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Conservative Friends of Palestine

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Conservative Friends of Palestine (CFoP) is a grassroots organisation dedicated to advancing the rights of Palestinians by fostering pro-Palestinian sentiment within the British Conservative Party and among Conservative voters.[1] Key standpoints include acknowledging the reality on the ground within Israel and the Occupied Territories and advancing long-term solutions based on principles of equality and justice. They actively oppose all form all forms of racism, including anti-Palestinian racism and antisemitism.


In 1989, at the Conservative Party Conference in Blackpool, 'Conservative Friends of Palestine' was originally founded. The guest of honour was Faisal Oweida, PLO's representative in London.[2]

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  1. Oborne, Peter (1 June 2021). "How Britain's Conservatives became unconditional supporters of Israel". Middle East Eye. Retrieved 5 June 2021.
  2. Kochan, Lionel; Kochan, Miriam (1 Jan 1991). "The American Jewish Year Book, Vol. 91, 1991 (pp. 245-259)". American Jewish Committee; Springer. Retrieved 5 June 2021.

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