Canlyniadau 101–120 o 400 ar gyfer "palestinian state"

Address in Reply to Her Majesty's Most Gracious Speech (12 Rha 2000)

Lord Weidenfeld: ...the conflict, and thus downgrading the United States as the main peace broker, by demonising the Israelis as the perpetrators of crimes, by organising terror within Israel and outside, a Palestinian state could be born not at the conference table but on the battlefield. Even the more moderate version of these strategies relies on a combination of creating a hostile international media...

Oral Answers to Questions — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Middle East (23 Ion 2001)

Robin Cook: I fully agree with the sentiment that the right hon. and learned Gentleman expresses. The right to return to a Palestinian state was set out by former President Clinton in his attempt to renew the peace process in December. I well understand the strength of feeling on that matter especially in Jordan where nearly half the population are of Palestinian origin. However, at the end of the day,...

Foreign Affairs and Defence (22 Meh 2001)

Jack Straw: ...it is through peace and that will come only through a political process that implements "land for peace", brings an end to occupation and allows the emergence of a viable, democratic and peaceful Palestinian state, committed to co-existence with Israel. That may now seem to many a distant prospect, but no other vision for the region offers any lasting hope. Elsewhere in the middle east,...

International Terrorism ( 4 Hyd 2001)

Jack Straw: ...a political process, in which Israel's rights as a state and the rights of its citizens are fully recognised, and which at the same time allows the emergence of a viable, democratic and peaceful Palestinian state committed to co-existence with Israel and recognised and respected by Israel. That has long been the position of the United Kingdom, shown by repeated endorsements of many...

International Terrorism ( 4 Hyd 2001)

Baroness Symons of Vernham Dean: ...both sides must now redouble their efforts to enforce the ceasefire. Peace with security can come only through a political process which allows the emergence of a viable, democratic and peaceful Palestinian state, committed to co-existence with Israel and recognised and respected by Israel. For its part, Israel must be given recognition by all, its people freed from terror and its part in...

Coalition against International Terrorism ( 8 Hyd 2001)

David Winnick: ...action. Reference was rightly made in previous debates to the Palestinian-Israeli conflict. I wish that the international community would take stronger action to help the Palestinians and to form a Palestinian state, which should be no less viable and independent than Israel. There is also the need for a settlement in Kashmir, about which we hope that the Governments of India and Pakistan...

Coalition against International Terrorism (16 Hyd 2001)

Jack Straw: ...only through a political process that implements "land for peace", delivers security for Israel within recognised borders, brings an end to occupation and leads to a viable, democratic and peaceful Palestinian state. It is time the political will existed on both sides to turn that into a reality, and it is time the men of violence had the wisdom to recognise that a concession which helps...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (17 Hyd 2001)

David Winnick: ...that the terror groups who have struck again are fanatically opposed to a settlement in the middle east, should not the United States in particular do more to try to bring about a sovereign Palestinian state in the occupied territories? Would it not also be useful if countries such as our own told the Israelis that although they, like any other state, have a perfectly legitimate right to...

Written Answers — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Middle East (18 Hyd 2001)

Mark Field: ...Commonwealth Affairs what steps he plans to take to help bring about a lasting ceasefire between the Israeli and Palestinian forces; and if it is his policy to support the establishment of a free Palestinian State.

International Terrorism (18 Hyd 2001)

Baroness Symons of Vernham Dean: ...only through a political process which implements "land for peace" and brings security for Israel within recognised borders and an end to occupation and leads to a viable, democratic and peaceful Palestinian state. It is time for the political will which exists on both sides to be turned into reality, and it is time that the men of violence have the wisdom to recognise that a concession...

Religious Liberty (24 Hyd 2001)

Lord Weidenfeld: ...Madhi in these words: "This war between us and the Jews will continue to escalate until we vanquish them and enter Jerusalem as conquerors, enter Jaffa as conquerors. We are not merely expecting a Palestinian state with Jerusalem as its capital but an Islamic caliphate". Later Sheikh Madhi said: "Those who die not for the sake of Islam will end up in the fires of hell". When the most...

Nato: Middle East (30 Hyd 2001)

Jack Straw: ...killings. In our view, there can be stability only when there is full recognition of the state of Israel and the right of its people to live in peace with security, and the establishment of a viable Palestinian state.

Coalition Against International Terrorism ( 1 Tach 2001)

Gerald Kaufman: ...rejected Barak's historic offer last autumn and who, to a considerable degree, is responsible for the fact that Sharon is Israel's Prime Minister today. Many of us—including me—who have wanted a Palestinian state, and still want one, view with horror the fact that Mr. Arafat presides over a regime that conducts public executions, among other things. The sheer bitterness of the past is...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Middle East Peace Process ( 5 Tach 2001)

the Earl of Sandwich: ...: What new and urgent initiatives they are taking bilaterally and through the European Union to further the Middle East peace process and implement United Nations resolutions leading to a viable Palestinian state.

Afghanistan ( 5 Tach 2001)

Lord Gilmour of Craigmillar: ...committed to one side. For that reason, again, I very much welcome the insistence of the Prime Minister last week and previously that, if there is to be peace in the area, there must be a viable Palestinian state. He stressed the word "viable" as opposed to the clutch of Bantustans which is all that Israel has previously offered to the Palestinians. As was said by a distinguished American...

Palestinian State: Viability (13 Tach 2001)

Palestinian State: Viability

International Coalition Against Terrorism (14 Tach 2001)

Tony Blair: ...few weeks. One is the state of Israel—secure and confident in its own borders, accepted by its Arab neighbours and accepted in its right to exist by its Arab neighbours. The second is a viable Palestinian state where the people can live together, side by side, in justice and equality. I am sure that whatever happens over the next few weeks and months, at some point people will have to...

Afghanistan (14 Tach 2001)

Lord Rea: ...contributory causes to the act of terrorism that took place in New York? I refer in particular to the situation in the Middle East and to the statement by the President and the Prime Minister that a Palestinian state should be founded and that we should accelerate negotiations towards that end.

European Communities (Amendment) Bill (20 Tach 2001)

Lord Howell of Guildford: ...that is, Israel or Palestine or both—if we are to reach the dream (I hope that it is more than a dream) or perhaps the attainable goal about which Colin Powell spoke only yesterday of a separate Palestinian state and Israel living side by side in peace. If, by having the wrong person in the post, an EU view is allowed to develop that is in any way one-sided, and if it is not possible to...

Written Answers — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Palestine (26 Tach 2001)

Gisela Stuart: To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs what criteria he will apply to determine whether a future Palestinian state is viable.


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