Video: “Why is the U.N. defining Judaism as a war crime?”

Why is the U.N. defining Judaism as a war crime? 37th Session of the U.N. Human Rights Council March 2018 Click here for YouTube The UN Human Rights Council wrapped up it main session of the year by condemning Israel in five resolutions and seven reports. Click here for more. Addressing the Council, UN rights …

Britain’s Stiffening Spine Against UNHRC’s Anti-Israel Bigotry

Britain switched another of its votes during the annual UN Human Rights Council assault on Israel, switching from Abstain to No on one of the five resolutions. In last year’s March 2017 session, Britain exercised its first No vote in recent years — on an absurd resolution condemning Israel for violating …

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UNHRC’s Assault on Israel – 37th Session, March 2018 The UN Human Rights Council’s main 2018 session concluded on Friday, March 23rd, with 1 resolution on North Korea, 1 on Iran, 2 on Syria, and 5 on Israel. These five resolutions criticize Israel only, and make no mention of abuses by Hamas or the …

Farce: Meet 2018 Membership of U.N. Human Rights Council

  Meet the 2018 membership of the U.N. Human Rights Council, elected by the United Nations with the mandate to “uphold the highest standards in the promotion and protection of human rights“: Democratic Republic of Congo Expertise in human rights: President remains in power in violation of constitution as …

UN Watch Report: Electing the 2018-2020 Members of the U.N. Human Rights Council

ELECTING THE 2018-2020 MEMBERS OF THE U.N. HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL Ahead of the Human Rights Council elections by the General Assembly at United Nations Headquarters, New York, October 16, 2017 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY This report evaluates the country candidates for the October 16, 2017 election of 15 new members to the …

Absurd: Malaysia a candidate for top UN rights body, despite suppression of dissent and lack of religious freedom

Malaysia’s candidacy for the UN Human Rights Council is absurd, as it fails to meet the basic membership criteria. See full UN Watch report on candidates here.   Malaysia’s Human Rights Record Malaysia commits serious human rights violations, including: Persecution of LGBT Corporal punishment allowed …

Outrage: U.N. elects Nigeria to top rights body, despite massacres, torture and forced evictions

Nigeria should not have been elected to the UN Human Rights Council, as it fails to meet the basic membership criteria. See full UN Watch report on candidates here. Nigeria’s Human Rights Record Nigeria commits serious human rights violations, including: Extrajudicial killings Disappearances Torture Rape …

DR Congo elected to top U.N. rights body, despite widespread human rights violations

The Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) should not have been elected to the UN Human Rights Council today, as it fails to meet the basic membership criteria. See full UN Watch report on candidates here. Democratic Republic of Congo’s (DRC) Human Rights Record DRC commits serious human rights violations, …

Angola elected to top U.N. rights body, despite gross violations and massive corruption

Angola should not have been elected to the UN Human Rights Council today, as it fails to meet the basic membership criteria. See full UN Watch report on candidates here. Angola’s Human Rights Record Angola commits serious human rights violations, including: Torture Cruel, inhuman or degrading punishment …

Outrage: U.N. elects Qatar to top rights body, despite worker abuses and finance of terror

Qatar should not have been elected to the UN Human Rights Council today, as it fails to meet the basic membership criteria. See full UN Watch report on candidates here. Qatar’s Human Rights Record Qatar commits serious human rights violations, including: Support for terrorist organizations Inability of citizens …