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    London – 18 August 2017 The London-based Palestinian Return Centre (PRC) held the second screening of the Balfour Road short film, garnering a round of warm applauses from the audience.      The film, put on show for the second time in London, in cooperation with Imagine Production, dovetails the Balfour Apology Campaign launched by PRC to urge the British Government to apologize for the notorious Balfour pledge.     Speaking during a seminar held on the sidelines of the screening, head of PRC’s Relations and Communications Department, Sameh Habeeb, said the film is a true-to-life re-presentation of the oppressive fallouts of the Balfour Declaration.   According to Habeeb, the film is a heavy blow dealt to the biased chronicles on the Palestinian-Israeli conflict.   Palestinian-British film director, Anas al-Karmi, said the film puts on show realistic footages in order to strike a chord with the targeted audience.   Actor Tom Coulston, who played the role of Mr. Jones, expressed his heartfelt pride of being part of the cast, saying the character he engaged himself in gave him a valuable opportunity to better grasp the historical twists of the Balfour pledge.   The film puts on view the tragic fallouts of the Balfour Declaration, in which the British Foreign Secretary Arthur Balfour signaled the go-ahead for the establishment of a Jewish State in Palestine.   The film spotlights the story of a British family who are driven out of their home by the British government and forced to live in a cramped shack in the backyard. Another family—the Smiths—take possession of the house and put down roots in the building, leaving the real house owners—the Johnees—with neither food nor medicines. Heavily-armed soldiers escort the Smiths at the same time as they tighten the noose around the neck of the Johnees and deprive them of their basic rights.   The film falls in with the Balfour Apology Campaign launched by PRC to push the UK government to extend an official apology over the pledge and backtrack on its intent to celebrate the Balfour Declaration centenary.   100Balfour Road film premiere at Queen Elizabeth II Center in London also reaped positive responses.
  London – 9 August 2017 The London-based Palestinian Return Centre (PRC) urged the Togolese Republic to cancel the Africa-Israel Summit, slated to be held between October 23 and October 27 to boost bilateral ties.   In a complaint handed over to the Togolese embassy in London, PRC warned that the summit, which seeks to boost cooperation between Israel and a number of African countries in areas of security and socio-economic development, serves to whitewash Israel’s crimes and human rights violations against the Palestinian people.   PRC also said that the fact that such an event will be staged in the heart of a continent that has long struggled against racism, colonization, and apartheid is a heavy blow dealt to the history of the African nation and its commitment to the anti-apartheid mission.   PRC said it believes the summit will give Israel a green light to further camouflage its breaches of international law and to pose for a good-willed entity dedicated to changing Africa’s situation for the better.   PRC urged the Togolese government to call off such a summit and to take steps that live up to the pro-Palestine position adopted by the African Union, a body that has long advocated Palestinians’ right to self-determination and strongly condemned the Israeli settlement activity along with the tough blockade imposed on Gaza and the mistreatment of Palestinian prisoners.   Recently, the Israeli occupation authorities announced the upcoming launch of a four-day Africa-Israel summit in Togo as of October 23 allegedly to boost security and economic prosperity, in the first such move in the history of the African continent.     
London – 20 July 2017 An urgent memorandum was sent by the London-based Palestinian Return Centre (PRC) to the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Theresa May, calling for an urgent action vis-à-vis Israel’s simmering aggressions at holy AlAqsa Mosque—the third holiest site in Islam.   PRC memo raised alarm bells over Israel’s incessant violations of the freedom of movement and worship, in contravention of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the Fourth Geneva Convention, and the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights.   PRC urged the UK government to hold the Israeli Ambassador to account at a time when Israel’s human rights violations and discriminatory practices in sacred places of worship have reached a zenith.   The complaint dovetails a series of protest moves initiated by PRC—an organization that has been in Consultative Status with the Economic and Social Council since 2015—to press for practical steps to secure Palestinians’ freedom of worship in accordance with international law.    
