards a growing consensus over a key barrier to peace in the region – continuing Israeli settlement of the Palestinian West Bank, reports Seph Brown.

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Libya: Early jitters grow around intervention

International intervention in Libya has suffered an early setback with the public, politicians and analysts displaying serious misgivings regarding the scope, timescale and goals of the military campaign, writes Seph Brown.

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Wave of unrest spreads to Syria

As the world comes to terms with intervention in Libya, and while Yemen and Bahrain once again resort to violence to quell popular uprisings, another Arab state has begun to feel the familiar rumbling of unrest, reports Seph Brown.

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Beyond Libya, Howard Davies had never got to grips with the Middle East

Seph Brown looks at Howard Davies’s serial failures of moral leadership over the Middle East – not just his close financial links the the vile Gaddafi regime.

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