Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 58. Chapters: Chartism, International reaction to the Gaza War, Death of Ian Tomlinson, UK miners strike, 2009MorePlease note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online.
Pages: 58. Chapters: Chartism, International reaction to the Gaza War, Death of Ian Tomlinson, UK miners strike, 2009 G-20 London summit protests, Fuel protests in the United Kingdom, Road protest in the United Kingdom, Brian Haw, 2009 Tamil diaspora protests, Reform League, Poll Tax Riots, List of road protests in the UK and Ireland, Fathers 4 Justice protests, Arthur Uther Pendragon, List of protests in the United Kingdom, Jarrow March, UK Uncut, Environmental direct action in the United Kingdom, National Hunger March, 1932, Maya Evans, Stephen Gough, Milan Rai, Swampy, Maldon Grain Riots, End Water Poverty, The Propagandists, Hunger marches.
Excerpt: International reaction to the Gaza War came from many countries and international organisations. International reaction to the conflict was also notable in the level of civilian demonstrations all around the world, which in many cases displayed sentiment significantly different from the official government line. In the aftermath of the crisis, observers suggested Israels diplomatic position and foreign reputation had been permanently tainted.
The New York Times reported in March that Israel was facing its worst diplomatic crisis in two decades. Other effects on Israel included: Its sports teams met hostility and violent protests in Sweden, Spain and Turkey. Mauritania closed Israels embassy. Relations with Turkey, an important Muslim ally, deteriorated severely.
A group of top international judges and human rights investigators called for an inquiry into Israels actions in Gaza. Israel Apartheid Week drew participants in 54 cities around the world in March 2009, twice the number of last year, according to its organisers.
And even in the American Jewish community...there is a chill. The United Nations Security Council issued a statement on December 28, 2008 calling, for an imme...