PSNA welcomes government support for Masafer Yatta and Palestinian human rights organisations


PSNA is welcoming the government speaking out publicly in support of Palestinians facing ethnic cleansing in Masafer Yatta and vicious attacks on Palestinian human rights organisations.

In the last couple of days, the New Zealand Ambassador to the Occupied Palestinian Territories, Greg Lewis, has issued two tweets in support of Palestinian human rights.


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The tweets are here:

“For a long time we have been critical of the government in failing to speak out in support of Palestinians suffering under Israel’s racist apartheid policies”, says PSNA National Chair John Minto. “We are delighted to be able to speak out in support today”

“We hope this will lead to the government holding Israel to account for breaches in international human rights law and United Nations resolutions”


  1. Fat chance that our govt would hold ‘Apartheid Israel’ to anything remembering Israel is the only democracy in the M.E!? At least with a boneheaded throat slitting country like Saudi Arabia I prefer the original name ‘Hijaz’ doesn’t deny its brutality as an authoritarian monarch unlike ‘Apartheid Israel’

    • A ‘democracy’ that doesn’t give the actual legitimate residents of Palestine, the nation your favorite criminal gang squats on, any rights, and regularly tortures and murders them? OK buddy.

      Funny how you try to divert things to the Saud regime, which everyone knows was put in place by zionists because the Sauds agreed to sell out their religion and their fellow Arabs.

  2. Greg lewis is NOT an ‘ambassador’ to Palestine. His title is Special Representative to the PA. (No mention of genocidal, jihadist thugs Hamas who run The Strip.) NZ does not recognise any ‘Palestinian state’. Masafer Yatta is in Area C, Judea/Samaria, controlled by Israel under the Oslo Accords, so they can do what they like with it.

  3. “the New Zealand Ambassador to the Occupied Palestinian Territories, Greg Lewis”

    The who? To what now exactly? Sounds like a sinecure for something that doesn’t exist.

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