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Zionism - History
... in a resolution that "we consider ourselves no longer a nation, but a religious community and we therefore expect neither a return to Palestine, nor a sacrificial ... In 1922, the League of Nations adopted the declaration in the Mandate it gave to Britain The Mandatory (…) will secure the establishment of the Jewish national ... The Holocaust united much of the rest of world Jewry behind the Zionist project ...
Talal Abu-Ghazaleh - Selected Chairmanships
... Chairman, Business Action to Support the Information Society (BASIS), International Chamber of Commerce (ICC),Paris - France (2006–2008) ... Chairman, Advisory Committee on Internet Governance, United Nations Information and Communication Technologies Task Force (UN ICT TF), New York – USA (2003–2004) ... Chair, Commission on E-Business, Information Technologies and Telecoms, International Chamber of Commerce(ICC), Paris – France (2001–2008) ...
The Holocaust And The United Nations Outreach Programme - United Nations Information Centres
... The Holocaust and the United Nations Outreach Programme provides the global network of United Nations Information Centres Services (UNIS) and Offices (UNOs) in over 60 countries with guidelines on ... Every year, the United Nations Information Centres observe the International Day of Commemoration with civil society groups and government representatives ...

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