British PM calls attention to coexistence funding in the region

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By allmepadmin / December 16 2016

The LFI campaign inspired by ALLMEP is being heard at the highest levels of the UK government.

Following a letter by 56 MPs backing the International Fund for Israeli Palestinian Peace and in light of the upcoming rule bill, British PM Theresa May said:

“It is right that Priti Patel has called for an examination of aid spending in the Occupied Palestinian Territories to ensure that every penny is spent in the right places and in the right way.

“And she is looking at options for the UK to support co-existence projects in the region – something I know so many people in this room have called for.”

Read more at the Jewish Chronicle

British PM calls attention to coexistence funding in the region

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