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Palestinians remove a gate, part of
Israel's controversial barrier, during a
protest in the West Bank city of Beit
Jala, near Bethlehem, Sunday.
According to protest organisers,
the demonstration was held to
protest against what they say is
land confiscation by Israel to make
way for the barrier.
dent Barack Obama s
nuclear deal with Iran
is picking up momen-
tum to survive fierce
opposition from Repub-
lican and Israeli oppo-
nents with Senate Dem-
ocratic leader Harry
Reid on board.
A day after Reid s
announcement that he
will back the deal Dem-
ocratic Sen Debbie
Stabenow threw her
support behind the
agreement too, declaring
in a news release yester-
day: "I have determined
that the imminent threat
of Iran having a nuclear
weapon outweighs any
flaws I see in the inter-
Stabenow became the
28th Senate Democratic
supporter of the deal,
pushing backers closer to
the 34 votes they would
need to sustain Obama s
veto. Increasingly sup-
porters seem to be in
reach of getting the 41
votes they would need to
block such a resolution
from passing the Senate
in the first place, despite
opposition and furious
lobbying by backers of
London---Almost 80,000 people had
by Monday signed a petition urging
the arrest of Israeli Prime Minister
Benjamin Netanyahu for war crimes
when he visits London next month.
The petition was launched earlier
this month by British citizen Damian
Moran and is posted on the govern-
ment s website.
"Under international law he
(Netanyahu) should be arrested for war
crimes upon arrival in the UK for the
massacre of over 2,000 civilians in
2014," Moran said, referring to the 51-
day offensive by Israeli forces in Gaza
If the number of signatories reaches
100,000, the petition can be considered
for debate in Britain s parliament.
But Moran told media he doubted
it would reach the chamber given the
close relationship between Israel and
The British government was obliged
to respond after the document received
10,000 signatories, saying that "visiting
heads of foreign governments, such as
prime minister Netanyahu, have immu-
nity from legal process, and cannot be
arrested or detained."
"We recognise that the conflict in
Gaza last year took a terrible toll," it
"As the prime minister (David
Cameron) said, we were all deeply sad-
dened by the violence and the UK has
been at the forefront of international
"However the prime minister was
clear on the UK s recognition of Israel s
right to take proportionate action to
defend itself, within the boundaries of
international humanitarian law."
Britain is pushing for a two-state
solution to resolve the Israeli-Pales-
tinian conflict and "will reinforce this
message to Mr Netanyahu during his
visit" in September, according to the
Any British citizen can launch a peti-
tion on the government s website, ask-
ing for a specific action from the gov-
ernment or parliament s lower House
of Commons. (AFP)
UK petition for
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