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SUICIDE BOMBERS IN ISRAEL

EDM (Early Day Motion) 1595A1: tabled on 10 July 2002

Tabled in the 2001-02 session.

This motion has been signed by 40 Members. It is an amendment to an existing motion.

As this motion is using historical data, we may not have the record of the original ordering, in which case signatories are listed alphabetically.

This is an amendment to an existing motion

This motion was originally tabled by Mrs Louise Ellman on 09 July 2002. This is amendment number 1.

View details of the original motion

Suggested amendment

to leave out after 'car bombers' to end and add 'and that over 1,500 Palestinians have been killed by Israeli forces since October 2000; recognises that Jews, Muslims and Christians have all been victims of outrages committed both by Israelis and by Palestinians; and resolves to redouble its efforts to bring both sides of the conflict back to the negotiating table to achieve a just and durable peace on the basis of United Nations resolutions calling for an end to the occupation, peace and security for the state of Israel, a viable Palestinian state and justice for the refugees.'.

Original motion text

That this House condemns the suicide bombers as the enemies of peace; notes that the first suicide bombing in Israel took place on 13th April 1994 when the Oslo Peace Process was ongoing; further notes that since 1994, 422 Israelis have been murdered by suicide and car bombers; and recognises that Jews, Muslims and Christians have all been victims of these terrorist outrages.

The first 6 Members who have signed to support the motion are the sponsors. The primary sponsor is generally the person who tabled the motion and has responsibility for it. The date shown is when the Member signed the motion.

In addition to the sponsors, the following Members have signed to support the motion.

Calton, Mrs Patsy
Liberal Democrat
Signed on 24 September 2002
Cheadle
Caton, Mr Martin
Labour
Signed on 16 July 2002
Gower
Clwyd, Ann
Labour
Signed on 10 July 2002
Cynon Valley
Cohen, Harry
Labour
Signed on 15 July 2002
Leyton and Wanstead
Cryer, Mrs Ann
Labour
Signed on 23 July 2002
Keighley
Daisley, Mr Paul
Labour
Signed on 24 September 2002
Brent East
Dean, Mrs Janet
Labour
Signed on 18 July 2002
Burton
Etherington, Bill
Labour
Signed on 16 July 2002
Sunderland North
Gerrard, Mr Neil
Labour
Signed on 11 July 2002
Walthamstow
Gibson, Dr Ian
Labour
Signed on 11 July 2002
Norwich North
Godsiff, Mr Roger
Labour
Signed on 18 July 2002
Birmingham, Sparkbrook and Small Heath
Green, Matthew
Liberal Democrat
Signed on 17 July 2002
Ludlow
Hall, Patrick
Labour
Signed on 15 July 2002
Bedford
Hamilton, Mr David
Labour
Signed on 16 July 2002
Midlothian
Hopkins, Kelvin
Labour
Signed on 17 July 2002
Luton North
Iddon, Dr Brian
Labour
Signed on 10 July 2002
Bolton South East
Jackson, Glenda
Labour
Signed on 11 July 2002
Hampstead and Highgate
Jones, Lynne
Labour
Signed on 10 July 2002
Birmingham, Selly Oak
Jones, Mr Nigel
Liberal Democrat
Signed on 17 July 2002
Cheltenham
Knight, Jim
Labour
Signed on 11 July 2002
South Dorset
Lepper, David
Labour
Signed on 11 July 2002
Brighton, Pavilion
Lucas, Ian
Labour
Signed on 16 July 2002
Wrexham
Mahmood, Mr Khalid
Labour
Signed on 10 July 2002
Birmingham, Perry Barr
Marris, Rob
Labour
Signed on 23 July 2002
Wolverhampton South West
McDonnell, John
Labour
Signed on 15 July 2002
Hayes and Harlington
McKechin, Ann
Labour
Signed on 17 July 2002
Glasgow, Maryhill
McNamara, Mr Kevin
Labour
Signed on 11 July 2002
Kingston upon Hull North
Price, Adam
Plaid Cymru
Signed on 17 July 2002
Carmarthen East and Dinefwr
Sarwar, Mr Mohammad
Labour
Signed on 15 October 2002
Glasgow, Govan
Shipley, Ms Debra
Labour
Signed on 17 July 2002
Stourbridge
Simpson, Alan
Labour
Signed on 22 July 2002
Nottingham South
Thomas, Mr Simon
Plaid Cymru
Signed on 16 July 2002
Ceredigion
Tonge, Dr Jenny
Liberal Democrat
Signed on 18 July 2002
Richmond Park
Wareing, Mr Robert N.
Labour
Signed on 16 July 2002
Liverpool, West Derby

There are no withdrawn signatures for this amendment.