San Remo

On April 27, 2010, European Coalition for Israel hosted the 90th anniversary of the signing of the San Remo Resolution, which paved the way for the creation of the modern State of Israel. Since that date, we have continued to provide educational resources about the legal foundations of the State of Israel based on the San Remo Declaration of 1920 and the Mandate for Palestine of 1922.

In order for you to have better understanding of the importance of the San Remo declaration for modern State of Israel and to be effective in advocating for Israel’s legal rights, we have decided to provide you with these resources to better comprehend the legal position of Israel as it relates to international law.

San Remo 100

Please watch the broadcast sent live from Jerusalem on Sunday 26 April 2020, commemorating the 100th anniversary of the San Remo Resolution. The programme includes historical flashbacks and speeches from experts and world leaders.

Please read: Summary of the significance of the San Remo Resolution, written by Dr Emilie Noteboom.

Give peace a chance

“Give Peace a Chance”  is a 15 minute documentary about the long hidden document of the classified minutes from the San Remo Peace Conference of April 1920 which still defines the legal rights under international law of the Jews as well as the Arabs.

Chris Mitchell, CBN journalist, explains the establishment of the Jewish homeland in these two short videos:

1920 San Remo Resolution 94th Anniversary – Mael Benoliel for i24news (French version) 2014:

Legal Foundations

The European Coalition for Israel initiated the research that led to the writing of Cynthia Wallace’s book. This book is a compelling explanation of Israel’s legal rights under international law; it gives insight on issues of utmost importance regarding Israel’s legal right in the region.

For everyone who donates 30 euro or more to ECI, we will send this book. Please email us to info@ec4i.org and include your postal address.

Words about the book

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