Video goes viral: 2.5 million worldwide view UN Watch director’s challenge to Arab regimes: “Where Are Your Jews?”

  GENEVA, March 30, 2017 — Tonight Israel’s i24News TV will interview UN Watch executive director Hillel Neuer about the video of his U.N. clash last week with Arab regimes which is now going viral on social media and the blogosphere, viewed more than 2.5 million times worldwide on Facebook and …

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Nachdem UN-Generalsekretär Antonió Guterres einen von einer nur aus arabischen Staaten bestehenden UN-Kommission erstellten Bericht, in dem Israel „Apartheid“ vorgeworfen wurde, zurückgewiesen hat, fand am 20. März eine Sitzung des Menschenrechtsrats statt, an der laut Tagesordnungspunkt 7 wieder einmal …

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Following is from the U.N. Human Rights Council debate, held under the agenda item targeting Israel, March 20, 2017 Click here for YouTube video PLO:  “Israel has used the worst kinds of abuse, ethnic cleansing and imposing a regime of apartheid.” Qatar: “Israel continues to exercise apartheid …

UN Watch interrupted by Cuba, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, China, Bolivia, UAE, Iran, Bangladesh, Venezuela

  GENEVA, March 20, 2017 – Cuba, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, China, Bolivia, UAE, Iran, Bangladesh, and Venezuela today attempted to silence UN human rights council testimony by the head of UN Watch, a Geneva-based human rights non-governmental organization, after he criticized or called for the removal of …

Venezuela fails to silence UN Watch for exposing abuses

Item 3: General debate Statement by UN Watch Delivered by Ms. Sabrina Zeloof Human Rights Council, 33rd Session 16 September 2016   UN Watch Speaker: Thank you, Mr. President. The members of this Council have been mandated by the international community to protect victims of human rights violations around the …

This Council must bring to an end the abuses of the Government of Burundi

Statement by UN Watch Item 10 General Debate UNHRC 32nd Session, 30 June 2016 Delivered by Mr. David Lando Thank you, Mr. President. UN Watch strongly condemns the Government of Burundi for its gross and systematic violations of human rights. The President of the Burundi Senate, speaking last November about how …

Sri Lanka’s progress not a replacement for justice and accountability

Statement by UN Watch General Debate – Item 2 UNHRC 32nd Session, 29 June 2016 Delivered by Ms. Maia Dombey d Thank you, Mr. President. UN Watch welcomes the progress made by the Sri Lankan government since resolution 30/1 was adopted in October 2015. However, we take this opportunity to stress the …