In Sunak’s fight for PM, Palestinians are collateral damage

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In a Q&A session with members of the lobby group Conservative Friends of Israel two weeks ago, Tory leadership candidate and former Chancellor Rishi Sunak was asked whether he – as a potential next prime minister – will recognise Jerusalem as Israel’s capital. Sitting straight with shoulders back and head held up, he quickly responded thatJerusalem is “indisputably” Israel’s “historic capital,” and that there is a “very strong case” for the UK to move the British Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. “Indisputably,” “historic,” and “very strong case” are all utterances that ooze fluency and con…

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