Canlyniadau 61–80 o 500 ar gyfer "palestinian state"

Oral Answers to Questions — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: United Nations (30 Tach 1988)

Mr Ivan Lawrence: ...of the state of Israel, rather than just hint at it, that they would explicitly renounce violence—which they do not even hint at—and that they would not explicitly demand that the capital of the Palestinian state should be Jerusalem?

Oral Answers to Questions — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Palestine National Council (30 Tach 1988)

Mr Geoffrey Howe: We do not believe that the declaration of a Palestinian state helps to carry matters forward. But the other decisions taken by the Palestine National Council represent a positive and potentially important step towards a peaceful settlement of the Arab-Israel conflict.

Business of the House (15 Rha 1988)

Mr Dave Nellist: ...Liberation Organisation Chairman, Yasser Arafat, at the Geneva meeting of the United Nations, and the declaration, at its Algiers summit, by the Palestinian National Council, of an independent Palestinian state; recognises the enthusiasm with which the proclamation was welcomed in the occupied Territories, and the sympathy generated throughout the international labour movement; condemns...

Israel (22 Rha 1988)

Mr Dave Nellist: ...people's perception of Israel. The intafada is the backcloth, in my view the main contributory factor to the declaration by the Palestine National Council at its Algiers summit of an independent Palestinian state—a proclamation that was universally welcomed in the occupied territory—and to the speech by Yasser Arafat at the United Nations meeting in Geneva. Workers internationally...

Tunis (Ministerial Visit) (17 Ion 1989)

Mr Michael Latham: ...the avoidance of doubt, following my hon. Friend's worthwhile meeting with Mr. Arafat, will he confirm that it is not British policy to support without any question the setting up of an independent Palestinian state on the West Bank or Gaza?

Oral Answers to Questions — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Middle East (12 Ebr 1989)

Mr Greville Janner: ...recognise the sensitivities of both sides, not least the anxiety of all Israelis in their genuine democracy that their country should be safe from attack, their worries about the dangers that a Palestinian state on the West Bank and in Gaza would create, and their fears that a terrorist enemy which now says that it has renounced terrorism cannot be trusted with the lives of their people.

Oral Answers to Questions — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Middle East (12 Gor 1989)

Mr Ernie Ross: ...Shamir's statement last Wednesday, as Prime Minister of Israel and as the leader of the Likud party, had two clauses. The first sought to ensure that there should be no negotiations with the PLO, no Palestinian state in any part of the Eretz Israel and no sovereignty over any part of the Eretz Israel. Clause 2, which is far more important, sought to make all those decisions binding, in...

Oral Answers to Questions — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Middle East (25 Hyd 1989)

Mr Cyril Townsend: ...that if the Palestinian people were granted the right of self-determination, which they certainly should be under the United Nations charter, they would inevitably voice support for an independent Palestinian state? Has not the time come for the British Government to commit themselves to working towards the creation of such a state in the middle east?

Adjournment (Spring) (23 Mai 1990)

Mr Ivan Lawrence: ...whether we can help. One thing is certain. We cannot reasonably expect Israel to agree with any state or organisation that it should commit suicide. The greatest problem is that the Arabs demand a Palestinian state at least to begin with on the west bank, but everyone who has the slightest knowledge or understanding of the area knows that such a development is impossible. It is impossible...

Prayers: The Gulf ( 6 Med 1990)

Mr Tony Marlow: I have enjoyed the right hon. Gentleman's speech. Does he agree that a strength that Saddam Hussein gains throughout the Arab world is the perception that he, and perhaps he alone, can deliver a Palestinian state? lf, as a main plank of western policy, of United Nations policy, we were now to commit ourselves to resolving that problem, would not that undermine some of the strength of Saddam...

Oral Answers to Questions — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Middle Fast (24 Hyd 1990)

Dawn Primarolo: ...Jerusalem recently, will the right hon. Gentleman take this opportunity to make a clear and unambiguous statement to Parliament on the Government's commitment to the establishment of an independent Palestinian state on the west bank and the Gaza?

Middle East (24 Hyd 1990)

Gerald Kaufman: ...the Palestinians must have the right of self-determination and that that right does not exclude a state. The Secretary of State says that he was misrepresented in Israel about this attitude to a Palestinian state. Will he therefore take this opportunity, which he did not take in response to my hon. Friend the Member for Bristol, South (Ms. Primarolo) at Question Time, to state with the...

Oral Answers to Questions — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Middle East (28 Tach 1990)

Mr Cyril Townsend: mind the fact that the Government correctly recognise the right of self-determination of the Palestinian people, would not it be sensible for the Government also to support the concept of a Palestinian state, bearing it in mind that that would be the logical conclusion of such self-determination?

The Gulf (11 Rha 1990)

Dennis Canavan: ...of United Nations resolutions, including Iraqi withdrawal from Kuwait. We must consider the wider region with Israeli withdrawal from the occupied territories and the establishment of an independent Palestinian state. Yet instead, the American and British Governments seem hell bent on using United Nations resolution 678 as a mandate for war, even though there is no explicit reference in...

Opposition Day: The Gulf (21 Chw 1991)

Mr Dennis Walters: ...missiles over Israel have so far not achieved their primary objective. More than anything else, what rockets over Tel Aviv, launched from Iraq, have shown is the futility of the argument that a mini-Palestinian state on the west bank and Gaza was the main threat against which Israel had to guard. With modern weapons, a few extra miles of land are quite insignificant. A future threat to...

Business of the House ( 7 Maw 1991)

Mr Harry Barnes: What are the exact plans for debates on the Gulf? Should we not have a series of debates—one on the setting up of a separate Palestinian state, one on the great humanitarian problems in both Iraq and Kuwait, which is covered by United Nations resolution 666, and one on the supply of arms in the area? We also need a debate on the environmental problems in addition to the welcome debate...

Oral Answers to Questions — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Middle East (13 Maw 1991)

Mr Harry Barnes: Should not action be taken to establish links with Arab nations following the Gulf war? I refer, for instance, to moves towards the establishment of a Palestinian state and to the adoption of United Nations resolution 666, which concerns humanitarian assistance for Iraq and for Kuwait, as well as support for the democratic forces that associate themselves with change inside those two countries.

Oral Answers to Questions — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Arab-Israel Dispute (22 Mai 1991)

Mr Tony Benn: Is the Foreign Secretary aware that there will be no permanent peace in the middle east until there is a Palestinian state? A clear statement on those lines by the British Government and other Governments would accelerate a long drawn out peace process that has no prospect of success while the Americans accept that there is an Israeli veto on the proposition.

Bill Presented: Israel (23 Mai 1991)

Mr Michael Latham: ...the west bank and Gaza. Equally, it is useless to say that nothing else will do except that the Golan Heights should be returned unconditionally to Syria or that there can only be an independent Palestinian state comprising the whole of the west bank and Gaza, with east Jerusalem as its capital. Those are not negotiations: they are war cries. I have told distinguished Palestinians in the...

The Arab World (27 Tach 1992)

Ken Livingstone: offer the Palestinians not just a deal that they would be prepared to accept but one that lays the foundation for peaceful co-existence between Israelis and Palestinians. That must mean a Palestinian state on the west bank and Gaza. It will not be good enough to expect people who have suffered so much for so long to put up with municipal status, giving them about the same amount of...

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