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Manuel Hassassian

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The Palestinian Return Centre

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The Palestinian Return Centre

100H Crown House, North Circular Road

London, Greater London,NW10 7PN

United Kingdom

Company Description

The Palestinian Return Centre is an independent consultancy focusing on the historical, political and legal aspects of the Palestinian Refugees. The organization offers expert advice to various actors and agencies on the question of Palestinian Refugees within...more

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Fathom - Manuel Hassassian and Raphael Cohen-Almagor

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> Articles by: Manuel Hassassian and Raphael Cohen-Almagor
Manuel Hassassian and Raphael Cohen-Almagor His Excellency Ambassador Manuel Hassassian is the PLO ambassador to the UK. He was a consultant to UNESCO, the Palestinian Negotiating Team on Refugee Final Settlement, and Minister of State Affairs - Head of the Jerusalem File. Professor Hassassian received his PhD in Comparative Politics from University of Cincinnati, and was President of the Rectors' Conference of the Palestinian Ministry of Higher Education, and President of the Palestinian-European-American Cooperation in Education (PEACE) programme. Manuel Hassassian and Raphael Cohen-Almagor's articles By Manuel Hassassian and Raphael Cohen-Almagor


Balfour An Apology? - Facilitate Global

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Professor Manuel Hassassian Ambassador of the Palestinian Mission to the UK was ill 'though not seriously' did not attend.


Ramallah August 2009 - About the WAC InterCongress in Ramallah

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Manuel Hassassian
Ambassador of the Palestinian General Delegation to the United Kingdom Prof. Manuel Hassassian is a Professor of International Politics and Relations. Between 1996-2006 Professor Hassassian served as the Executive Vice President of Bethlehem University. In November 2005 Prof. Hassassian was assigned as the Ambassador of the Palestinian General Delegation to the United Kingdom. His areas of specialization are: comparative politics with emphasis on Middle East politics and Armenian nationalist movement and political theory. He published extensively in both areas, and his latest books are: Palestine: Factionalism In the National Movement 1919-1939 and The Historical Evolution of the Armenian Question and the Conflict over Nagorno Karabagh, Citizenship in the Middle East published by Syracuse University Press (2000). He also published in academic journals on the PLO, the peace process, democracy and elections, refugees and civil society in Palestine. Professor Hassassian is a member of the editorial board of the Arab Political Science Journal as well as the Palestine-Israel Journal, in addition he was editor in chief of Bethlehem University Journal. Professor Hassassian is a board member of the Center of Non-Violence in Palestine, he is a also member of the Arab Association for Human Rights. Professor Hassassian was appointed by the PA as General Secretary of the Bethlehem District Elections commission 1996. Professor Hassassian is the head of the Jerusalem Task Force in the Negotiations Affairs department. He is the President of the Rectors' Conference at the Palestinian Ministry of Higher Education. He is also the president of the Palestinian/European Academic Cooperation in Education (PEACE) since 2001.


Friends of Sabeel UK - contact us

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Manuel Hassassian, head of the Palestinian Delegation to the UK


Palestinian Ambassador gives talk - News - Felix Online

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Imperial College was host last week to Manuel Hassassian, the Palestinian Authority's diplomatic representative to the UK, following reactions to a talk with the Israeli ambassador Mark Regev back in January (Dr. Hassassian does not have the rank of ambassador as the UK does not presently recognize Palestine as a sovereign state).
The format of the event was essentially the same to Regev's visit, with Hassassian giving a half hour opening talk before initiating a discussion and taking questions from the floor. In his opening monologue, Hassassian spoke about the current state of the conflict, how he felt that there was currently "no light at the end of the tunnel", and how negotiations were essentially non existent. His talk covered everything from the involvement of the United Nations in the peace process and the resolutions that they have passed, to criticisms of the United States' handling of their role as the "broker of peace". Unlike the Israeli Ambassador's talk which was shrouded in secrecy, Hassassian's visit was advertised well in advance Hassassian also touched on President Trump's meeting earlier last week with Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas, referring to it as merely "lip service", and questioned if Trump even knew "the difference between a two-state and one-state solution". Hassassian pointed out that the situation wasn't quite like "buying real estate in Las Vegas". Trump didn't take home the award of Hassassian's "Most Failed President in US History" though, that honour was awarded to Barack Obama, who the ambassador felt had accomplished next to nothing in the conflict. Trump didn't take home the award of Hassassian's "Most Failed President in US History" though, that honour was awarded to Barack Obama Despite criticisms, Hassassian seemed to be a firm believer that peace negotiations via international bodies (UN, US Government etc.) were the only way forward and that "Palestinians cannot liberate Palestine by firearms". This faith in external mediation was contrasted by his frustration towards international bodies which he feels have done very little to end the conflict. "[Palestine and Israel today are] stuck between the historically inevitable and the politically impossible," Hassassian said, and later added his doubts about the prospect of a two-state solution. Following Hassassian's opening speech, the questions section produced heated and emotional discussion from the audience and Hassassian alike, and the topics of the Palestinian Authority Martyrs Fund, the UN, and the effectiveness of the PLO (Palestinian Liberation Organisation) were discussed amongst other things.


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