British PM tries to rescue their settler colonial entity


The United Kingdom’s Prime Minister Rishi Sunak is the latest to visit the Israeli settler colonial entity as it seeks to rescue them from Al Aqsa Flood. An unprecedented operation launched by the Palestinian resistance for the liberation of their land and the safeguarding of Islamic and Christian sanctities.

Sunak says he hopes that his conversations with Zionist Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and President Isaac Herzog will be productive.

Britain is the one that gave rise to the settler entity in the 1948 through the Balfour Declaration. The 1917 declaration promised Zionist organisations that the British government will facilitate the creation of a future state “Israel”. It meant the massacring of thousands of Palestinians, and the expulsion of millions of others from their country in the Middle East. Zionist gangs were part of these crimes.


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