Jake Wallis Simons
|Jake Wallis Simons|
Jake Wallis Simons is a novelist, journalist and broadcaster who is currently employed as Associate Global Editor at Mail Online and, as a foreign affairs reporter and commentator, he has contributed previously to publications such as The Times, The Guardian, BBC Radio 4, and The Daily Telegraph.
Educated at St Peter's College, Oxford, Jake Wallis Simons holds a PhD in Creative Writing from the University of East Anglia, and has published award-winning novels, including "The Exiled Times of a Tibetan Jew" and "The English German Girl". As ‘Jake Simons’, he is the author of a thriller about the Mossad "The Pure".
EU 'breaking international law'
In February 2015, Jake Wallis Simons wrote a Mail Online article asserting that the European Union is 'breaking international law by funding illegal West Bank building projects'. A critic called the article highly tendentious because it failed to state that the legal “authority” it quoted, Alan Baker, is himself an illegal settler.
|Document:I Go to Stand My Trial||Blog post||2 November 2017||Craig Murray||The Trial starts on Tuesday 7 November at the Royal Courts of Justice in the Strand, High Court Queen’s Bench Division, and lasts for two or three days. By the time I come back online the Tories will have appointed their next Disgraced Former Defence Secretary in Waiting.|
|Document:President Abbas’ Rebuke to Theresa May over Palestine||blog post||24 September 2017||Craig Murray||The ignored part of the Balfour Declaration to which Abbas referred is of course: “It being clearly understood that nothing shall be done which may prejudice the civil and religious rights of existing non-Jewish communities in Palestine.”|