Results 61–65 of 65 for israel speaker:Mike Gapes

Middle East Peace Process (4 Feb 1998)

Mike Gapes: ...will be warmly welcomed by many people in this country and abroad. The middle east is, of course, much wider than the focus of our debate. It is important to put the issue in context. There is an Israel-Syria track to the negotiations and there are the unresolved problems of the internal politics of Lebanon. Recent events there could signify the beginnings of a resumption of the tragic...

Middle East Peace Process (4 Feb 1998)

Mike Gapes: I am grateful for that intervention, as it brings me to my next point. The loudest, most vocal and strongest critics of the Netanyahu Government are Israelis. If one speaks to people in Peace Now, in Meretz and throughout Israeli society, one hears what high hopes they had when Yitzhak Rabin took that brave step to meet Arafat, to engage in discussion and ultimately to sign the Oslo process...

Yitzhak Rabin (Tribute) (6 Nov 1995)

Mike Gapes: ...whose constituents will be grieving at this time. Millions of people all over the world will be extremely sad at the events of the weekend. I met Mr. Rabin in 1991, when the Labour party in Israel was in opposition. I was struck by his total honesty and resilience. The best testimony, and our best hope for the future, is to redouble our efforts in supporting internationally Mr. Rabin's...

Orders of the Day — Foreign Affairs and Defence (19 Nov 1993)

Mike Gapes: ...and have supported the African National Congress and other forces that are working for liberation and democracy. Secondly, anybody who shows an interest in the middle east is delighted that the Israeli Labour Government have reached an agreement with the Palestine Liberation Organisation. We hope, pray and trust that the extremists and the rejectionists on both sides will be resoundingly...

Foreign Affairs (8 May 1992)

Mike Gapes: ...(Mr. Townsend), because one can draw some hope from the talks process initiated by the United States. That process will be greatly assisted and accelerated if the Labour party wins the election in Israel in June and if there can be greater involvement by European Community countries, including Britain. It is a shame that there are not similar processes in other areas of the world, because...


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