Caabu, the Council for Arab-British Understanding Print

Keywords: Europe, UK, english, Arab world, Islam, social cohesion, peace.

Caabu is a British organizatin that believes the need for mutual understanding and sympathy between the people of Britain and the people of the Arab world was never more vital than at the present time. Britain and the Arabs have a long tradition of mutual respect and friendship; they have much to admire in each other's way of life and the principles to which both peoples adhere.

Caabu have sympathy for the aspirations, achievements and rights of the Arab peoples, especially the Arabs of Palestine, for whose administration Britain was responsible until 1948, and whose case must not be permitted to go by default. In a changing world, British opinion can contribute much to relieving the tensions and causes of distress in the Middle East by demonstrating understanding and a concern for justice, and by urging appropriate action.