Will that organisation be an "Israel Bash society?" wonders a commenter on that post.
That, I suppose, depends on the correct answers to the questions posed in Jeremiah Chapter 13 verse 23.
If that commenter is a betting man, he might want to consider these latest posts from Sizer:
The above initiative appears to be the brainchild of the Palestine Return Centre (you can see its poster directly behind event chairperson Baroness Tonge's head). (She has since parted company from the Lib Dems over her chairing this event: see here.)
From the Palestine Return Centre's website:
The Palestinian Return Centre (PRC) invites you to the House of Lords to discuss the Launch of the Balfour Apology Campaign: Time to Say Sorry
The Palestinian Return Centre is hosting an event inside the UK Parliament a week ahead of the 99th anniversary of the Balfour Declaration which will be on November 2nd. The Balfour Declaration, which had no basis of legal authority, promised the establishment of a Jewish state in Palestine, where the indigenous Palestinians amounted to 90% of the total population.
After the Balfour Declaration Palestine became the victim of colonialism and Britain’s legacy is still evident today as Palestinians continue to be denied the right to self-determination and suffer from living under military occupation or as refugees. As the 100th year since the Balfour declaration approaches, the Palestinian Return Centre has decided to re-launch its campaign which started in 2013 called Balfour Apology Campaign which asks the UK Government to officially apologies for its past colonial crimes in Palestine.
Committee Room 2a, Houses of Parliament
Tuesday 25th of October at 7pm
Hosted and chaired by Baroness Jenny Tonge
Panel Includes Professor Manuel Hassassian, Ambassador of the Palestinian Mission to the UK
Betty Hunter, Honorary President of Palestine Solidarity Campaign
"Britain's legal and moral obligation"
Karl Sabbagh, Historian and Writer
"How successive British governments fell in love with Zionism, until it was too late"
Majed Al-Zeer, President of the Palestinian Return Centre
See footage here"On the Balfour Apology Campaign"
(Update: Eyewitness account by David Collier here)
Balfour Apology Campaign's Facebook page is here
And Sizer's take on things? Some hints below.
(Incidentally, Dr Shambrook is "historical consultant" to the Balfour Project, with which the vicar has been involved and which, as will be seen from the link, is holding an event at Southwark Cathedral on 5 November.)
Not "spot on" but "same spots on", I'd say.
Update: Sequel to this present post here