LFI director Michael Rubin: How a Labour Government could advance peace in the Middle East

LFI director Michael Rubin has written the below article for JewishNews. Click here to read the original.

Amid the horror in Israel and Gaza over the past seven months, there have been few causes for hope and optimism.

While President …

LFI publishes Civil Society and a New Israeli-Palestinian Peace Process: An Agenda for a Labour Government


  • Since 7 October, Israelis and Palestinians have seen catastrophic violence and injustice, eclipsing the already bleak precedents

LFI Statement on the ongoing war between Israel and Hamas

Since Hamas’ brutal and savage attack on Israeli civilians on 7 October, Israel’s has sought to defend its citizens by dismantling the terror group’s military and political infrastructure in Gaza. 

It has the right and duty to do so, and,

Analysis: Gaza war enters new phase as Netanyahu rejects permanent reoccupation

The conflict in Gaza between Israel and the Hamas terror group will on Sunday reach one hundred days since the 7 October attacks.

On the ground:

  • Israel’s leadership has indicated a shift in its military campaign against Hamas, moving from

LFI vice-chair Cat McKinnell raises Israel’s security and two state solution

At today’s Urgent Question on the Israel-Hamas War in the House of Commons, LFI parliamentary supporter Catherine McKinnell MP asked the Minister what steps the UK is pursuing with international partners to ensure the security of Israel and to allow …

LFI chair Steve McCabe’s speech to LFI’s 2023 Annual Lunch

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Chief Rabbi, Ambassador Hotovely, friends.   


It is my pleasure to welcome you to the Labour Friends of Israel Annual Lunch.   


And a warm welcome to our friends from the Abraham Accords countries.  


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