This week in MENA

Summary: the ever-increasing danger of dust storms, Iraq’s marshlands dying, a Lebanese journalist jailed, Foreign Office fall-out from a piece of anti-BDS legislation, a Palestinian family evicted from their East Jerusalem home and Black African migrants targeted in Tunisia.

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  1. Re “Michael Gove to ban councils from boycotting Israeli goods” (https://www.telegraph.co.uk/politics/2023/06/17/michael-gove-bans-council-boycotts-israeli-goods/), at almost the same time, it was announced that “Gove’s department hands back £1.9bn meant to tackle England’s housing crisis” (https://www.theguardian.com/society/2023/jul/12/gove-department-hands-back-19bn-meant-tackle-england-housing-crisis) Perhaps if Gove got on with what he was appointed to deliver for the people of United Kingdom (not the Likud), this country would be in a better situation.

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