Tuesday 21 June 2016

fayez and israeli girl in london

I got chatting with an Israeli girl, who told me that  she left Israel, because this country kills children and she decided to live in London for several years. She did not want to serve in the military because the service in the Israeli military service is compulsory and she respects Palestinian defenders of their land in an unequal struggle and she told me to live in peace and freedom, and I hope to live in peace
This girl knows about freedom and humanity
And I gave her a Palestinian keffiyeh

what comes next if Britain votes in or out

If Britain votes Remain .

David Cameron is likely to speak on the steps of 10 Downing Street, encouraging both sides of the debate to come together. If the result is close, he may say he intends to propose further reforms of the EU given the level of support for Brexit. The onus will be on him to show he has listened to the British people.Downing Street insiders believe he will not immediately reshuffle his cabinet but allow for a period of calm. To bring some unity within his party, he is also likely to call a vote on the issue of Trident in the last week before the summer recess. The renewal of Britain’s nuclear deterrent is a policy on which his party is more or less entirely as one, while Labour is badly split. The expected cabinet reshuffle is likely to come shortly before the party conference in the first week of October.
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Read moreOne senior Conservative MP said Cameron will want to be magnanimous to the losing side. Boris Johnson will be given a major portfolio, and it has been rumoured that Michael Gove could be made deputy prime minister, though Cameron is said to have been “genuinely hurt” by his friend’s attacks during the campaign. Priti Patel will also take a seat around the cabinet table.
A vote in favour of staying in the EU would boost George Osborne’s hopes of replacing Cameron as prime minister and be a blow to Johnson. But with the Tory membership overwhelmingly in favour of leaving the EU, it is unlikely to mark the end of the former London mayor’s ambitions.
A win for Remain will be a boost for Jeremy Corbyn, though the party is divided on whether Labour should be pushing the EU to make reforms to its rules on freedom of movement.
If the country votes to leave the European Union, it is widely expected that Cameron will announce his intention to resign within hours of the result. A number of senior Vote Leave campaigners, including a cabinet minister, have told the Observer this need not and should not happen. However professor of government Vernon Bogdanor points out that a loss of a referendum vote is often seen as a vote of no confidence in a leader.
Boris Johnson
 Boris Johnson will be one step closer to becoming prime minister if Britain votes Leave. Photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/Getty Images
“In 1979 the failure of the devolution referendum led to the resignation of the Callaghan government and an early general election, which the government lost,” Bogdanor said. “In France in 1969 the failure of a referendum on constitutional reform led to the immediate resignation of President de Gaulle. “In 1972, the Norwegians rejected the advice of their government to join the European Communities; the prime minister resigned and the opposition parties formed a government.
In September 2014 David Cameron confessed he would have resigned if the vote in Scotland had been for independence.”
However, Cameron is likely stay on in an acting capacity until a new party leader is chosen by the membership, which may take several months. The successful candidate is likely to be someone who supported Brexit, and there may be pressure for the new leader, and prime minister, to call a general election.
“Following a vote for Brexit, parliament must decide what EU law it intends to preserve, what should be modified and what should be repealed,” said Bogdanor. “Brexiters might argue that this exercise is best carried out by those who believe in it, rather than by the pro-EU majority in the present House of Commons.”
Meanwhile, the prime minister is expected to immediately apply the article 50 procedure, which allows two years for talks, to terminate the UK’s membership and begin negotiations on the institutional and financial provisions of the separation. When agreement is reached, it must be passed in the Council of Ministers by qualified majority vote as well as in the European parliament and in the Commons and the Lords. The UK would then negotiate a separate deal to cover trading arrangements with the EU. That would require national ratification in every member state.
A vote to leave the EU might put pressure on Jeremy Corbyn, who some have criticised for what they see as half-hearted support for the Remain campaign. While it is unlikely that the Labour party’s membership would support a coup, one shadow cabinet minister said a vote in favour of Brexit could prove to be as damaging to Labour in England and Wales as the Scottish referendum was to the party north of the border.
“It would mark the moment at which the Labour vote ignored the party,” the MP said. “It will be a breach from the party, and millions of voters, especially in the north, will go elsewhere, maybe to Ukip, maybe to a new-look Conservative party.”

If Britain votes Leave

Tuesday 14 June 2016

what is A B C in palestine

Learn more about Palestine What do you mean the division of areas of the West Bank into A B C                                                                                                                                                      Area A is under full control of the Palestinian Authority and consists primarily of urban Palestinian areas.Area B is under Palestinian civil control and shared Palestinian and Israeli security control and includes the vast majority of the Palestinian rural areas.Area C is under full Israeli control. Palestinian agencies are responsible for education and healthcare


CADFA will be holding an iftar at the beautiful Calthorpe Project, open to all -home-cooked food and entertainment in the garden if the weather is good or inside if it isn't. Come along and enjoy an evening that will fundraise for CADFA and also celebrate the achievements of the CADFA volunteers! Doors open 8.30.

On 25th June, welcome everybody

Antonio's opinion about CADFA

Antonio Maniscalao Studied Culinary Science in New York Working a trained chef  Member of several Human Rights Organizations
And an active member of CADFA 
On Tuesday 14th June, When I asked him about CADFA , its goals, activities, volunteering and membership, and he is Message, he replied  :

CADFA works to promote awareness about the human rights situation in Palestine. Their goals are promising. So

  • I think they could have more youth activities.
  • Their work and commitment could improve.
  • There are much more the next generation of Palestinians could do and should do.
  • Well so far I feel that as a member of CADFA I've contributed very little, I've not been given the opportunity to contribute as much as I would like
  • Palestinian youths should be able to be more active in the promotion and activities that could lead the state of Palestine to their independence
  • Palestinian youths should have a much broader range of educational opportunities, and it is through them that the information should go out to schools and colleges.
And finally, I think CADFA should focus more in creating opportunity abroad for Palestinians youth's by putting them in contact with local institutions to allow them to explore the world .

Thursday 9 June 2016

Weather in London

Weather in London, no one can anticipate what will happen after 5 minutes,The weather is beautiful and in less than seconds it turns from sunny to rainy,That's what has happened to me in the last two days. I was sitting in sunny weather just like any other people in London who all come out to enjoy the sun. It turned rainy for more than half an hour and then the sun came back. This is my story with the weather in London.

Tuesday 7 June 2016

First Ramadan me outside Palestine

There are some differences between Ramadan in Palestine and in Britain.
Fasting here is for 19 hours and  in Palestine is 17.5 hours
My area does not feel like we are in Ramadan.
Usually we always meet everyone and after breakfast go out with friends in Palestine.
But here in UK  it is not the same .