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UN Security Council waiting outcome of RSL civil war

The hostilities that have broken out between the Trustees and Fellows of the Royal Society of Literature are yet more consequences of the Israel-Gaza conflict. The UN Security Council is thought to be extremely concerned about this outbreak and is watching closely before deciding on any proposals.

A number of Fellows are angry that the publication of the in-house magazine RSL Review was pulled before it went to print. Many feel that it was because it contained an article referring to the ‘Israeli war machine’. A number of the Fellows have written stern letters and asked the RSL to refer itself to the Charity Commission which it has done.

So far the war has been very civil. The UN is thought to be sending a special representative and will be watching the outcome closely.

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