London – 18 July 2017 An urgent complaint was presented by the London-based Palestinian Return Centre (PRC) to the United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva on Monday, calling for urgent intervention on Israel’s closure of holy AlAqsa Mosque and violations of the freedom of worship.   In the memorandum, PRC sounded the alarm over Israel’s incessant violations of the freedom of worship by stepping up crackdowns on the Muslim worshipers, shutting the doors to holy AlAqsa Mosque, and setting up metal detectors near the main entrances to the site.   PRC said it believes the measures have also affected the members of the Christian community in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip whose members have been banned free access to their holy sites.   PRC said such Israeli measures represent direct contraventions of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Article 9 which grants “the freedom to exercise religion or belief publicly or privately, alone or with others” and “the freedom to exercise religion or belief in worship, teaching, practice and observance.”   The complaint warned that the Israeli government is rapidly expanding its Judization activities in Occupied Jerusalem, desecrating the holy sites of Muslims and Christians, and boosting settler break-ins at AlAqsa—the third holiest site in Islam.   In light of the above cited violations, PRC called on the Human Rights Council to hold an emergency meeting to discuss the situation in Jerusalem, issue an urgent statement to denounce the new Israeli measures, and take whatever necessary decisions within the Jurisdiction of the council to hold Israel to account.
    London – 10 July 2017 A short film screened by the Palestinian Return Center (PRC) on Saturday evening got a standing ovation at its London premiere.   The film, put on show for the first time at Queen Elizabeth II Centre in London, exerted a pull on dozens of activists and pro-Palestine figures.   The film, displayed as part of the Palestine Expo event, which bills itself as Europe’s largest Palestinian heritage event, also dovetails the Balfour Apology Campaign launched by PRC to urge the British Government to apologize for the notorious Balfour pledge.   The film puts on view the tragic fallouts of the Balfour Declaration, in which the British Foreign Secretary Arthur Balfour signaled the go-ahead for the establishment of a Jewish State in Palestine.   The film spotlights the story of a British family who are driven out of their home by the British government and forced to live in a cramped shack in the backyard. Another family—the Smiths—take possession of the house and put down roots in the building, leaving the real houseowners—the Jonees—with neither food nor medicines. Heavily-armed soldiers escort the settlers at the same time as they tighten the noose around the neck of the Johnees and deprive them of their basic rights.   The show was wrapped up by a seminar during which PRC delegates and the film producers briefed the audience on the challenges faced all the way through the pre-screening phases.     The leading actor Tim Bartholomew, who played the character of Balfour, expressed his heartfelt pride of the positive responses garnered by the premiere.     He said though he did not know much about Balfour Declaration previously, he believed, deep inside, that the tragedy of the Palestinians did not occur out of the blue.     “I am now more aware than ever of the truth. It is high time we reacted to the tragedy. On behalf of Arthur Balfour, I would like to apologize to the child Henry and to the Palestinians for the harm wrought by the pledge for over 100 years,” said the protagonist.   Responding to a question by journalist Rawan AlDhamen on the cast, the Palestinian-British film director, Anas AlKarmi, said British actors were selected to play the leading roles in order to strike a chord with the targeted audience and make the British people identify with the victims.   PRC’s Public Relations and Communications chief, Sameh Habeeb, sounded the alarm over Britain’s historical responsibility over the upshots of the Balfour pledge, which forced the Palestinians out of their homes and robbed them of their right of return to their motherland. “The right of return is inalienable and can never be subject to a statute of limitations,” said Habeeb.   The film falls in with the Balfour Apology Campaign launched by PRC to push the UK government to extend an official apology over the pledge and backtrack on its intent to celebrate the Balfour Declaration centenary.   The scenario was composed by prominent English screenwriter and film director Richard Beer, best known for his “One Second a Day” video clip, which relates the story of a young girl whose life gets upside down in the raging Syrian warfare. The video was seen by over 57 million people on YouTube.   Balfour Road film is the by-product of a team work carried out by: Ammar AlZeer (audiographer), Abdul Mu’ti AlTirawi (assistant director), Anas al-Karmi (director), Imagine (executive producer). The film was prepared by Ali Faraj and produced by PRC.
