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Iran Becomes Member of Durban II Inner Drafting Circle

EYEontheUN reports that Iran has become a member of the “Group of Friends of the Chair”, an informal group of states charged with taking the first steps towards producing a Durban II manifesto. Anne Bayefsky, Editor of EYEontheUN says: “the travesty of Durban II as a vehicle for getting serious about combating racism is more… Keep Reading

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Promoting the Al Dura Myth: The Role of Amnesty and HRW

Promoting critical debate and accountability of Human Rights NGOs in the Arab Israeli Conflict. Via NGO Monitor: The French court’s dismissal of the libel case brought by France 2 TV, in response to evidence that the death of Muhammad al-Dura was staged, has increased the examination of the NGO campaigns that propelled this issue. The… Keep Reading

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UN Human Rights Council: Petition Against UN Incitement to Terrorism

More evidence of human rights frauds as of June 16, 2008: www.EYEontheUN.org Petition Presented Against UN Incitement to Terrorism A UN report to the Human Rights Council by Special Rapporteur John Dugard disregards international legal standards against terrorism and excuses the killing of innocents. We call upon the United Nations to withdraw this discreditable report… Keep Reading

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Adalah: Abusing “Civil Rights” to Delegitimize Israel

From NGO Monitor: Funded by the New Israel Fund, the Ford Foundation, and a number of European governments, Adalah: The Legal Center for Arab Minority Rights in Israel claims to be an “independent” organization that promotes “civil and political rights” for the Arab minority in Israel. However NGO Monitor’s detailed analysis shows that Adalah is… Keep Reading

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Response to Nicolas Kristof´s op-ed “The Two Israels”

A Letter to the Editor of the New York Times, from Gerald Steinberg, Executive Director of NGO Monitor: In his oped, Nicolas Kristof (June 22, “The Two Israels”) illustrates the danger of the “halo effect” that surrounds many powerful non-governmental organizations, which use distorted human rights claims to promote ideological agendas. While otherwise very professional… Keep Reading

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