Chris Doyle

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"He has travelled to nearly every country in the Middle East. He has organised and accompanied numerous British Parliamentary delegations to Arab countries. Most recently he took Parliamentary delegations to the West Bank in November 2010 and November 2008, he accompanied a delegation including Edward Davey MP, the Liberal Democrat Foreign Affairs Spokesman, to Israel and the West Bank...In 2003, he observed the elections to the Kuwait National Assembly. Chris is also a Committee member of the International Coordinating Network on Palestine affiliated to the United Nations. On 29th November 2005, Chris addressed the United Nations on the occasion of the International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinians. His statement was delivered on behalf of the International Coordinating Network on Palestine. He urged members of the UN General Assembly to increase their efforts to establish a meaningful peace process with the aim of creating a viable Palestine state on the territory occupied in 1967.

"Chris writes for a number of journals about the region and was the UK correspondent for Middle East International covering all aspects of the British relationship with the Middle East. He also researched and wrote an educational pamphlet that accompanied John Pilger's documentary "Palestine is Still the Issue". He was a Visiting Lecturer at St. Mary's College, University of Surrey, lecturing on religion in the Middle East. He was also Chair of Friends of Birzeit University (but remains a Trustee), a former trustee of Medical Aid for Palestinians and the Coordinator of the Joint Committee for Palestine. He is also a member of the Royal Institute for International Affairs." [1]


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  1. Arab-British Understanding Chris Doyle, organizational web page, accessed May 26, 2013.