  London, Geneva – 21 June 2017 The Palestinian Return Center (PRC) successfully concluded its participation in the 35th Session of the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC), kicked off on June 5 in Geneva.   Four reports submitted by PRC during the event sounded the alarm over the racist policies and human rights violations perpetrated in the occupied Palestinian territories. The reports also shed light on the situation of the Palestinian refugees in Lebanon and in war-ravaged Syria.   PRC team further addressed the UNHRC Member-States over the mistreatment of Palestinian detainees in Israeli jails as part of agenda item 3 and agenda item 7.   Two seminars were held by the centre on the sidelines of the event. The mother of the youngest Palestinian detainee in Israeli jails, Mrs. Farihan Farakh, participated in a debate covering the dire conditions of captivity in Israeli prisons. The second debate shed light on Israel’s failure to live up to its obligations under international law.   Sometime earlier, PRC actively participated in a round of debates by the Commission for Social Development during which PRC speakers raised the alarm over the situation in the poverty-stricken Palestinian refugee camps.   PRC is a London-headquartered organization that advocates Palestinians’ infringed rights. It is in Consultative Status with the Economic and Social Council since 2015.  
  Geneva , London – 20 June 2017 PRC, in partnership with the Euro-Mediterranean Human Rights Monitor, held on Monday a seminar on Israel’s occupation of Palestine and the role of the international community.   The discussion was held on the sidelines of the 35th session of the UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC), convened in Geneva. PRC’s chairman, Majed Al-Zeer, briefed the audience on the historical context within which the Balfour Declaration and the Nakba of 1948 saw the day.   Mr. Al-Zeer harked back to the massacres perpetrated against the native Palestinian inhabitants and the ethnic-cleansing schemes pursued by the Israeli occupation in contravention of international law.   PRC’s chairman further spoke out against the Israeli settlement activity and policies of collective punishment against civilians, along with the murder of thousands of innocent Palestinians in the military offensives launched on the Gaza Strip.   Al-Zeer held Israel accountable for the displacement of the Palestinians for over 70 years and called on UNRWA to live up to its historical and humanitarian duty until the Palestinian refugees return to their motherland.   Head of the Euro-Mediterranean Human Rights Monitor Rami Abdo also said it is high time the international community took up its responsibility and worked on halting Israel’s occupation of Palestine. He further stressed the need for the United Nations to opt for practical steps so as to restore Palestinians’ right to self-determination, as granted by international laws and treaties.   Expert Ali AlShaer, from the UN Population Fund exposed the findings of UN researches and field reports on the tragic health situation rocking the occupied Palestinian territories and the calamitous fallouts wrought by the Israeli military offensives and aggressions on civilians.   The discussion, chaired by the head of the Geneva-based Mawazine AlAdala, marks the end of a series of events and seminars staged by PRC on the sidelines of the 35th session of UNHRC, held in Geneva.   PRC is a London-headquartered organization that advocates Palestinians’ infringed rights. It is in Consultative Status with the Economic and Social Council since 2015.
  Geneva -  19 June 2017 Head of the Palestinian Return Centre, Majed Al-Zeer, addressed on Monday the UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC) over the human rights situation in the occupied Palestinian territories (OPt).   Speaking on Agenda item 7, Mr. Al-Zeer sounded the alarm over the unending state of displacement and dislocation wrought on the Palestinians after 50 years of Israel’s occupation of East Jerusalem and the West Bank.     According to Mr. Al-Zeer, the Israeli occupation has prevented the Palestinians from returning to their motherland, in a barefaced contravention of the UN Resolution 194.   Al-Zeer spoke up against the escalated pace of Israel’s Judaization schemes against Islamic and Christian places of worship in Occupied Jerusalem. Al-Zeer warned of the simmering sacrilegious break-ins carried out by Israeli settler hordes in the holy city.     PRC’s Chairman stressed the tragic fallouts of Israel’s decade-long blockade on the Gaza Strip, calling on the UNHRC member-states to live up to their obligations and work on holding Israel accountable and brining perpetrators to justice.     Al-Zeer’s statement comes as part of PRC’s contribution at the 35th Session of the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) in Geneva.   PRC is a London-headquarted organization that advocates Palestinians’ infringed rights. It is in Consultative Status with the Economic and Social Council since 2015.
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