NGO Monitor: HRW report 'strips away context of terror'

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December 19, 2010 12:28

 
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NGO Monitor on Sunday said that Human Rights Watch's most recent report "strips away the context of Arab terror and substitutes inflammatory rhetoric and baseless accusations, falsely turning a political conflict into one of racial hostility by using the "separate but unequal" language from the American civil rights movement."

The 166-page report was released on Sunday.

"We also note that the timing of this report coincides with the Arab League campaign to undermine the peace process by exploiting UN framework," the NGO Monitor statement added.

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