Tag Archives: Radio Free Palestine

Flying into Tel Aviv? Then it’s “Welcome to Palestine!”

… and may St George protect you. Stuart Littlewood – The other day someone kindly sent me an old link to an aviation forum http://www.airliners.net/aviation-forums/general_aviation/read.main/1083336 where an irate passenger had written: “This morning (6 May 2003) on a flight from … Continue reading

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Gaza’s race car students “inspirational”

Gaza’s race car students “inspirational” “We didn’t give up. As Palestinians, we look for plan B all the time.” After their little-reported first effort will these resourceful youngsters spin their wheels again at Silverstone? – By Stuart Littlewood Imagine a … Continue reading

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Iran: Economic sanctions the diplomacy of cowards?

By Stuart Littlewood   Britain’s foreign secretary William Hague is taking a long time to answer the sort of questions he must have mulled over before starting this country along another warmongering road to hell. Explanation, please So I’ve sent … Continue reading

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Are we about to betray the Palestinians…..again ?

By Stuart Littlewood Media reports suggest that Britain will again betray the Palestinian people in the UN vote tomorrow on whether to recognise the Palestinian territories as an independent state. The Guardian, for example, says that Britain will join forces … Continue reading

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One up to the Palestinians

By Stuart Littlewood It makes a nice change for Palestinians to be able to chalk up a success. And admission as a full member to UNESCO (the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation) is good news for them and … Continue reading

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Shalit got off lightly.

By Stuart Littlewood While the whole world, it seemed, was in ecstasy over the freeing of Gilad Shalit, I was amazed to discover that the Israeli tank-gunner had been made an honorary citizen of Rome, Paris, Baltimore, Miami, Pittsburgh and … Continue reading

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